Thursday night, while making the hour trip back to the hotel, we had the unfortunate experience to hit a dog with the van. (a black dog, on a black road, on a black night, and he was laying in the road) We found that we had done damage to the front of the van. Here in Honduras, there is no such thing as rental insurance on your vehicles. We knew that the rental agency would overcharge for a repair, so Bro. Geinrre made 2 trips to Tegucigalpa to order a part, and then repair the van. Our dear friend, Bro. Omar, was our source of knowledge for this, and he was able to get us a part and the repair for a very reasonable sum. It was an unexpected expense, but a very common issue here with the bad roads and unique driving.We were thankful to get it taken care of so easily. While Bro. Geinrre was doing this today, we had a youth service at Bro. Misael's church. Some of their young people and some of the girls were able to share their hearts. Bro. Rigo did an excellent job of interpreting in Bro. Geinrre's absence.
Tomorrow will be our last full day here. We plan to spend some time packing in the morning. It was a pleasant surprise to us tonight as Bro. Misael announced that some of his people were being baptized tomorrow afternoon! We are excited to be a part of this special time with his people. We will have our final service with them tomorrow evening. We hope that Bro. Omar and Bro. Cristian's family will be able to join us for the service.We met Bro. Cristian and Sis. Carolina at a mall for just a few minutes, and we would love to have more time with them tomorrow.
We are so confident that the work here is the will of God. We know that this message is not for everyone. We know that not all who hear will follow. But for those who have an ear to hear, the future is bright with the promises of God.
Thank you once again for all who have helped in monetary support, prayer support, and caring for the needs of the Roanoke assembly in our absence. We are a many membered Body, and we are thankful for what each part has done to further the Kingdom of God in Honduras.