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Praying for Honduras

Praying for our friends in Honduras right now

Bob. What can we do? Hector Aguilar?

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I would appreciate your prayers. Hurricane ETA hit Honduras and because of the enormous amount of rainfall, the rivers are out of their banks and the higher elevation dams are having to release water due to them reaching critical levels. There are 1000s of people who are still stranded and having to be rescued while the number of rescuers and equipment is limited.

Héctor and Maria have been able to help many people with the schools being used as evacuation centers in the higher elevations. The San Pedro airport is flooded all the way to El Progresso. Many of the small communities we have previously held medical missions are underwater (El Banano, Guadelupe).

Paso y Paso and the NTM building in San Manuel is being used as a shelter for a number of families and doctors. Our tent is up at the school to help provide food. Many roads have limited passability and with the supply lines impacted, food and essentials will quickly be running in short supply. This is clearly a humanitarian crisis.

North Texas Missions has been answering the call as we have been providing food to 200 families each month as a result of a Covid. We are now working to assist with food for the families currently displaced.

If you feel led to help, you can access our website and donate. Every dollar raised will go directly to help provide food and shelter. Above all thank you for your prayers!

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“God is not unjust; He will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped His people and continue to help them.”
- Hebrews 6:10

The quarantine in response to Covid-19 has disrupted the globe. In countries of affluence it has been a struggle, but in countries already on the brink of economic instability and fighting through recession, poverty, and poor health care conditions, the quarantine is a desperate sacrifice to avoid the unthinkable.

Throughout the month of April, NTM has been in contact with our field agents in Honduras. They have reported measures such as a national curfew and closed borders. Major industries such as textile manufacturing have ceased, and in just week 2 of the quarantine over 16,000 families have been out of work and without insurance.

Our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ in Honduras are experiencing this global pandemic in a much different way than us in America. In response to their prayers we have provided food for over 200 families consisting of only basic necessities such as: beans, rice, and pasta. With the conditions continuing to worsen, we are providing the second round of support for the month of May.

While our Mission trip was cancelled this year, your support of North Texas Missions has enabled us to provide the needed help to those who are most vulnerable.

"Our desire is not that others might be relieved while you are hard pressed, but that there might be equality. At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need. The goal is equality, as it is written: “The one who gathered much did not have too much, and the one who gathered little did not have too little.”
- 2 Corinthians 8:13-15

Thank you for your support and please keep God's family in your prayers for emotional and more importantly spiritual support as we persevere through this together.

God Bless,
Bob Johnson
NTM President
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“God is not unjust; He will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped His people and continue to help them.”
- Hebrews 6:10

The quarantine in response to Covid-19 has disrupted the globe.  In countries of affluence it has been a struggle, but in countries already on the brink of economic instability and fighting through recession, poverty, and poor health care conditions, the quarantine is a desperate sacrifice to avoid the unthinkable. 

Throughout the month of April, NTM has been in contact with our field agents in Honduras.  They have reported measures such as a national curfew and closed borders.  Major industries such as textile manufacturing have ceased, and in just week 2 of the quarantine over 16,000 families have been out of work and without insurance.  

Our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ in Honduras are experiencing this global pandemic in a much different way than us in America.  In response to their prayers we have provided food for over 200 families consisting of only basic necessities such as: beans, rice, and pasta.  With the conditions continuing to worsen, we are providing the second round of support for the month of May.  

While our Mission trip was cancelled this year, your support of North Texas Missions has enabled us to provide the needed help to those who are most vulnerable.  

Our desire is not that others might be relieved while you are hard pressed, but that there might be equality.  At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need. The goal is equality, as it is written: “The one who gathered much did not have too much, and the one who gathered little did not have too little.”
- 2 Corinthians 8:13-15 

Thank you for your support and please keep Gods family in your prayers for emotional and more importantly spiritual support as we persevere through this together.   

God Bless,
Bob Johnson
NTM President 
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Around this time of year, and over the last decade, we have been getting prepared to go up the mountains hosting the NTM MedTeam. This year is singular, as y'all know. We are staying down, In the safety of the valley. And had time to share with our very own family. It has been a great opportunity to share, and pray, and appreciate our loved ones. But also, as this Pandemic goes around, we have noticed hundreds of families that are in desperate need of the very basics, like food! It has been with the permanent support of Bob and NTM, and with a group of volunteers, that we have had the opportunity to help relief some of those needs. Those of you who had been in Honduras know, first hand, that our people would have NO Opportunity to stand against this Pandemic and the Famine that is trailing behind it. So, from the very bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU. Thanks for not forgetting HONDURAS.

Any word from Hector Aguilar?

Thank you so much for your support to The Voluntary Humanitarian Aid Team. We really appreciate your donation of 25 pounds of sugar and 50 pounds of rice. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 With your donation and the support of other community actors, our team have reached to the date 26 families, providing them with food provisions. We thank to you and the rest of all the local donors.

 

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