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A Heart for Honduras

A Heart for Honduras

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to go on a mission trip? The life transformation that occurs in and through mission trip moments never ceases to amaze us.

Lisa Spotts shared this encouraging and inspiring story upon her return from a mission trip to Honduras:

“This was my first mission trip, I thought I knew what to expect—no, I didn’t. As a mother and gramma, I’ve always loved kids, but I didn’t expect the love they unconditionally gave to me. Those children were so loving and appreciative of anything, but mostly just of our time and attention.

We support the CarePoint in Soroguara, Honduras. We sponsor a set of twin boys and got to meet them, their family, and see their home—something I thought would never happen—to understand the real reason we need to sponsor these kids! We decided to sponsor another child, but it’s hard to decide, because now we know these children, physically know them!


Children’s Cup is an amazing organization—the way we communicate with the children and they with us! The staff, while we were in Honduras, were amazing! You can tell they love the Lord in the way they minister to the children and to us. We love all of them and pray for them!

I dreamed about my momma in heaven, and she told me, “Lisa, it’s not about the stuff.” This mission trip confirmed her words to me. No, life is not about the stuff. We are here to do God’s work, for Him, and for the Kingdom! Yes it changed our lives forever. We will be back every year. We left a piece of our hearts in Honduras!

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