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Short-Term Missionaries Arrive in Hunduras

Sometimes feeling like giving up, Steven and Candace Day were reminded that they had to continue fighting for the calling God had placed on their lives, even during the stressful process of getting ready to arrive on the field.

The Days attended the National Assembly in Siguatepeque, although they had to leave early because the hosting pastor’s sister passed away. The pastor is also recovering from a surgery a few months ago to remove three of his toes. He’s about 80 percent recovered, but once he’s well, the Days will hit the ground running in the Western Territory.

In the meantime, the Days are learning Spanish and serving within the local church. Steven and Candace are eager to lay the groundwork for projects that will help the pastors who are living in extreme poverty.

A lawyer in Honduras was working on their residency, but dropped the ball so the Days were unable to obtain their papers within the 90-day window. They are trying to get that resolved.

Although the Days have been hit hard with the port process and trying to get established, they affirm they will not quit! God is working His plan in a way where only He can receive the glory!

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