Our first year in Honduras proved to be 8 days of incredible challenges. Cultural and language barriers were the hardest at first. We do not spend any time worrying about such things in our mission. Most of the time we realize we are all the same. Our struggles may have a different appearance at first glance, but then we realize what we have in common. The struggle. What we learn is the common solution to overcoming what ever the struggle is. Our power within to fight the good fight. We realize there is a lot of good in this world and it is worth fighting for. We understand God is not mythical. We embrace our free will and we understand the plan God has for us is simply do good in the face of evil. To recognize our struggle within so we can recognize the struggles of humanity. We go to God for strength, never to blame. We do not waste our time with pity or shame. We simply decide to embrace humanity for the good of humanity. This is the key. We develop each other so we can find the common thread of God's love. Loving one another as we are loved. We are not saviors. We are simply mission workers, not just In Honduras or Kentucky. We are mission workers each moment of the day for the good of humanity. Each simple smile. Each act of kindness. Each time we understand one another. We are all part of the same mission. You and me. Thank God for that.