Little Eduardo is 8 years old. Tiny, quiet, and so stinkin’ adorable. Society says he’s at a “perfectly acceptable” age to be sent to the street by himself to beg during the day while Mom waits for him in the … Continue reading

Little Eduardo is 8 years old. Tiny, quiet, and so stinkin’ adorable. Society says he’s at a “perfectly acceptable” age to be sent to the street by himself to beg during the day while Mom waits for him in the … Continue reading

And now we’ve arrived at part three of my Wilmer trilogy.   (Where is part one and two, you ask?  Aqui and aqui.) Here is a small sample of the phrases I’ve been hearing every since that day he first gave me a ring: God is so good, Jenny. Have you been praying?  He’s faithful and…

Honduras is full of children. It’s also full of bananas, churches, and coffee plantations. But these are not the things that draw attention worldwide.  It’s the children. The homeless children on the street, the abandoned children in overcrowded homes waiting to be adopted.  The surrendered children in children’s homes whose parents cannot provide a home […]

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