My friend Kelly recently wrote a blog post that resonated with something that I’ve also been kicking around the last few weeks.  She starts the blog by asking whose fault it is that kids are in gangs?  The gang?  The parents? The lack of jobs? The lack of mentoring relationships?  Everyone’s pointing the finger at…

(Thirty minutes to get to Proniño then to the airport to pick up two team members who have never been to Honduras and don’t speak much Spanish.  No problem.) Hey Sarah!  I’ll be at Proniño in about 10 minutes.  Can you get the suitcases out of the office and be ready? (Five minutes later.) Oh,…

It started with a poem about love that needed to be memorized, but then turned into a discussion about overcrowded prisons.   This led to a debate about the rights of unconvicted criminals vs the rights of their alleged victims.   Finally, a miniature book on the laws regarding Honduran children was  brought out so…

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