Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Back From Honduras and the MAMA Project Trip

I'm back! :) But I had a great time in Honduras with the MAMA Project medical clinics and playing with the children in those communities. In everyone of the four communities in which we conducted medical clinics, the children were great and loved it when we spent time with them playing soccer, baseball, marbles, or just going for walks and talking. Below is a picture of children from the Gracias a Dios community of San Pedro Sula - perhaps one of the happiest communities I visited.


I plan to share more of my activities and pictures from the trip as I get the opportunity. And be sure to click on the picture to get a more perfect view.

8 comments:

RubySoho said...

I love their faces of joy. Their smiles are contagious. Great shot!

San Nakji said...

Welcome back. I am glad you had a good time!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, rubysoho. And your right, their joy, their smiles are contagious.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, san nakji. It is good to be welcomed back. And it is good to connect with you and my other blogger friends again. But I wouldn't have missed this experience with the MAMA Project medical clinics in Honduras for the world either. :)

Zanne said...

How exciting! I love the people in Central America. I've found them to be industrious and I'm sure they were thankful for your efforts.

We support a young boy at a mission in Haiti. Members from our church mission group visit there once a year to work on projects. You've inspired me to see about doing the trip.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, zanne. I'm glad my reporting about my Honduras trip is an inspiration for you. And I thorough encourage you to do a working trip like I did. It is a blessing both to the giver and the receiver. It is also good to hear of your supporting a young boy at a mission in Haiti.

Ma Beck said...

Welcome back, Tim!
It looks like your trip was fruitful!
The faces of those children are precious and priceless.

Tim Rice said...

Hi ma beck. Thanks for your welcome. The trip was fruitful. The best part of it was my spending time with the kids. They really appreciated our eagerness to connect with them. And they reciprocated many times over.