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  1. As a Honduran, I want to ask you to forgive us for these uncomfortable experiences you have had in my Country. I am embarassed and ashamed. I do hope these kind of experiences will challenge you -and especially me- to do something to change them through getting the hearts of the people.

    I was born in extreme poverty, and lived in extreme poverty for 30 years, until I went to the wonderful USA for the first time in 1987. I only stayed there for six weeks -not knowing the English Language-, but something happened to me in observing the American people and the way they live and do things; I started learning from them, and now I -and my family- live dedicated to serve the Honduran people where we live (Zambrano) and wherever we go to. I THANK GOD FOR AMERICAN PEOPLE and for what they have done for me. Now I can say this: If God could do it with me, HE CAN DO IT WITH 8 MILLION HONDURANS! Praise the Lord!

    Luis Sorto

  2. Your testimony and faith in God is a powerful witness, Luis. God bless you with everything you need to serve your people.

  3. I would love to talk with Alice about how to do the best possible job teaching these precious ones. (I’ll be there on May 18) Please feel free to forward my email address to her. Thanks!

  4. Hello

    Es muy bueno ver que se esta ayudando a la gente pobre de Colon, conosco a esa muchacha y si se merece la yuda que le dieron y ojala huviera mas oportunidades para ayudar a mas muchachas y muchachos pobres de esta zona. tambien felicito a los de Misiones del Agua por hacer este tipo de actividades, buscando ayudas de todo tipo para la gente necesitada de este departamento.


  5. Good choice of reading material, Zuelmi! Helen Keller’s story is inspirational for us all, especially her breakthrough in language. I can’t wait to talk with you again.

  6. Thank you Carol! Nice to have plenty of clean water!

  7. That is flippin’ awesome and it should serve the family well. What a great idea.

  8. what type/brand of vehicles do you use down there? I know there are times that aggressive off-raod vehicles would come in handy.

  9. Do you ship containers of goods from the States? Or do you load up and make the long, long haul down through Mexico? I have been shipping containers of Toyota Land Cruisers from Japan to USA and am familiar with the process. Maybe I can be of some kind of service to you all.

    Stuart =o)

  10. Love these ladies, so brave and beautiful!

  11. Hi My friend Mo from DC, told us about the need for laptops in our young souls list serve. I would like to donate my old laptop.

    Best regards,


  12. Hello,
    Is it possible to donate a used mattress to your project from the Pittsburgh, PA area? If so, I will keep the Leadership Center in mind when I buy a new mattress.

  13. Keep up the great work! Janet and I miss you, Juan Carlos. Un abrazo para ti, Duglas!

  14. I can’t wait to actually be there and meet these wonderful people! Thanks for the opportunity to be able to be a part of this amazing ministry to the world.

  15. I think more than anything this is an incentmidt of the peer review system. Of course authors are incentivized to do this kind of thing. Most people expect the peer review process to weed this junk out. Clearly peer review didn’t work. It happens in physical sciences too; I saw it many many times during my PhD days. There’s just too much free and easy money funding professors who need to get published and publishers who need to publish to sell journals to university libraries that need to buy journals to keep somebody (professors?) happy. Or maybe it’s that university libraries need to be able to boast about how many things they have on the shelves in their halls (real or virtual).