Our final day of serving the wonderful people of Honduras was spent on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa in Ciudad Espana. We helped prepare the Juan Wesley School for the first day of classes. 

Our team divided into three groups to maximize our benefit. Mike and Nate ran electrical service to a new computer lab. 

Adam and Mark performed concrete replacement on the sports court. 

Bill, Bruce, Howard and Jason painted a classroom. Sorry the blog writer was not able to enter the studio of these artisans for photographs. 

We enjoyed a home cooked lunch with sponsor kids from the school and their families. At the end of our work day we walked to the refurbished city park. Needless to say, the eight white men walking the streets drew some attention and we were able to interact with some youth from the community. 

The day came to a fitting end for a men’s trip with a dinner that consisted of four kinds of meat in an all you can eat format. Meat sweats rained down. Our leader, Bill , was serenaded sweetly by the sweet sounds of a mariachi band to end our evening. 

We are getting packed to leave these consistent 80 degree days for the chill of KC, but we look forward to being home tomorrow. 

It has been a wonderful week serving God and the people of Honduras while also spreading the Chiefs Kingdom.