‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house 

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouseRead the rest of this entry »

A tradition for over 40 years the PAHS Children – young & old – look forward to hand-coloring Christmas cards to send to our supporters each year end. Read the rest of this entry »

Last week little Sulme was admitted to our nutritional rehab center, Read the rest of this entry »

Our Tech school gave a display of patriotism and joy celebrating Honduras 193 years of independence with a beautiful parade, Read the rest of this entry »

Our Kids Celebrated the Honduras’ Independence Day with a beautiful parade, full of color,lights and fireworks. Read the rest of this entry »

The Sperro Group had a busy week, they helped with the construction of the new Clinic/Admin building, helped painting the new Rehab Center and the girls’ Dorm, and spent some quality time with the children and teens from our homes, their time shared in our campus was a great experience not only for them but to our children, Thank You to each member of the Sperro Mission Team!


We welcomed new friends from Toronto, Canada this weekend. TheSperro Group, led by Greg O’Rio, is here to help with the construction projects on campus. They’ve also brought many much-needed items for our children. Thank you friends!

Sperro Mission Team

Our vocational school received a donation of computers through Project Honduran Child which were acquired by Jerry & Ruth Wolgemuth from Computer Ministries of Pennsylvania. These will be used for teaching computer science skills to students in vocational training at the Dr. Stephen Youngberg Technical Vocational School, an outreach of Pan American Health Service, Inc. in Peña Blanca, Honduras.


We welcome Nelby, a 5 year old little girl from the community of La virtud, she suffer from malnutrition, parasites and anemia, please pray for her recovery so she can go back to her loving family.

Nelby

Today we welcomed William, a tiny boy 13 moths of age weighing 5.5 Kg (12 lb. ).  Accompanied by his grandmother, William — suffering from third degree malnutrition — was brought to our campus by the county health authorities. His health is fragile, however we are confident that with the tender loving care, medications and with God’s blessing, William is on a solid path to recovering his health. We look forward to seeing his first smile!



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PO Box 888
Keene, Texas 76059

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