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J A S O N M AY I N H O N D U R A S

N E W S A N D U P DAT E S J U LY

2010

Dear Friends,    I hope everything is going well with you. We are currently in the middle of our summer break from school here at Rancho Ebenezer, but I’m excited to tell you about some changes with my job, and some future plans. As you might remember, the past two semesters I’ve been very busy as a part time teacher, part time house parent, and part time media specialist (WGO newsletters and video projects). While this has been manageable, and I have a great team of people here that have been helping me, I’m excited that this coming semester I’ll be cutting back on some responsibilities and will be more focused.    When school starts the first week of August, I’ll only be teaching one class (High School Bible), in addition to primary chapel and secondary chapel. This will allow me to work in other areas with more excellence. More details will follow in the next newsletter, but I’m hoping to develop our chapel services to be more effective while implementing some other programs that can serve the spiritual needs of the families here on the ranch. The photos you see on this page are of each family that has ministry children. These children and families are the people that God has called me to minister to through bible classes, chapels, and other programs. Please continue to be in prayer for this ministry and our growth.    In addition, I’ve also began teaching on occasion at my church in Tegucigalpa, where the boys and I go. We are a very small congregation, but God is doing some great things in that community as well. Please pray for our church, and for my teaching.    Recently, I’ve also been thinking about my future plans and where God might be leading me. My work here with WGO is by far the most difficult thing I’ve ever done, and by far the best thing. This is because I have never been challenged as I am here, and I have never grown closer to the Lord than I have here. Sometimes God has difficult work for us, but that difficulty can have a great result. With that, I’ve decided to extend my commitment with WGO until the two remaining teenagers in my house graduate from Rancho Ebenezer, this will be in November of 2012.    I’ve considered this very prayerfully and am confident that God still has a great deal of work for me here. As always I am very grateful for all of you and your encouragement, prayers, emails, letters and financial support. None of my work would be possible without this incredible stateside team that God has provided me. So I ask that you please continue to be a crucial part of my team. I would love to hear from all you, via email if possible. Thanks and God bless.

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