In late March, we visited Choluteca Honduras to review progress on a few of the projects we have been involved in over the past 3 years. While we were there, we visited the tortilla factory, malnutrition clinic, a newly built bakery and some homes we’ve built for homeless people in conjunction with GCLA and King of Glory Church. To be honest, I was exhausted from the stress of work and was kind of reviewing projects as if they were engineering programs back home. However, one evening all of that changed when we were invited to an outdoor dinner in Limon with the local people of that village. There were Government officials and pastors from local churches, but most importantly, there were local families who lived and worshiped God in Limon, Honduras.