It's been 12 years in the making, and now 13 strangers from varied backgrounds will be forever united after making a commitment to help the poorest of the poor in Honduras. The group decided to put words into action, and fund a home building project after traveling with Food For The Poor on its first mission trip to the Central American country in early April.
"I was at my happiest on this trip when we as a group were doing something to help the people," said Jeanne Johnson, a volunteer from Kansas. "I was so pleased that we actually got to do projects instead of driving past the people and observing from afar."
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