Bowie Team

Why Honduras?

 

Because God said so.  God has called us to minister as active disciples of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in Honduras.  When God calls you to do something, you DO it! 
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Feed My Sheep

One Flock: Sheep & Shepherd

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The “Feed My Sheep” team works in and around the mountain community of Yorito, Yoro, Honduras. We are currently the only AHMEN team traveling to this area; we’d like to see that change. With this in mind, we participate in several ministries ~ future teams could easily join. No matter the project, we strive to make a long­term positive impact in the villages we serve. In a sense, we are all both sheep and shepherds, and as our name implies, the “sheep” need feeding.

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Rio Team

AHMEN's “River of Living Water” or “Río de Agua Viva” team has an educational focus. Some of us are teachers, but the majority of us are not. We are doctors, nurses, teachers, preachers, entrepreneurs, businessmen, scientists, gardeners, butchers, bakers, and candlestick makers. Anyone is welcome to join who has a willingness to share their skills and make friends with communities in Honduras.

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 De La Montaña Al Mar

AHMEN's “De La Montaña Al Mar” or “From the Mountain to the Sea” team is a joint medical brigade and educational team. We are doctors, nurses, physician assistants, teachers, and good ol' everyday volunteers. We are committed to bringing medical care to the mountain communities of La Esperanza and work with the children and teachers at Utila's public elementary school.

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La Moskitia

"It is time once again to begin planning for the Spring 2015 AHMEN Medical Team to
venture to Gracias a Dios.  This will be the sixth time we have taken a medical team
into this remote area of Honduras. "

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International Medical Conference

"It is time once again to begin planning for the Spring 2015 AHMEN Medical Team to
venture to Gracias a Dios.  This will be the sixth time we have taken a medical team
into this remote area of Honduras. "