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Journal

Reflections on 15 years of hope

Lori Connell

15 years has passed so quickly!!  As I reflect on what is behind me I remain as passionate and committed to the women of Honduras as I ever have….maybe more.  My love for this work comes from a deep place of love and faith. It is forever a part of me.  

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Gracias A Dios

Lori Connell

Ask a Honduran how they are doing, inevitably they will answer with some version of “very well, thanks be to God.”  I love that they readily acknowledge that God is the One who is to be thanked for their well being.

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They come for hope.

Lori Connell

Every one of us has the ability to defend the poor and needy. Every face is unique, but the heart and soul inside share the same need for hope. It is a universal quest God placed deep inside each of us.

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Speak Up

Lori Connell

Through the years we have seen that given the opportunity, the women we employ and educate will use their newly earned resources to educate their children.  Simply put - education changes lives.  Education helps the helpless speak up for themselves.

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Looking Back

Lori Connell

Fifteen years seemed like a life time when I was fifteen. I remember my grandparents talking about how fast time passed. Time didn’t feel fast to me. 

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It's Who We Are

Lori Connell

I believe God has many great opportunities waiting for us - the family of Mi Esperanza in 2017. We are celebrating our fifteenth year of empowering women by providing educational opportunities they would not have had access to. Changing their lives, our lives and the future generations of the women of Honduras.  

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