Accepting your call to the mission field is a remarkably rewarding experience, but it doesn’t come without its worries. First time travelers and experienced ones alike express concerns and fears about spending a week in a country where you aren’t familiar with the language, culture, and mores. These apprehensions are normal and thankfully they are oftentimes short lived.
Once teams members set out for their first day working in the communities they are warmly greeted, embraced, and welcomed. When you see the smiles and love emanating from children and adults that you’ve never met, and feel the pending joy of friendships forged, all of your doubts, fears, and worries seem to roll away.
You soon come to understand that in Honduras and Nicaragua you’re always welcome.