December 11, 2014
Dear friends of Breaking Chains,
As 2014 draws to a close and we reflect on all that has happened this past year, we cannot help but be reminded of God’s continual grace and faithfulness. We are grateful for the way the Lord continues to watch over the ministry in Tegucigalpa, and we are humbled to have friends like you stand alongside us.
This year, thanks to God’s provision and your support, Breaking Chains enrolled 13 children in different school opportunities and cheered as seven teenagers and young adults completed another level of their respective educations. We watched as our church congregation began forming leaders and growing into a Spirit-led family, and we rejoiced at the hiring of a BC youth minister to focus on our teens and street outreach. Additionally, we again witnessed the body of Christ in motion as our Honduran family and our visiting U.S. volunteers formed meaningful relationships and ministered to one another.
As we look toward 2015, we hope that God guides our steps to continue being ambassadors of His love, hope and grace. With your support, our goals include finding higher education opportunities for our eligible teenagers and helping the young adults and families our ministry serves connect to stable work and living avenues. We also aim to continue fostering spiritual growth among our church family and street outreach efforts.
As you seek to bless others through your year-end giving, we ask that you please keep Breaking Chains in mind. Your tax-deductible donations will be instrumental in supporting our ministry’s mission and continuing to create more opportunities like those mentioned above.
If you wish to contribute, you may do so online here. You may also send check donations to our U.S. mailing address at P.O. Box 20454 Oklahoma City, OK 73156.
We cannot say thank you enough for your continued support of Breaking Chains. We pray God’s richest blessings on you this holiday season, and we look forward to sharing another year of ministry with you.
The Breaking Chains Honduras team