I have been to Honduras 8 times so far. One time with a different organization and the rest with HTH. If I have anything to say about their ministry, it’s that they just get it. I truly believe they do things the way Jesus would do them if He were walking the streets of El Progresso today. It’s all about relationships with people and walking through life with them in order to show them who Jesus really is. Each person who comes on a trip plays a vital role in their plan to build relationships and love on people. You may think, “oh, I’m just kicking a soccer ball with José.” But really you’re making a connection with José and his family and helping plant to seeds where they may not have been planted before. HTH serves a lot of people, but there is no way they could talk to every single person on their own— that’s why they need you. When I went to Honduras for the first time, my life felt kind of broken. Things weren’t going the way I had planned, and I was honestly just kind of confused and frustrated with God. But through a random opportunity to go on a trip to this country that I had honestly never even heard of, I saw that God had a way bigger plan for me than anything I could have ever planned for myself. Since then, I met Brad and Cristy and fell in love with their ministry; I get to be a sponsor to the coolest little human I have ever met; and I have gotten to serve and serve with some of the best people I know. They love the people in Honduras so sincerely and so intentionally. Serving with HTH is one of my favorite things I get to do, and I will continue to serve with them and be one of their biggest cheerleaders for as long as God will let me.