McCanns in Honduras

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Team News

Above: Our new team website, Serving in Honduras.

We have a lot going on with our team lately and just wanted to send out a few updates.

Our teammates, the Pettengills, arrived in La Ceiba last month, and last week hosted our first short-term trip. The team was made up of doctors and nurses who worked in the local, public hospital as well as putting on a clinic in one of the poorer neighborhoods of La Ceiba. The week went great and was helpful in kicking off our ministry work in Honduras.

Also helpful in kicking off our work in our new team website. We all have individual sites/blogs, so this site is simply intended to introduce our team and ministry and be the starting point in learning about our ministry. The website is:

And lastly, we are excited to welcome some new members to our team. Three recent high school grads from the Boston area, Andy, Jamie, and Josh, will be joining us in Honduras as interns. They are taking a year off in between high school and college, so will be with us for a full school year. We are thrilled in have these new members and excited to see how we all work together in serving God in Honduars. You can see there website here.

(Both the team website and intern website have been added to our links if you want to keep tabs on them in the future.)


August 9, 2008 - Posted by | Honduras, Pettengills, Team

1 Comment »

  1. Sean:

    You do not know me, but I found out about your blog through the Shoemaker’s. My family and I moved to Albany, GA this past December and joined the staff at First Methodist. I have been reading your blog since February 13th.

    I would love to talk to you about the interns you have going down to Honduras. I have proposed that idea to my current seniors. Some thought I was crazy, others are really thinking about it, and as you can imagine there are a few parents who are not crazy about the idea or the fact that I verbalized it.

    My email is

    Talk to you soon,


    Comment by Joel Diaz | August 11, 2008 | Reply

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