Archive for September, 2010

Our ministry are dependent on your prayers for
our very survival in being able to do the work that the Lord has called us to
do for Him on the Island of Roatan.

Part of our work is to pray for all the saints in
our church and their needs. But you are welcome to share with us any prayer
needs, please let us know so that we can offer them before the throne of our
Lord Jesus Christ on your behalf.

Thank you very much for take the time before
Jesus to pray for our ministry and family.

This is the confidence we have in approaching God: That if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. 15 And if we know that he
hears us—whatever we ask—we know that we have what we asked of him.

1 John 5:14-15


For your Prayers:

We are very grateful to God for your prayers and financial support, as part of God’s plan for the church in Roatan. 

Please continue to pray for:

  1. Continued prayer support as we plan our home deputation time, especially the travelling around.
  2. Continued financial support for the next years as we continue to serve the Lord on Roatán, Honduras.
  3. The ongoing construction in Coxen Hole. Pray for the remaining installation stages: walls to be stuccoed, and cement concrete for the floor and ceramic tiles.
  4. Our congregations: St. Peter by the Sea in Brick Bay, and Emmanuel in Coxen Hole.
  5. For youth leadership, that God will provide someone to minister to and guide the young people.
  6. Short term mission teams who plan to come to Roatán in the near future from Canada. A team from Port Perry, Ontario in 2019.
  7. Spiritual and practical outreach in the local communities.
  8. Kara, who was selected with another Priest to represent the Diocese of Honduras at an event in the USA. This is to work on a three-year program for youth ministry in our Province, which includes Honduras, Ecuador, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic.
  9. For Leadership for the Church in Roatán. Especially for those ones that was trained as a Sunday School Teachers and helpers.
  10. The Episcopal Church in Honduras, for the process toward self-sufficiency by the end of 2019.
  11. For the Spiritual Revival, with the visit of our Primate, Bishop Michael Curry from the USA Episcopal Church and the gathering of the all Episcopal Church of Honduras.

Thank you to all who have faithfully prayed and faithfully given to support this incredible work of ministering to the people in our congregations. Matthew 25:40: “Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Your prayers and continued support enable us to continue touching people’s lives with Jesus’ love.

May God continue to richly bless you.

Empowering the Church

Learning, Growing and Serving

Nelson and Kara Mejia



“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7:14

May God Continue to Bless You.


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The Independence Day of Hondurus is celebrated on 15th September.Honduras got independence in 1821.Before that it was governed as part of New Spain. It had been fighting for the independence  of a Central American Federation for a long days.In Hondurus this day is celebrated enthusiastically.The flag is raised across the country. Schools and colleges remain closed  for the celebrations and children participate whole-heartedly in music making, dancing and marching.

Our son Stephen participate in the parade, marching, on september 13th.

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Children Day in Roatan, Episcopal Church
Children day is a big celebration in Honduras, Churches, Schools and others organisations celebrated children day. As a church every year celebrated this occasion with a Piñata, lunch, candies, games and much more. The kids was very happy braking the piñata and they always expect some think for this time of the year.
We want to show you some pictures of our children day celebration and I hope you will enjoy it.
Pray for the children in Honduras, especially for education.
Blessings to every One…

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Posted: September 7, 2010 in Uncategorized

“Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God”. (John 1:12).

We were in a sense, orphans and Jesus felt compassion for us because we were “helpless”, like sheep without a shepherd. When we were lost and confused in our sin, He came into our lives and adopted us.

Being a child of God means that we have Him to guide us, protect us and care for us, just as any good father does. It also means that we are transformed – as we spend time with our father, we adopt His holiness, His fierce kindness, His love and His nature. There is no greater power, right, privilege than that which has made us sons of God, spiritual adopted into God’s family and conformed to His image. You have received ability by believing and accepting the work of Jesus Christ into your life. You are a member of the strongest family on earth, you are now a member of the most influential family on earth. The Kingdoms of men respond and respects the verdict of this family that you are now a member of. God is not just God and Saviour but your father, you can approach him from a family sense not just from a sinner and Saviour sense. He is your saviour and your loving Daddy. You have the right privileges as a child of God to access FATHER GOD. You are God’s kid.