How to Overcome a Broken Heart through God’s Word of Truth What causes a broken heart

Many Hondurus women are abused or live in poverty because of government, etc.  Because of the abuse from husbands, many suffer from a broken heart.

Root problem areas causing broken heart:

  • The broken heart of childhood – the sins of the father
  • Broken heart from husbands being unfaithful
  • Negative expectations and dreams broken & bitter root judgment
  • inner vows and judgments
  • chronic personal sins
  • Spiritual, emotional and physical abuse yourself or witnessing including sexual abuse
  • Unexpected losses (jobs, homes, family members, etc.)
  • Natural disasters

This is to ask yourself

  • Do you have areas in your life that are often attacked by the enemy?
  • Do you have areas in your life that causes you to lose faith, hope and love?
  • What situations in life disturb your heart?
  • Do you have a hard time staying strong every day?  One day strong in faith and the next day not!
  • Your walk with the Lord is stagnet!

Luke 4:18 – God sent Jesus to heal us

“The spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he anointed me to preach the Gospel to the poor.  He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set free those who are downtrodden, to proclaim the favorable year of the Lord.”

Jesus healed all kinds of diseases and demonic oppression:

  • possessed by devils
  • feeble or paralyzed
  • ill with various diseases
  • tormented mentally
  • oppressed by the devil

Isaiah 53:3-5 “3He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not.

4Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted.

5But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.”

Jesus destroyed the works of the Devil.  He undesrstands our pain and suffering.  He suffered many things to connect with us.

  • Despised & rejected
  • mocked
  • falsely accused
  • suffered injustly
  • spit upon
  • exposed and naked
  • abused by religious authorities
  • Betrayed by his own people
  • Beatoned
  • Nailed
  • Hung up to die a painful death
Jesus came to heal the broken hearted

Jesus can relate to your life issues and abuse.  He came to earth to set you free from all issues of life either emotionally, physically spiritually, etc.

There are many different kinds of situations that can would our soul and spirit.  Some of these are death of a loved one, divorce, abortion, sexual, emotional & physical abuse, occult & satanic ritual abuse, violence, war, terror, abandonment, lack of love, emotional deprivation, illness, childlessness, disability, poverty, accidents, personal failures, dysfunctional families, rigid rules, etc.

Traumatic events and experiences leave negative, painful pictures in our mind.  Not only that, but negative and ungodly beliefs and lies are developed in how you view god, how you see yourself, etc. such as feelings of rejection and insecurities or not being good enough for God.

by: Traci Morin, Ordained Minister, Public Speaker, Writer, Missionary

Dear Partners of the NW Honduras Mission ,

I am leaving early in the morning (Thursday) to drive back to Texas from here in Honduras . Please pray for my safety and for favor at the border crossings as I cross from Honduras into Guatemala , Mexico , and then Texas .

Thank you so very much.

God bless you all,

Missionary James Young

In Honduras

Ministry to Women  Please meet Missionary Lindakae Tucker from California – Ministers in Hondurus

Lindakae Tucker has a powerful annointing to minister to hurting women. The Holy Spirit used her mightily to heal broken hearts, deliver and free women from the demonic forces that have plagued them.

The Women of Honduras

Many of the women in Honduras are hurting, because of the way they have tradionally been mistreated. Often they are treated as second class citizens and treated like dogs in some cases.

In addition many of the homes in Honduras are broken homes in which the woman and the children live alone, and the men abandoned their children for a younger prettier wife.

A  large percentage of marriages are partners in fornication, thus they are cursed. This fornication problem is especially prevalent in the mountains, the very poor and only $15.00 for a marriage license is just not available, or so they think.

The Holy Spirit is using the anointing that destroys the yoke of bondage to make a difference. In those churches where the annointing is strong, the Holy Spirit is touching hearts, and convicting partners to get married. One church recently had get married at one time.

She has a powerful annointing to minister to hurting women. The Holy Spirit is using her mightily to heal broken hearts, and deliver and free women from the demonic forces that have plagued them. Please meet Missionary Lindakae Tucker from California (Missionary Lyn as she was known in these photos.)

jQuery(document).ready(function($) { // We only want these styles applied when javascript is enabled $('.gal_content').css('display', 'block'); $('.thumnail_col').css('width', '181px'); // Initialize Advanced Galleriffic Gallery var gallery = $('#thumbs_777_1').galleriffic({ delay: 3500, numThumbs: 9, preloadAhead: 9, enableTopPager: 0, enableBottomPager: false, imageContainerSel: '#slideshow_777_1', controlsContainerSel: '#controls_777_1', captionContainerSel: '#caption_777_1', loadingContainerSel: '#loading_777_1', renderSSControls: true, renderNavControls: true, playLinkText: '', pauseLinkText: '', prevLinkText: '', nextLinkText: '', nextPageLinkText: '›', prevPageLinkText: '‹', enableHistory: 1, autoStart: 1, enableKeyboardNavigation: true, syncTransitions: 1, defaultTransitionDuration: 300, onTransitionOut: function(slide, caption, isSync, callback) { slide.fadeTo(this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync), 0.0, callback); caption.fadeTo(this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync), 0.0); }, onTransitionIn: function(slide, caption, isSync) { var duration = this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync); slide.fadeTo(duration, 1.0); // Position the caption at the bottom of the image and set its opacity var slideImage = slide.find('img'); caption.width(slideImage.width()) .css({ //'bottom' : Math.floor((slide.height() - slideImage.outerHeight()) / 2 - 40), 'top' : slideImage.outerHeight(), 'left' : Math.floor((slide.width() - slideImage.width()) / 2) + slideImage.outerWidth() - slideImage.width() }) .fadeTo(duration, 1.0); }, onPageTransitionOut: function(callback) { this.hide(); setTimeout(callback, 100); // wait a bit }, onPageTransitionIn: function() { var prevPageLink = this.find('a.prev').css('display', 'none'); var nextPageLink = this.find('a.next').css('display', 'none'); // Show appropriate next / prev page links if (this.displayedPage > 0) prevPageLink.css('display', 'block'); var lastPage = this.getNumPages() - 1; if (this.displayedPage < lastPage) nextPageLink.css('display', 'block'); this.fadeTo('fast', 1.0); } }); /**** Functions to support integration of galleriffic with the jquery.history plugin ****/ // PageLoad function // This function is called when: // 1. after calling $.historyInit(); // 2. after calling $.historyLoad(); // 3. after pushing Go Back button of a browser function pageload(hash) { // alert('pageload: ' + hash); // hash doesn't contain the first # character. if(hash) { $.galleriffic.gotoImage(hash); } else { gallery.gotoIndex(0); } } // Initialize history plugin. // The callback is called at once by present location.hash. $.historyInit(pageload, 'advanced.html'); // set onlick event for buttons using the jQuery 1.3 live method $('a[rel=history]').live('click', function(e) { if (e.button != 0) return true; var hash = this.href; hash = hash.replace(/^.*#/, ''); // moves to a new page. // pageload is called at once. $.historyLoad(hash); return false; }); /****************************************************************************************/ /**************** Event handlers for custom next / prev page links **********************/ gallery.find('a.prev').click(function(e) { gallery.previousPage(); e.preventDefault(); }); gallery.find('a.next').click(function(e) { gallery.nextPage(); e.preventDefault(); }); });

 

Honduras is one of several Latin American countries dealing with poverty.  Most of Honduras’s population is centered in the rural areas of the country. With the majority of the population of Honduras living in rural areas more than 75% fall below the national poverty line. Honduras stands out tremendously as the western hemisphere’s poorest country for several reasons. The main reason Honduras has such great poverty can be seen by its population growth, social, and economic situations. These are some of the main contributing factors relating to the explosive poverty in Honduras that we see today.

Some of the reasons:

  • Honduras has had tremendous population growth starting from the earliest part of this century. The population has been doubling about every 25 years in rural and urban areas. This provides very unique challenge for the Honduran government.
  • Most of the people work for the wealthy land owners who have taken advantage of the population and provide them little or no wage in return.
  • Another reason for the some of the rampant poverty is the lack of basic social infrastructure.
  • One of the basic ones needed is education. When traveling through the country side of some of these rural villages some schools are so far away. The children or adult would need to travel quite a distance to get there and back which is very expensive.  Most people cannot afford the basic 1-2 dollars a month it would take to send their children to school so most children never learn to read or write which limits there potential greatly.

People like, Missionary James Young, do many things to help they donate money, time and materials to help the Hondurians to have a better life such as teaching the Word of God.

James Young need your help!  If you are looking for a worthy charity to give, this would be it.  The need is great and James vision is huge and needs your help.  How can you help James tranform cities, transform lives an make life better.

Check out the City of Refuge Project

Current incentives to get large and small companies to locate in Honduras have attracted a large number of American companies, including Wrangler, Fruit of the Loom, and Maidenform. They are all located in free zone areas, which provides special benefits for export companies, such as:

* No import or export duties for material, equipment, or office supplies

* No income tax, no city tax, and no county tax.

* 100% repatriation of income.

* Minimal paperwork required to clear incoming or outgoing shipments.

Children partcipation in Wedding

jQuery(document).ready(function($) { // We only want these styles applied when javascript is enabled $('.gal_content').css('display', 'block'); $('.thumnail_col').css('width', '181px'); // Initialize Advanced Galleriffic Gallery var gallery = $('#thumbs_455_2').galleriffic({ delay: 3500, numThumbs: 9, preloadAhead: 9, enableTopPager: 0, enableBottomPager: false, imageContainerSel: '#slideshow_455_2', controlsContainerSel: '#controls_455_2', captionContainerSel: '#caption_455_2', loadingContainerSel: '#loading_455_2', renderSSControls: true, renderNavControls: true, playLinkText: '', pauseLinkText: '', prevLinkText: '', nextLinkText: '', nextPageLinkText: '›', prevPageLinkText: '‹', enableHistory: 1, autoStart: 1, enableKeyboardNavigation: true, syncTransitions: 1, defaultTransitionDuration: 300, onTransitionOut: function(slide, caption, isSync, callback) { slide.fadeTo(this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync), 0.0, callback); caption.fadeTo(this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync), 0.0); }, onTransitionIn: function(slide, caption, isSync) { var duration = this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync); slide.fadeTo(duration, 1.0); // Position the caption at the bottom of the image and set its opacity var slideImage = slide.find('img'); caption.width(slideImage.width()) .css({ //'bottom' : Math.floor((slide.height() - slideImage.outerHeight()) / 2 - 40), 'top' : slideImage.outerHeight(), 'left' : Math.floor((slide.width() - slideImage.width()) / 2) + slideImage.outerWidth() - slideImage.width() }) .fadeTo(duration, 1.0); }, onPageTransitionOut: function(callback) { this.hide(); setTimeout(callback, 100); // wait a bit }, onPageTransitionIn: function() { var prevPageLink = this.find('a.prev').css('display', 'none'); var nextPageLink = this.find('a.next').css('display', 'none'); // Show appropriate next / prev page links if (this.displayedPage > 0) prevPageLink.css('display', 'block'); var lastPage = this.getNumPages() - 1; if (this.displayedPage < lastPage) nextPageLink.css('display', 'block'); this.fadeTo('fast', 1.0); } }); /**** Functions to support integration of galleriffic with the jquery.history plugin ****/ // PageLoad function // This function is called when: // 1. after calling $.historyInit(); // 2. after calling $.historyLoad(); // 3. after pushing Go Back button of a browser function pageload(hash) { // alert('pageload: ' + hash); // hash doesn't contain the first # character. if(hash) { $.galleriffic.gotoImage(hash); } else { gallery.gotoIndex(0); } } // Initialize history plugin. // The callback is called at once by present location.hash. $.historyInit(pageload, 'advanced.html'); // set onlick event for buttons using the jQuery 1.3 live method $('a[rel=history]').live('click', function(e) { if (e.button != 0) return true; var hash = this.href; hash = hash.replace(/^.*#/, ''); // moves to a new page. // pageload is called at once. $.historyLoad(hash); return false; }); /****************************************************************************************/ /**************** Event handlers for custom next / prev page links **********************/ gallery.find('a.prev').click(function(e) { gallery.previousPage(); e.preventDefault(); }); gallery.find('a.next').click(function(e) { gallery.nextPage(); e.preventDefault(); }); });

The Children of Hondurus are precious and worth giving your time to these precious lives of Hondurus.

jQuery(document).ready(function($) { // We only want these styles applied when javascript is enabled $('.gal_content').css('display', 'block'); $('.thumnail_col').css('width', '181px'); // Initialize Advanced Galleriffic Gallery var gallery = $('#thumbs_449_3').galleriffic({ delay: 3500, numThumbs: 9, preloadAhead: 9, enableTopPager: 0, enableBottomPager: false, imageContainerSel: '#slideshow_449_3', controlsContainerSel: '#controls_449_3', captionContainerSel: '#caption_449_3', loadingContainerSel: '#loading_449_3', renderSSControls: true, renderNavControls: true, playLinkText: '', pauseLinkText: '', prevLinkText: '', nextLinkText: '', nextPageLinkText: '›', prevPageLinkText: '‹', enableHistory: 1, autoStart: 1, enableKeyboardNavigation: true, syncTransitions: 1, defaultTransitionDuration: 300, onTransitionOut: function(slide, caption, isSync, callback) { slide.fadeTo(this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync), 0.0, callback); caption.fadeTo(this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync), 0.0); }, onTransitionIn: function(slide, caption, isSync) { var duration = this.getDefaultTransitionDuration(isSync); slide.fadeTo(duration, 1.0); // Position the caption at the bottom of the image and set its opacity var slideImage = slide.find('img'); caption.width(slideImage.width()) .css({ //'bottom' : Math.floor((slide.height() - slideImage.outerHeight()) / 2 - 40), 'top' : slideImage.outerHeight(), 'left' : Math.floor((slide.width() - slideImage.width()) / 2) + slideImage.outerWidth() - slideImage.width() }) .fadeTo(duration, 1.0); }, onPageTransitionOut: function(callback) { this.hide(); setTimeout(callback, 100); // wait a bit }, onPageTransitionIn: function() { var prevPageLink = this.find('a.prev').css('display', 'none'); var nextPageLink = this.find('a.next').css('display', 'none'); // Show appropriate next / prev page links if (this.displayedPage > 0) prevPageLink.css('display', 'block'); var lastPage = this.getNumPages() - 1; if (this.displayedPage < lastPage) nextPageLink.css('display', 'block'); this.fadeTo('fast', 1.0); } }); /**** Functions to support integration of galleriffic with the jquery.history plugin ****/ // PageLoad function // This function is called when: // 1. after calling $.historyInit(); // 2. after calling $.historyLoad(); // 3. after pushing Go Back button of a browser function pageload(hash) { // alert('pageload: ' + hash); // hash doesn't contain the first # character. if(hash) { $.galleriffic.gotoImage(hash); } else { gallery.gotoIndex(0); } } // Initialize history plugin. // The callback is called at once by present location.hash. $.historyInit(pageload, 'advanced.html'); // set onlick event for buttons using the jQuery 1.3 live method $('a[rel=history]').live('click', function(e) { if (e.button != 0) return true; var hash = this.href; hash = hash.replace(/^.*#/, ''); // moves to a new page. // pageload is called at once. $.historyLoad(hash); return false; }); /****************************************************************************************/ /**************** Event handlers for custom next / prev page links **********************/ gallery.find('a.prev').click(function(e) { gallery.previousPage(); e.preventDefault(); }); gallery.find('a.next').click(function(e) { gallery.nextPage(); e.preventDefault(); }); });

 

Dear Supporters of the NW Honduras Mission: It is with great regret that I inform you of the temporary demise of Radio Pinaquil, 107.7 FM Stereo.  The license owner has taken over the station and is now renting it out to a commercial interest. Not to worry.  This is only a temporary setback, as the Lord (I believe) intends to provide a new piece of property, new building, new tower and antennas, new equipment and new studio with the latest equipment, for Lilly to get her own license, and run it independently of any non-Christian license owner.  The same goes for our local cable-based Christian TV station, which died a similar death recently. Please continue to pray for Sister Lilly and Christian Radio Pinaquil and Brother Jaime and Christian Channel 3. Both of these stations are a key part of the Lord’s vision for “The Valley of the King,” and He will provide. God bless you all, Missionary James Young Camalote.Quimistan, Santa Barbara, Honduras, Central America Global Networks Emergency Response (Tenn. and Ala.) and Mision Nacional Nueva Vida de Honduras cell no.:  011-504-9623-2584 PO Box 185 San Pedro Sula, Honduras, C.A.

Dear Partners of the NW Honduras Mission, 8/6/11

 Well, the healing is coming along, but it is very slow.  There is still some redness (indicating infection beneath the skin), some swelling, etc.  We are continuing to treat the infection with a local natural cure, but I also hope to go back on anti-biotic pills soon, which I hope will help out.  The “ulcer” or “lesion” as they call it on the front of my lower leg is slowly healing also, but they tell me it may take up to a year to heal completely.  We are on a regimin of cleaning and sanitizing it twice a day, and putting on antibiotic salve and a fresh bandage.  I am resting as much as possible with my leg raised on two pillows.

 It is just going to take time, I guess.  I wish I were not so impatient, but I am ready to be about the Lord’s business.  I am not used to so much “down time.”

 Please, please keep praying.  I feel like you are my lifeline out of this mess.

 God bless you all,

 Missionary James Young Camalote.Quimistan, Santa Barbara, Honduras, Central America Global Networks Emergency Response (Tenn. and Ala.) and Mision Nacional Nueva Vida de Honduras cell no.:  011-504-9623-2584 PO Box 185 San Pedro Sula, Honduras, C.A.

 Send donations to: Please send your check, made out to “Global Networks Emergency Response” with James Young in the memo field to:

Mision Nacional Nueva Vida c/o Global Networks Emergency Response Pastor Robert Y. Simpkins, Sr., Executive Director 3488 Barkers Mill Rd. Clarksville, TN 37042 globalnetworks@vipweb.net (931) 552-3595 (931) 431-9605

Mobile: (931) 624-9133 Fax: (931) 431-9626 www.meetinghumanneeds.org