When we met, we had the opportunity to spend time with each other. We started to realize that both of us were serving the Lord, and we started to know a little more of our personal experiences. I think we understood that there were many experiences that the Lord was using, and that we had the opportunity to dream about something together. We were not wrong. The Lord is never wrong, and he showed us that this is what he really wanted. In 2009, we felt the Lord was calling us to return to Honduras and start our ministry. By that time, there was a worldwide economic recession, and in Honduras a military coup. The country was in complete chaos; there was despair in the streets, and the country was in a very difficult conflict. We felt that God was calling us, and that it was necessary to obey the call at that exact time because that’s what we thought the Lord was saying. We obeyed the Lord, but there were some people who thought that because the country was going through a difficult moment, we should wait for a better time, but we did not want to wait. We were motivated to obey what the Lord put into our hearts. One of our greatest desires is to share with many brothers, sisters, and ministries that it is possible to see how God works— how the Lord is extending his hands, showing his love and mercy, and working in miraculous ways. In our experience and ministry, God has shown himself to us in ways we never imagined. We came to this country in a very difficult season, but God started to miraculously open doors for us. We started to receive support from our brothers and sisters, and churches and other ministries started to support us in one way or another. The ministry started to grow little by little. After we got to the community, we started talking with the leaders of the community. In the community of La Era, there was much willingness. The people were waiting for this moment to happen— for the celebration of Jubilee to begin, blessing the lives of young people and their families. We saw how the Lord opened doors in a very clear way. With your power and mercy, may we be set apart for you— to serve you and to glorify your name and to carry your powerful gospel to our homes and families. Samuel, how are you doing? I’m well, it’s good to see you. Good! Are you taking out the trash? Yes I am—household duties. Ah that’s good. I am glad to see you! How are you doing, Michel? Your grandma lives here, right? She is in second year, am I right? No, her first year. Mr. Ramon, hurry up it’s going to rain! I will see you kids, God bless you. Sister, I will see you next Sunday? They are all from school. Put them on and then you can explain what they are for. They are for each year at school. Yes, and this was the first one I won. Can you tell us what you liked most about Jubilee? I think it was the children’s worship time. Every Monday, we would meet together and sing. Yes, they do not have that in public school. Who was your favorite teacher? I know they are all good. But who did you like the most? I think Ms. Karol. Is she also teaching Roberto? Yes! Oh, that’s great. Tell them why you won this medal. It’s from a drawing competition. God Almighty, we thank you, Father, for your presence in our lives. We thank you, Lord, because you are the center of our lives. You are the center of our home and we want you to keep working powerfully in our families. Thank you for my sister, Karen, and for Carlita and Roberto, Lord, bless this place. Good Morning! Good morning and blessings! Amen. How are you all doing? Good! And are you blessed? Yes! Blessed, prospering, and prepared in victory! Prepared? Prepared for what? Prepared for what? To live like Christ!