|R to L: Dr. Delmer Montoya, Michael Franklin, James Iverson|
|R to L: James Iverson and Nathan Whitley|
|How to get to Hondura: honduranmissions.com||ho|
One may not let go of the old or fill voids with the new; there is incorporation. There are open eyes and open hearts. We are not to serve as stickers to be placed inside a notebook for decoration. We are not stamps to be found mimeographed across the pages of time. We are fresh paints to be tested in various lights, heats, and temperatures on a canvas exceedingly dry from dead artists' renditions. What we bring to the table only becomes more bold when strained through the Catracha sieve. What is caught for examination remains for use elsewhere.
The story of the Río de Agua Viva, then, is one of invigoration and wholeness. What we are about is using our selves only as they become more full by every passing breath. One river emerges from many streams. What will your stream add? Where will the path to Honduras take you?
|Only you can open the door.|
Together, we are the difference.