Good Morning Friends,
I want you to take a moment and think back to someone who taught you something. After you finish reading this blog, leave a short memory you have of that teacher. They don't have to have been a teacher in any legal sense, just someone who made an educational impact on your life.
Every person matters, and every person who dedicates their lives to education matters. It is a noble act to deliberately choose to teach someone else how to lift up themselves and others.
This is exactly the goal of the "teaching team" that developed as a result of the partnership between AHMEN's Community Involvement programs. As you know, this team is called "Rio de Agua Viva." The Rio Team, as I have come to nickname it, enjoyed one of the most meaningful journeys to Honduras I have ever lead or of which I have ever had the pleasure of being a part.
I will be featuring one story each month through the end of the year about our AHMEN River of Living Water team. This month I want to push off the canoe with a story from our team's first aid teacher, Leana Moncada.
Leana Moncada is an E.R. nurse in Birmingham, Alabama at Princeton Hospital. She is one of the nicest, most-patient people you have ever met. Another fun fact? Leana is originally from Honduras. She travels with AHMEN teams as a way to give back to her people. Click here to read Leana's journal!
Does Leana's story make you want to join a team to Honduras? Contact me here today to learn how to be a part of AHMEN's Rio or many other teams next year!
Together, we are the difference.