Hello to those that are reading this. It is a blessing to share the influence that Phill made in our lives and to have the opportunity to share it. I’ll start writing about our business. Me and my wife are pastors in a small town called Yoro, in Honduras. We started the church here in 2013, but in 2016 we started a private bilingual Christian school. It’s called Victory Christian School.
Before coming to Yoro, we were working with another church in another town, I was the pastor’s assistant, and my wife was the principal at the school there.
So, you might can see that we didn’t have much experience running a business. But we started anyway. Not easy, and by doing what we can we start facing the normal problems business have. But not feeling comfortable and safe we were feeling that things were getting much more difficult that they were supposed to be.
In 2017 we met Phil, He came to our town to participate in a crusade here and he shared some things about business.
To be honest, I have heard some of those things before but never in front of me with a person that I could see and ask and be corrected in the things that I was doing wrong.
Something happened between us and we got connected. From there, and because he had the initiative, we started having video meetings eventually. He always pouring wisdom and good words of guidance.
After those meetings we got focused to goals not easy to reach, not because its difficulty but because we had to change our way of thinking.
It really took us to a different point of view of our business and own life.
Things are not easy in our country and culture but now we feel more safe and secure on the projects we have ahead. We can see God putting people like Phil in our way to help us get there, for His glory!
From now we are thinking in opening more schools in different towns. Staring next year. Why schools? Because that’s our strength, education and because in schools we have an unique opportunity to touch the young lives.
I believe that Phil’s influence in our lives helped us to see that our school not only as a ministry but that it has to be managed as a business to see it grow.