August 2015 Missionaries

Mark & Eszti Landerholm
WGM - Hungary
Mark is from Ohio, and Eszti is from Budapest.  God has brought the Landerholms through a year in the US raising support for their return to Hungary and having a baby boy.  They welcomed their sweet son, Samuel, in September 2014, knowing that he had severe congenital heart defects.  He has had two open heart surgeries before he was three months old, and will need a third one by the time he reaches his third birthday.  Samuel is a true champion. 
Pray for this dear family, that they will have continued progress in raising support for their return to Hungary.  Pray for health and vitality for Samuel.  Pray also that God will open doors to spread the Gospel in Hungary. 
Twitter :           https://twitter.com/markandeszti
Facebook:        https://www.facebook.com/eszter.julianna.landerholm
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=135001203
WGM:             http://www.wgm.org/document.doc?id=1694
http://landerholms.blogspot.com/

Sarah Larson
WGM - Hondruas
Many of you will remember that Sarah was able to visit us in April 2015.  God has laid serving as a Missionary to Honduras with World Gospel Mission on her heart.  She continues to meet with churches and groups to let people know about her ministry plans and to provide opportunity for them to partner with her in prayer and support.
When she returns to Honduras, Sarah will be teaching English, helping with work teams, and assisting with the sponsorship program that provides much of the needed funding for the Escuela El Sembrador school.
Prayer Requests: 
1.       For God to open up more doors for sharing her ministry with churches and groups in hopes of securing more support, especially this Fall.  Please pray that her calendar gets filled up!
2.      For God to continue to equip Sarah as she waits on His timing.
Facebook:        https://www.facebook.com/SarahMay1986
UPDATE :
Sarah has a departure date for Honduras set for October 13!
  Pray for all that needs to be done before she leaves and for a smooth transition to language school and the adjustment to life in Honduras.