- Duplantis Diary

April 2015
Eric & Christy Duplantis
Missionary Candidates to Honduras
A momentous occasion
In this issue:
A momentous
We’re very excited to be looking forward to our oldest son
Tyler’s upcoming graduation ceremony. We’re so proud of him! He
will graduate from high school with at least 16 college credit hours.
Looking ahead, he’s decided to spend the next year away from his
studies. This will give him some time to work, mature, and see what
God has in store for him. Perhaps he’ll even be spending some time
on the field with us after we move! Thank you sincerely for all your
prayers for him, and please keep ʼem comin’!
Siguatepeque or Sigua, is a town of about 75,000. It’s located
halfway between Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. It’s where we
will be attending language school at the Spanish Institute of Honduras. The town is at 3600 feet above sea level. Big change for us
bayou folks!
Feeling humbled
With each monthly report from BMDMI,
we are made aware of your giving to the
ministry. There are monthly gifts and
special gifts, small gifts and large gifts.
Gifts from friends and acquaintances,
and anonymous gifts. It is so humbling to
know how some of you have sacrificed,
trusting in the Lord to provide for your
own needs. We know that we’re not
worthy, but He is worthy! Thank you SO
very much!
Prayer Requests
-For endurance in the fundraising
process, that we may rest on the
promises of the Lord.
-For the leaders of the Honduran
government and drug gangs, that they
come to know Jesus Christ.
-For our BMDMI missionaries in Nepal
and the people they minister to.
60% Language
Wow! We are getting closer! If you
have pledged to give, now is the
time to start. BMDMI has to see
the monthly funds coming in
steadily before they’ll give us the
green light to leave.
With our departure getting steadily closer, we’re working
on getting our house ready to rent. Changing flooring,
making repairs, and putting the pool table up for sale
{sound of whimpering coming from Eric in the other room.}
Cleaning out lots of junk too! I was able to give away
literally half of my closet and hardly missed it. It is
convicting to realize we have SO much while others don’t
have anywhere near enough. We finally finished our master
bath renovation which we started before we got “the call.”
On the bright side, we already know how to live with 5
people to one bathroom.
We continue to be in need of ministry partners. Our greatest need is for ongoing monthly
support. If we could get the following support slots filled, we’d be ready to go!
2 partners at $200 monthly
10 partners at $100 monthly
10 partners at $50 monthly
10 partners at $25 monthly
Then He said to His disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the
harvest, therefore, to send out workers into His harvest field.” (Matt 9:37-38)
Please help make this prayer a reality by partnering with us in this ministry.
See below for how to give —Thanks!
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