Jeannie Loving

Mission in Honduras

Jeannie Loving

Social Outreach in Honduras

Jeannie Loving

Jeannie coordinates short-term teams as well as scholarships for rural school children, a demonstration farm and medical help for children.

Home Church: St. Peter’s Episcopal and Trinity Church, Lago Vista, Texas

You can email a missionary by using this format: firstnamelastname@sams-usa.org.

Jeannie Loving

Loving Honduras Jan 2018

Since arriving in Honduras, I have been very busy. I have two children going to Operation Smile, I had one heart patient report in, completely healed and no longer a heart patient, I am preparing for the vet team, meeting with Santa Maria Magdalena church on the...

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Joy and wonder

Joy and wonder

Happy Epiphany! In the Baptism liturgy for my denomination, there is a prayer I just love for the baptismal candidate:

Loving Honduras Jan 2018

Loving Honduras Jan 2018

Since arriving in Honduras, I have been very busy. I have two children going to Operation Smile, I had one heart patient report in, completely healed and no longer a heart patient, I am preparing for the vet team, meeting with Santa Maria Magdalena church on the...

Happy new year!

Happy new year!

During the holidays in Uganda, messages fly fast and furious – wishing a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year, and many other felicitations. Images and memes were thrown across WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger like confetti, thanks to cheap and easy bulk messaging.
However, last night, two of our graduates called to wish…

A Story of Hope

A Story of Hope

As the sun rose to welcome a new day on September 28th 2017, young E. arose from his bed and began his daily routine. He heard the sound of the roosters in the background as a cool breeze wafted through the window and over his face.

Confirmation, confirmation

One of my favorite things that we do is supervise our students on their internships, or block placement. While we certainly make them work while they’re with us at the University, it is tremendous fun to see them in their home churches and meet their families.
This year, I volunteered to visit…

5 Ways to Turn Challenges Into Opportunities

What living in Zambia has taught me about facing difficult situations2017 has been a big one for me! It was my first full year living in a different country and culture. And I have had my fair share of challenges big and small. Looking back, I have learned a lot about how…