Nurturing a mission legacy

June 2013
Presbyterians Today;Jun2013, Vol. 103 Issue 5, p34
The article offers information on the work of Mark Wright, Presbyterian mission worker, who focuses on the Presbyterian Church of Honduras. It states that the church was established 50 years ago by missionaries from the National Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Guatemala. It further mentions that Wrights provide theological and leadership training for church leaders and promote congregational self-suf!ciency.


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