I have been on two 10-day mission projects to Honduras, Central America. During these trips I help to build houses there for those in need. I have helped to build 4 houses during my two visits. The houses that the families live in there are what we refer to as "shacks". They are made of old, splintery wood bonded together by sloppy, dirty mud with dirt floors and roofs from spare tin. We build them concrete houses so their shelter provides them with much better protection. We also collect and take the children school supplies so they can continue to go to school to further their education.