World Missions Update: LAMB and Suzy McCall
LAMB Institute continues to be on lockdown along with all of Honduras, with the children attending school online or receiving packets from their teachers every week. Staff members at God's Littlest Lambs Children's Home take strict precautions, and the home continues to be COVID-free. Some other LAMB staff members have had to quarantine with mild cases of COVID, but thanks be to God, no fatalities have hit the ministry. Please continue to keep LAMB and Honduras in your prayers as the medical care there is very substandard and it will be a long, long time before vaccines will be available for the general population.
Now, meet some of the leaders that are making a huge impact out at the children's home!
Cuban missionaries Richard and Lariza Lemus joined the staff at LAMB in February of 2017. Richard serves as the director of God's Littlest Lambs Children's Home with Lariza ministering powerfully right by his side. They live at the children's home and have had a huge impact for Christ among the children and staff across all of LAMB. Richard is currently in the process of ordination to the priesthood through the Anglican Church in North America and the Rt. Rev. TJ Johnston of the Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others (C4SO).
Mengui and Damaris Lazo and their daughter, Amanda Sophia, have been incredible servants of God for the ministry for many years and super favorites of our volunteer mission teams. Their commitment to LAMB was so strong that they built a house on a small lot right beside the children’s home and are currently serving as much-beloved house parents for one of boys’ cottages.
LAMB founder and spiritual director Suzy McCall is currently stateside on a 6-month furlough with three of her children, living in Mt. Pleasant in a lovely home provided by a generous friend of the ministry. The girls are homeschooling, and Suzy is steadily improving following an essential knee replacement in November––she no longer walks with a limp! Pray for her continued healing and that she will receive much-needed rest and time with her family in Barnwell and here in the Charleston area.