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Ryan and Heidi Moultray


The Moultray family has been serving on the North Coast of Honduras since January of 2016. Ryan is working at Loma de Luz hospital as a general medical doctor, doing a full spectrum of care. Heidi is working at the El Camino Bilingual school, as well as in other capacities for the mission. Our children are attending the Bilingual school as well as homeschooling. Prayers: That our service would help bring the good news of Salvation through Jesus Christ to the people of Honduras. That we would continue to learn the language better. That we would be competent in our roles. That we would build meaningful relationships with the local people as well as the community of missionaries, and be encouragers. That we would trust God through the fundraising process.

Donations can be sent by mail to: Christian Health Service Corps PO Box 132 Fruitvale, TX 75127


There are not too many “Dermatology Emergencies,” but there are a couple of skin conditions that can certainly be very urgent. Unfortunately we have…

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Never Too Late

His situation is one that I have played out many times already, here in Honduras. He had just seen a Honduran doctor earlier in the day, and his family brought him to us for a second opinion.

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Donny V and Osteomyelitis

The thing that gave me some peace was that Donny V already had a very strong faith in Jesus, and was not fearful of his mortality. On the contrary, he often would encourage me as well.

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Man vs. bull

As the commotion erupted from the emergency entrance of the hospital, I made my way over to the ER to see what we were getting. The middle aged gentleman was obviously in a lot of pain, writhing on the stretcher…

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A family doc in the O.R.

There have been a few incidents in our area that are good reminders that we are still in a wild place and need to keep our wits about us. Although we feel safe, we definitely appreciate prayers of protection…

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Too young to die…

…remember this: It’s very cool to be an interesting person. It’s not cool, however, to be an interesting medical case…

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Crying Heart…

Antonio and his little sister were brought in early after escaping a house fire. Likely started by a candle left burning, the house contained 4 children who were unsupervised.

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Un Milagro…

It was a hectic Thursday a couple weeks ago, one in which I was grateful for the expertise of Dr. Peter and Dr. Dave, as we handled some challenging cases.  The case that got my attention, and that I think will interest you, was the guy who got shot in the

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In the past week, I have delivered some babies, seen a couple of gnarly machete wounds, cared for a few moto accidents victims, and attended to one viper envenomation, among many other things. The latter injury was a 7 year old boy who Dr. Laura Smelter and I saw together…

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