Carl Carpenter, a compassionate man of God and business visionary, became a supporter of Predisan’s mission in the late 80's. He loved the Honduran people, participated in numerous mission trips and considered this ministry one of his favorite charities. Following his dad's legacy, Rick Carpenter is also a gracious Predisan supporter.
Nate, Rick's son and Carl's grandson, recently devoted 6 months experiencing Honduran culture and becoming involved firsthand with the holistic approach to healthcare. He arrived during the peak of the dengue outbreak and participated in diverse activities in the programs and was able to see and experience Predisan's impact in the lives of the people served. Nate confessed that seeing how people live and the many challenges they face was an eye-opening experience.
"One thing I treasure most from this trip was making new friends in Christ, meeting new people and experiencing the culture," said Nate. This included teaching guitar lessons to CEREPA patients, helping during the Dengue Fever outbreak, and working to improve the physical conditions of the health center in La Colonia, Culmi.
Predisan thanks Nate for carrying the torch of Jesus's light that was admirably held high by his Grandfather and continues as a legacy in the Carpenter family.