Honduran prisoners call IMB missionary Amy Johnson Mamita, or “Little Mom.” She prays for them, listens to them, and teaches them from the Bible. Along with her flannel-board Bible lessons, her practical service, like helping them read and write letters to family and girlfriends, taught them compassion. In Francisco Morazan, the department that includes Honduras’ capital, an estimated 250 gangs involving 10,000 youth ran the streets in 2002.

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