Wendy’s Testimony

My name is Wendy Benitez, and I am 25 years old. Let me share a glimpse of my life and how God’s goodness has continually shaped my journey.

As a young child, I found myself at the Hogar when I was just one year old, accompanied by my three-year-old sister. Our arrival coincided with the aftermath of Hurricane Mitch in Honduras. Growing up, I was always a dreamer, and my heart was drawn to helping others.

Perhaps this inclination was nurtured by the close-knit community of girls around me, where we all pitched in to support one another.



God’s guidance has been a constant presence in my life. I had two heartfelt requests to Him: clarity in the path to serve people and a husband who shared my love for God. Remarkably, God answered both prayers. After high school, I chose to study nursing, allowing me to put into practice the compassion I had learned early on. This decision has become an instrument of healing in the lives of others during their moments of greatest suffering.

The second prayer was answered with a life-changing encounter with a man who stood out like no other. Our dates were unconventional, revolving around church service, serving others, and assisting children. His kindness drew me closer to God, and eventually, he asked me to be his girlfriend. Today, I am Michael’s joyful wife, as God’s goodness continues to unfold.

Not only did God answer my initial prayers, but His response exceeded my wildest hopes.


Michael encourages me to keep helping people, and together, we embrace the path God has set before us. As I approach a significant milestone—completing my professional internship in Roatan—I pray that God will guide me to serve him wholeheartedly.

Throughout my journey, All God’s Children (AGC) has been a constant presence. From my entry into the orphanage during infancy to my studies, AGC has supported me, nourished me, and clothed me. In every moment, I recognize that God has faithfully cared for me and showered me with blessings through the work of AGC. To all of you who have supported me and my sisters, thank you from the depths of my heart.

Our Blog

Timothy Renew Serve Trip

We just got back from a wonderful serve trip to Honduras. We had a chance to visit many partners. At Point, we heard about the importance of sharing Jesus in gang-infested neighborhoods. At Trash Mountain, we heard a remarkable testimony at the landfill from a woman...

Love, Faith & Hope

Love, Faith & Hope

For many years we have been partnering withAmor,Fe y Esperanza (AFE) a school in TegucigalpaHonduras. AFE, which means "Love, Faith and Hope,"is an organization that serves some of the...