“loving & serving one child at a time....”
Propelled and motivated by our faith in Jesus Christ, we live and work alongside the Miskito Indian people in Puerto Lempira, Honduras. We have no intentions of imposing our Americanism on Hondurans. Instead, we pray for real...
There are several common occurrences in public education in Honduras … frequent teacher strikes, government delays in salaries for teachers, frequent ‘days off’ of school for silly reasons. However, the most egregious of...
We believe in ‘teaching a man to fish’ whenever possible. Reach Out Honduras helps put together large community garden projects. Alex Waits, our local missionary on-the-ground, recruits a team leader for the project and...
Read about the latest updates from Honduras!
“And pray for us, too, that God may open a door for our message, so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ..” Colossians 4:3
Throughout the ages, Christian missions has been the work of many. There are those that go, yes, and live permanently among people unlike themselves. But, more importantly, there are those who literally lift up others from afar on the wings of prayer.
Reach Out Honduras has several on-going projects in need of funding. Visit the following links to see more about how you can financially help:
Or, give a tax-deductible donation to the General Fund of Reach Out Honduras. The General Fund goes for special projects as the Board of Directors determines. Contribute via the PayPal or Razoo links below or to the right; or mail a check to:
Reach Out Honduras
P.O. Box 2993
McKinney, TX 75070
Reach Out Honduras, Inc. is a US-registered non-profit, 501(c)3. All of your donations are tax-deductible.
We are eager to host short-term mission groups and individuals… families, youth groups, community groups and so on. Additionally, we welcome volunteer interns who might be willing to work alongside our family as we live and serve in the La Moskitia region of Honduras. Internships can be as short as two weeks in duration, or as long as one year.
Currently, Reach Out Honduras volunteers are able to sleep and eat at the House of Hope Guest House. For 2013 and 2014, the primary work for teams will involve building the Reach Out Honduras school, finishing up small projects around the school, building a chicken coop for 100 chickens at the school, etc. Groups will also be able to visit Mama Tara’s Miskito Orphanage and Familia Alastero – two homes for orphans in our area.
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