"Taking the Gospel of the Kingdom to All the World"
Preaching the Full Gospel
Many wonderful works are being done in the world today. However, many who take the good news of Jesus to the world are not prepared to also equip the new believers with the principles of righteousness that direct them in living a holy life. Our vision is to take a full gospel to the world.
God has opened a great door for us to build churches in the Central American nation of Honduras. The people there are hungry for the Word of God and the life-changing truths found in it. God is truly doing a miraculous work in their hearts as they here the truths of Scripture applied to their daily lives. Many are hearing these truths for the first time.
Getting the Foundation Right
Wherever we labor, whether in Central America, the United States, or anywhere else God sends us, we are committed to starting with a strong foundation. That means training fathers how to restore their marriages, love their wives and children, and lead their families in righteousness. It also means training pastors how to be examples to the flock, disciple the fathers in the church, and preach the truths of the Bible. This can be quite a process, but we know that any work is only as strong as its foundation.
We rejoice as we see men returning to their Biblical roles of leadership and authority. They in turn are leading their homes in righteousness. Through the joint effort of church and home, God is raising up a new generation of Godly children in the nation of Honduras. Families are encouraged to worship together, pray together, and hear the preaching of the Word of God together.
Rejoicing in the Testimony of God
God is working in a mighty way! Many lives have already been changed. By God's grace, marriages are being saved through the principles of Scripture. God is turning the hearts of the fathers and their families toward a deeper relationship with God and one another.
One man's story is so amazing that it must be repeated here.
In April 2010, our missionaries made contact with a man named Alberto. He was interested in hearing more, and the missionaries informed him that they would next be in Honduras in September 2010.
Alberto went home and told his family that he wanted to go to the meetings in September, and he began to save money for the bus fare to go to the meetings. However, a week before the meetings, he told his family that he would not be able to go because he did not have enough money. Then, his two young sons told him that they had been skipping lunch at school to save the money, and they had enough to buy bus tickets for their father and both the boys. These children loved their father and their God so much that they had been regularly going without food to save the money to go to the meetings. God is truly doing a great work in Honduras!