SPONSOR A CHILD FROM HONDURAS

SPONSOR A CHILD FOR JUST $25 PER MONTH. You can impact the life of a needy child from Honduras for just $25 a month. Each sponsorship provides school clothes, school supplies, shoes, a monthly food care package, and a special gift at Christmas. 

For over 14 years we've been involved in ministry to the children of Concordia, a small village about 3 hours from  Tegucigalpa, the capital city of Honduras. Concordia is not completely isolated, but it is a pour small village in which are many needy families. Most adults who work have to travel either to the city or larger communities. Unfortunately, there are many who cannot find work. When a child is sponsored, it helps the entire family tremendously.

In addition, Harvest Missions has been able to offer sponsorships to some of the children from Tegucigalpa. These also come from extremely needy families as well.
 
A very special outreach takes place on several Saturdays of the year to the children of Concordia. A hot meal is provided along with fun activities to interact with the children. In addition, Bible classes are held to teach the children about Jesus. Also during these outreaches all of our sponsored children receive the blessings described above through faithful and generous sponsors.

Lives of each child along with their entire families are being changed through child sponsorships with Harvest Missions! If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, click on the photos of the children directly below, or send an e-mail to harvestmissions@mail.com.


Our contact in the nation of Honduras is Pastor Manfredy Zelaya from Tegucigalpa. We have been blessed to work with Pastor Manfredy since  2006. Pastor Manfredy is a very good friend of mine. God has allowed us to minister in the great nation of Honduras, but also in the great nations of India and the Dominican Republic as well.
 
Thank you so much for your consideration of sponsoring a child from Honduras through Harvest Missions!

Steve Hutto

            

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