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Honduras at a Glance

Slowed by the devastation of Hurricane Mitch (1998) as well as political turmoil in the early 2000’s, Honduras has not developed as quickly as some of its Central American neighbors. However, its Caribbean coastline, vast and varied natural resources, and dependable workforce are fueling growth in tourism, manufacturing and development. Hondurans place a high value on family, yet must struggle with insecurity caused by gang violence and recruiting.

Lifeline in Honduras

In 1986, Lifeline began working alongside a Christian radio ministry in Honduras and with a small school in the Merendon Mountains. The great need and enormous opportunity to be “good news” among the Honduran people was obvious from the beginning. 

Today, Lifeline’s ministry in Honduras is led by strong, local leadership. The ministry has grown to include numerous churches and house churches, two schools, a clinic, children’s ministries, and a Bible Institute. We’re able to host teams in Ocotillo (just outside San Pedro Sula) and Tegucigalpa. 

There is a team spirit and united vision among all of our Honduran ministries. The pastors from all of our churches meet monthly for encouragement, strategy and prayer. They all preach the same themes week to week, allowing the more experienced pastors to mentor younger leaders. Determined to multiply, they’ve made a commitment to discipling new leaders and planting at least one new church every year. While many challenges remain, local leaders lead the vision and are focused on sustainable, life-changing ministry.


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