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Rosa's story

It was our privilege to graduate 32 young leaders from high school last fall.  Thank you to all of you: donors, volunteers and every person involved with Lifeline. You created the opportunity for Rosa and these students to finish high school and continue to dream for a better life!

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Darwyn, our Director of Schools in Honduras, shares Rosa’s story...

Every student has a story but I want to share Rosa’s story, one of our high school graduates. She lost her mom five years ago when her mom attempted to travel illegally to the United States. When Rosa lost her mom, she thought all her dreams were over for her and her two little brothers.

One day, she was talking to me in our school offices and she told me, “I want to study. I do not have money for notebooks, books or supplies, and I am not sure if you can help me. I live alone with my grandmother and brothers and they can not help me continue my studies.”

I did not hesitate to reply with a positive answer; of course we would help! And for three years, we provided supplies, books and other needs so she could continue to study and finish high school. But most importantly, she was surrounded with God's word and many new friends.

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At graduation, Rosa’s grandmother was crying and giving thanks to the school and for you at Lifeline for this gift Rosa received through the mission. Rosa was very happy and thankful. God is good all the time!

All things are  possible in God, and He is moving through Lifeline’s ministry in Honduras.

We talked to our students about this privilege they have to graduate high school: they are the future of our country and can create opportunity and a better vision. And not just our country, but their lives will be better if they use their education to their advantage!

Again, I want say thank you to all of you at Lifeline: donors, volunteers and every person involved in God's Kingdom. Each person was involved in some way to enable Rosa to finish high school and continue to dream for a better life!




Go deeper: What does graduating from high school mean to a young adult in Honduras? This provides them with a professional certificate that enables them to look for a job in some business offices, along with then furthering their education through a university.  A high school education is something to be attained and is not taken for granted!