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Thank you to pastors around the world!

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It’s pastor appreciation month, and we’d like to take this opportunity to highlight four of the pastors connected to Lifeline...

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Antonio Orellana, Honduras

25 years ago, Antonio was an ambitious young Honduran dreaming of a better life in the USA. So, he sold his carpentry tools and took that money with him to illegally enter through the Mexico border. He didn't make it very far.

In Guatemala, Antonio got robbed and was left with no money... and no hope. A local pastor, who was a friend of a friend, took Antonio in and ultimately changed his life. That's where Antonio found Jesus, met Maya, his future wife, and discovered a new direction.

Today, Antonio is married with two teenage sons, Roy and Jared. He oversees all of Lifeline's pastors in Honduras, encouraging and challenging them in many ways. He's still a dreamer, but now his vision is focused on sharing the real and lasting hope he discovered -- unexpectedly -- 25 years ago.


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Deybee Barrios, Guatemala

Deybee and his wife Yoselyn moved to Guatemala 5 years ago to start a new church for Lifeline. Since then, they've added their precious daughter, Valentina, to their family and have begun to make Guatemala their home. Their story is an international tale.

Deybee met Yoselyn in Costa Rica, her home country, at a training center for young, Christian leaders. As a result of that training, Deybee sensed God's calling on his life and was no longer satisfied working at his father's auto body shop back in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.  

Sensing an opportunity, Deybee showed up one day at Lifeline's Bible Institute in El Salvador. Yoselyn ended up there too, and for several years God molded them into fine leaders. Both graduated. Love blossomed. And then God sent them again. This time together to Guatemala.

Life and ministry without borders can be challenging and adventurous. But it is all Deybee and Yoselyn ever hoped for.


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Lisandro Zuniga, El Salvador

“Be strong and courageous!  Do not be afraid or discouraged.  For the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”  These words, from God to his servant Joshua, as he takes over the leadership of Israel from Moses, have become a favorite passage of Lisandro Zuniga. They are an inspiration and regular encouragement for him as he labors for the Kingdom in El Salvador.

Lisandro became a follower of Jesus 12 years ago as a result of his wife, Maria’s influence. Since then he has grown into an important leader in Lifeline’s network of El Salvadoran churches. He currently serves as one of two leaders who oversee and pastor the pastors and leaders of 19 churches and 80 house churches scattered across the country.

Although his work includes administration, pastoral work, and preaching, his first love is to preach and share God’s word with others. He and his wife have 3 young adult sons, Brayan, Walter, and Lisandro, all three very capable and personable. When he’s not encouraging pastors and leaders or preaching in a house church, Lisandro can be found on the football pitch showing off his footwork and playing the game he loves!


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Jean Julien Joseph Edmond (Pastor Luc), Haiti

Known as pastor Luc all over Grand-Goâve, Haiti, Jean Julien Joseph Edmond, was one of the young children who was curious about what is going on when Lifeline first established in Grand-Goâve, Haiti in 1980. Now, he is an influential leader at Lifeline. He wears many hats.

He is the main pastor of the Christian Church of Grand-Goâve, director of Lifeline’s Bible institute in Port-au-Prince, and is the church coordinator in Haiti (16 pastors under his leadership).

Pastor Luc is married to Auguste Louise Marie, a teacher of the Christian School of Grand-Goâve. They have 6 children: Ruth Annie, Gretch, Dalandy, David, Daniel, and Dariha.

He is a very well respected leader in our ministry at Lifeline in Haiti. He is always honored to explain to his friends how God transformed his life from scratch to become who he is today. He is a blessing to our ministry.


Thank you to all the pastors connected to Lifeline. We appreciate all your hard work for the Kingdom!

Our local leaders and pastors serving in our communities are hungry...hungry to share God's Word and hungry to reach their communities for Christ. But accomplishing that can be difficult with limited resources...