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This month has been very busy for us here in Honduras. Finding balance in the midst of the hectic times is a bit challenging. The beautiful thing about the life we lead here is that almost all of what we do has a Kingdom impact. Sometimes...

Three years ago, Mike and Kris Bridges joined the MUR team with a focus on planting a new church in Corquín, a small town about an hour from Santa Rosa. For the first year and a half, the new Christians as well as many seekers...

DESEO began working in schools again this past month, just after the new school year began on February 3rd. This will be the 10th consecutive year of serving the community with this program! They will be serving in eight elementary schools and two kindergartens for...

After living and working with Mission UpReach for 5 years, Caleb Gossett has returned to the U.S. He will be living in Murfreesboro, TN and working to grow and develop our Subida Coffee business. Caleb came to us as a missionary intern through the AIM...

Again this year the Tusculum Church of Christ from Nashville, TN came to Santa Rosa de Copán in order to conduct a medical clinic. Last year for the first time, this group helped Mission UpReach open doors to the Gospel in Lucerna, Ocotepeque. They returned...

During the last weekend of February, the Mission UpReach board of directors convened in Santa Rosa de Copán for their annual board meeting. The meetings lasted for 2 full days, and the other days the board members were able to tour the various sites, such...

While our local church (planted 5 years ago by Mission employees) is separate from the Mission, we work collaboratively to serve our community. For example, the majority of our deaf students have been converted to Christ and are active members of that church. Many of...

It’s that time of year again here in Honduras. School starts the first week of February, and we have been busy helping our 95 sponsored children prepare. Sponsored children get two sets of custom uniforms, socks, shoes, a backpack, and all the school supplies they...

The coffee harvest is winding down in the western part of Honduras, which means the start of the new school year is just around the corner. School is programmed to start on February 5th, and the boys of the Moses Project have returned. In October...

We just wrapped up our 6th annual kid’s camp. It was an incredible two sessions filled with fun, laughter and plenty of Jesus. A total of 160 kids attended the two sessions of camp where the theme was “Jesus, My Hero.” Our staff used many...