DESEO

One of the ways we have expanded our DESEO outreach in 2019 is by offering to provide the speakers for the monthly school for parents that is required by the government in each elementary school. This month Phil Waldron was the feature speaker and spoke...

New Opportunities This new school year that began in February, brought new opportunities for DESEO and Mission UpReach. We accepted the challenge to conduct the “School for Parents” that each school is required to offer monthly in 6 different schools. These sessions are an hour long...

When Carlos was 15 years old, DESEO came to his school with an invitation to join a newly formed after school basketball league. Being athletic and very social, Carlos decided to join the league. Carlos’ love of sports, especially soccer, motivated him to learn how...

Now that the school year is underway, DESEO has begun its usual afternoon activities, providing productive opportunities for children who might otherwise be left to fend for themselves at home. One of the most popular afternoon activities is our basketball league. There are currently 52 children,...

At 16-years-old, with one best-friend murdered and another in jail on drug charges, Hector began to realize that he wouldn’t last long on his current path. Hector started drinking, skipping school, and smoking marijuana with his friends when he was only 13 years old. Hector’s...

As most of you know, the Honduran public school calendar year begins in February. Our team of nine kicked off the school year by visiting all 13 schools that we will be working in this year. The kids were overjoyed at the sight of our...

Since 2014, Mission UpReach has offered children starting at age 8, the opportunity to experience Bible camp. With the initial help and direction of Ty Ford, director of Camp Deer Run in East Texas, and a handful of trained Deer Run Staff, MUR has successfully...

by Dakota Nowell 2018 has been an incredible year of, “firsts” for our DESEO program. The DESEO team focuses on equipping the future generations of Honduran citizens with the knowledge to form healthy, responsible, God-fearing families. Years ago, we decided to attack this habit at its...

by Dakota Nowell It doesn’t take long to see firsthand the effects that poverty has on over 60% of Hondurans. Just minutes outside the airport you see street vendors using makeshift stands and carts to sell food to the employees. An hour down the road you...

by Phil Waldron As of this writing a caravan of migrants headed to the United States is crawling along highways in Mexico. Their stated intent is to enter the US illegally hoping that public sympathy will compel the US government to “let them in.” As an expatriate...

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