The Moses Project

By: Jon Stacy Have you ever had a day where things were just clicking? You were checking things off your to-do list and things seem to be humming along and then *BAM* you receive a knock on your door, and your whole day comes to a...

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...

This time of year is full of mixed emotions for the members of the Moses Project. Some of the boys are excited to be going back home to spend the holiday break with their families and others are not so eager to go back home...

Big news: we have broiler chickens growing at the Moses Project! It has been a long process for us, but God has provided what we need, when we need it. At 8:45am on Friday, August 9th the first load of 13,600 chicks rolled into the...

Exciting things are about to happen at the Moses Project. Over the past year, we have been working to leverage these assets to not only raise up leaders, but to also help produce a revenue flow to help make the project self-sustaining. There are so...

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...

by Jon Stacy The year of 2018 was a year of growth for the Moses Project. We grew to 45 boys that lived and worked at the project. We grew to an all new level of employees both salaried and hourly with the top number coming...

by Caleb Gossett An article published in the European Journal of Educational Research highlights the concerning level of school dropouts in Central America. The authors state, “school dropout is a growing concern in Central America, and in Latin America as a whole, because of its consequences...

by Jon Stacy   The issue of avoiding poverty by creating self-sufficiency has been debated for quite a long time. The following excerpt is from the Religious Intelligencer in 1826 by 12th century philosopher Maimonides: “Lastly, the eighth and the most meritorious of all, is to anticipate...