The Moses Project

Under the new leadership of Tyler Harbison, the boys at the Moses Project are experiencing some exciting and productive changes. One of the latest adventures was a mountain trek up Mount Celaque just before the beginning of Holy Week. The peak of Mount Celaque is...

It is always exciting to welcome the young men who make up our Moses Project back to campus. This year we welcomed back 10 young men and welcomed for the first time 8 new young men. This year, all the old and new boys participated...

We are thrilled to announce that Tyler Harbison has accepted the role of director of the boys' program of the Moses Project. Tyler and his wife Elsie have been living in Honduras for 7 years and have served with another non-profit for most of those...

Boys headed home for the holidays. Since school ends here in the first weeks of November, we send the boys at Project Moses home to spend the holidays with their families. Most of them will return to participate in our annual Bible Camp and then by...

In addition to a focus on their high school classes, the teens at the Moses Project have gotten to participate in a variety of other dynamic activities. 1) They have been cultivating a garden and using the sales of the produce to save for the...

Alexander Monterroza, a 25 year old from El Salvador, got to know Mission UpReach for the first time in June of last year. He had come to spend time with friends and Mission employees, Richar and Kevin, who work on the church planting team. All...

Young graduate of the Moses Project, Francis Vasquez, is just 18 years old and now working to shepherd the current young men of the Project while he pursues a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. He first joined the program at 12 years old after learning...

The Boys are Back! It’s with great joy we share that the boys are back at the Moses Project.  It’s been a long and challenging 2 years with them away.  We worked to maintain contact and keep them studying by providing internet, devices, and tutoring.  Sadly,...

By Erik Estrada, Director of Productos Moisés Agriculture is a science where continued improvements and adaptations are vital to efficiency. During the last couple years our team has faced different challenges, such as the effects of the COVID pandemic and the increased price of feed, fuel,...

By Phil Waldron, CEO and Co-founder MUR On March 25, 2022, CNN carried the headline, “Biden says Western leaders discussed food shortages, which he says will be ‘real’.” The reason that President Biden believes this to be true is due to the sanctions that are currently...

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