In late January, I traveled to Honduras with Lifeline Christian Mission to see Lifeline’s Bible Institute in Honduras where they train pastors and church leaders. During this trip, I was also able to see most of Lifeline’s other ministries in Honduras.
My trip began in Tegucigalpa, the capitol of Honduras. I traveled there with two staff from Lifeline and leaders from Marlboro Christian Church in Ohio. Lifeline partners with a church there and is building a bilingual school—this is their newest location in Honduras. They inherited it after a couple missionaries left a handful of years ago. They are making several positive changes as they move the ministry forward.
After Tegucigalpa, we traveled to San Pedro Sula, where Lifeline does the bulk of their work in Honduras. The delegation from Marlboro departed, but we were joined by staff from RiverTree Christian Church in Ohio.
We drove up a muddy mountain on our first day in San Pedro Sula. The family of Antonio, Lifeline’s director of church planting in Honduras, runs the coffee farm there and donates some of the proceeds to starting new churches.