The Strongest Weapon
In a village near La Ceiba, a dangerous gang ruled the streets—raping, killing, and intimidating people into paying a protection tax. An MTW missionary and a national pastor boldly reached out to the gang with friendship and the gospel. After watching three members become Christians, the gang leader accepted Christ and left the gang. This previously violent young man paced the streets of his village, showing people that he now carried a Bible as his weapon instead of a gun.
Infused with Mercy
In La Ceiba, we’re planting Honduran-run churches and discipling Honduran pastors. In conjunction with our church-planting efforts, we’ve built two medical clinics to provide low-cost health care along with the message of Jesus. We also run a drop-in center that ministers to several dozen boys, serving their physical needs and allowing them to experience a healthy family life. Since teen pregnancy is a major issue, we founded a home for single mothers to help them support themselves and their children. A seminary is under construction, and plans are underway to expand our church planting to other cities.
While on a trip to La Ceiba, Honduras, the Cains were struck by the deep need of the transforming power of the gospel.
John and Kathy Clow serve in La Ceiba, Honduras where God is growing the ministry beyond planting churches.
Seth and Renee McLaughlin are called to La Ceiba, Honduras, to serve the Lord through medicine and education.
Roger is Honduran and serves as the medical director for MTW La Ceiba.
Mike and Ashley minister in Honduras through discipleship, English classes, and children’s events.
Develop a heart for missions. Support the missionaries. Change a life. Inspire a church. There are so many reasons to serve on an MTW trip.SEE MORE
When a pregnant woman in critical condition stormed out of her clinic, Erin worried she might never make a difference on the mission field.SEE MORE
The fear of raising finances is a major reason why many Christians do not participate in missions. But we are called to reject fear.SEE MORE
Their hearts broke when he left, but his return proved the Spirit's hold on him.SEE MORE
Watch a testimony of the ministry of Puerta de Esperanza in La Ceiba, Honduras, a ministry reaching out to at-risk unwed mothers.SEE MORE
Missionaries to Honduras are changing the atmosphere and doing God's work to bring the dark country back into the light.SEE MORE
Follow Janelle Honeycutt during one day of her mission trip to Honduras.SEE MORE
Daily I look at my life and find nothing that points to the fact that I can be a good missionary. Yet I have seen lives transformed.SEE MORE
"Tito, I'm really sorry that you don't have a Dad." Tito: "Thanks. I've just had to get used to life without one."SEE MORE
She searched for small jobs to provide food for herself and her infant daughter. Y was 15 years old, alone, and angry. She felt abandoned.SEE MORE
I am not a business person. So when the Lord asked me to start a used clothing store business ministry, everything in me wanted to say NO!SEE MORE
Located in the small community of Armenia Bonito, this clinic will help meet the spiritual and physical needs of the people of Honduras.SEE MORE
Pray for current missionaries, future missionaries, sending churches, and donors to be willing to ask the question, "How could God use me?"
Pray for the orphaned and street children at The Peter Project. Pray for these beautiful boys to know the love of Christ and find refuge from the effects of poverty.
Pray for the used clothing store business ministry that helps young single moms in La Ceiba, Honduras receive job training.
Pray for Brady and Umberto and other former gang members in La Ceiba, Honduras, to continue to walk with Christ and to stay away from gang life.
Pray for the street children in La Ceiba, Honduras, to find love, permanence, and a solid faith in Christ.
Pray for the street boys involved in the Peter Project ministry and drop-in center in Honduras. Pray that the boys will develop a relationship with Christ, grow spiritually, and heal from the impact life's hardships.
Pray for first-year missionaries who can feel incompetent and overwhelmed as they begin ministry on the field.