HOPE 3:27 was created out of a long-standing desire to help provide lasting change for children and youth in Honduras. Through many years of dedicated work with the people of Honduras, we have learned that creating a truly lasting impact requires providing others with the tools necessary to be able to bring further change to their own communities for years to come. We work to create generational change by fostering positive physical, emotional, and spiritual growth for children and young adults in Honduras.
It is our ultimate goal that each young man or woman whom we are able to help will be equipped with the tools and skills necessary to not only be successful in their own lives, but also to be able to help lift others out of cycles of poverty, abuse, and neglect. By partnering with Hondurans, we hope to create a sustainable cycle of positive life change for generations to come.
Kevin worked in the Dallas banking industry for 34 years before feeling the Lord call him to a larger ministry role. He is now a central part of our work in Honduras, making regular trips to provide hands-on assistance. Kevin also serves as a lead volunteer with the SoupMobile homeless outreach ministries in south Dallas, where he serves weekly and recently spearheaded the design, fundraising, and building process of a new food pantry to serve the south Dallas community.
Jenny was raised in Honduras, where her parents have served as missionaries for over 30 years. She served as the Director of Diversity at Prestonwood Christian Academy for sixteen years, where in 2002 she began bringing students to Honduras once a year for a week of service. She is passionate about Honduras and its people. Jenny now serves as the Senior Director of Community Engagement at Legacy Chirstian Academy and is also the co-creator of Christian Educators Diversity Alliance and GRAACE 360.
Bob was a founding member of ServingHIM Healthcare International Ministries in 1998, bringing medical care and church planting to Romania, Moldova, and Guatemala. For 22 years he served both in a leadership capacity, as Vice President/Logistical Coordinator, and in the field, organizing and leading medical mission trips to each of the above regions. Bob's passion is sharing the Gospel in hopes that every boy, girl, man, and woman will come to the knowledge of God and have a loving relationship with their savior, Jesus Christ.
Morgan first visited Honduras on a high school trip in 2012 and worked in a local orphanage. She continually returned to work with that same orphanage multiple times each year after that initial trip. In 2017, Morgan graduated from Texas A&M University and went on to work as a high school English teacher until the Lord called her to a deeper commitment to her kids in Honduras in 2019. She lived in Valle de Angeles, Honduras for nearly two years, serving as a full-time volunteer at the same orphanage she first visited in 2012. She now splits her time between the States and Honduras, making bimonthly trips to continue our work with the children in and out of the orphanage.
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT HOW WE GOT STARTED IN HONDURAS?
Watch our interview on The Jeff Crilley Show below!