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March 8- March 16, 2024 Mission to Honduras

Days Until Departure








We are now accepting applications for our March 8-16 mission trip to serve the needy people in the Honduras.  

This team will be presenting a VBS to the children attending the Whatley Point of Hope Center in Olanchito, Honduras as well as teaming with a medical mission team to serve the children and their families in Olanchito.

Fourteen years ago, Dario Delarco saw a need in his hometown of Olanchito, Honduras. In the community where he grew up there were children at risk due to poverty and lack of education. As a pastor he saw an opportunity to meet physical and spiritual needs through a church and child development center. He owned a little property in the community and decided to use it to house two simple buildings.

The ministry began and has operated with almost no outside help for 14 years. When we visited the small facility the Lord immediately placed on our heart the need to assist in the completion of Dario’s vision. This location has the potential to make a huge impact in the surrounding community with just a little funding.

This will be just the 3rd VBS ever presented to these children. It is going to be so much fun planning and presenting the Gospel of Jesus to these kids. I hope you’ll join us!

We believe that the Bible is clear that God expects us to take care of the poor, needy, widows and the strangers in our land (Isaiah 58).


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YOUR TRIP LEADER: John Frank Reeve

John Frank Reeve has been leading mission trips since 2001.  He first served as a volunteer leader with Buckner Orphan Care in Dallas, Tx.  After much prayer, He and Tim Oloffson, co-founded Another Child Foundation to continue work in Romania where he has led numerous mission trips.  Recently he left his position as a Worship Pastor to dedicate full-time ministry to ACF.  John Frank and his wife, Sandy live in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana and share their home with 3 dogs and 3 cats!


The team will be staying at the Mission House just outside of Olanchito. Team members will sleep in bunk room. Individual showers with hot water are available.


Hondurans are nominally Roman Catholic with membership in the Catholic Church which is declining while membership in Protestant churches is increasing.


Weather in the summer is usually very warm and humid, averaging around 90 degrees. 


While traveling to Honduras, we want to give you some helpful tips to prepare you for your trip.

Tentative Itinerary (details subject to change)


Day 1 - 2

Travel and orientation days

Days 3-5

Vacation Bible School for 50 kids!

Day 6-7

Sightseeing and travel home

 To reach, teach, and transform the lives of orphaned and at-risk children.


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