This post is more information about 61 Isaiah Ministries, the team I worked with on my mission trip to Honduras.
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About 6 years ago our friends, Shannon and Kristi, decided to move to Honduras to be become missionaries. They formed 61 Isaiah Ministries, packed some of their belongings, and moved with their 2 young children to Gracias, Honduras.
Shannon was previously a youth minister and Kristi was a special education teacher. Over the past 6 years, they have been able to use those skills in their ministry in Honduras. Shannon works in remote villages surrounding Gracias to help train local pastors, spread the Word, and encourage other. He also runs a Christian radio station and hunger farm where locals can come help work the farm and earn food for their family’s. Kristi is a kindergarten teacher at a bilingual school, where she also counsels students and teaches a high school class as well. Kristi has a heart for all of her students and has been a great advocate for them and their needs.
61 Isaiah Ministries partners with churches all over Texas and the United States. Church groups travel to Gracias for days/weeks to work with Shanon, Kristi, and their team, travel to local villages and share the love of Christ with the locals. Kristi also works very hard to bring groups to help at her school. I helped provide speech and language training to her on my recent trip. She also has a group of teachers coming in October to help provide teacher training to the teachers at her school.
There are many ways to get involved with 61 Isaiah Ministries and the work they are doing in Honduras. Click HERE to visit their website and learn more.