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Vision & Purpose

"Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you:”

We do this locally every Saturday as a church family.We do this globally by currently supporting 6 different missionaries and evangelistic projects by the faith promise commitments of our people.


The first step of obedience for a new believer is baptism. We encourage the new believers to take this step as they begin a new life in Christ.


We have developed many ways to disciple the new believers:

  • A first steps booklet for the recently converted

  • A 26 week discipleship course for the church member

  • A 32 week basic theology class for those that desire to advance further

  • A three year Bible Institute for those that want to best prepare themselves to serve God in the local church

Why Honduras?

Honduras is a historically Catholic nation in its religious affiliation, however evangelical Christianity, mostly of a charismatic/pentecostal variety, has made strong advances in recent years. Along with the presence of Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses, the spiritual climate of Honduras could be best described as "religious confusion." Because of the deeply religious and economic poverty in the region, Honduras is ripe for a spiritual harvest. Our church-planting team sees El Progreso as a strategic location for gospel advance, both in planting new churches locally and as a springboard for sending missionaries around the world.



El Progreso

  • El Progreso is located in the Valle de Sula (Sula Valley) along with Honduras' industrial capital, San Pedro Sula.

  • El Progreso is called "The Pearl of the Ulúa" because of its location along the banks of one of Honduras' largest rivers, the Ulúa.

  • El Progreso has a population of 119,260 (2020 calculation)

  • Strategic location along the northern tourism corridor

  • Fertile valley for the cultivation of bananas, sugar cane, and palm oil

  • The economy depends on local agricultural production, textile factories, and tourism.

  • Honduras is a major exporter of Coffee.

  • Other major Honduran exports are Sugar, bananas and Palm Oil.

  • Due to drug and gang activity Honduras has one of the highest crime rate in the world.

  • Honduras is also home to one of the largest ancient Mayan ruins.

  • While Honduras does struggle with economic poverty, the county is rich in natural beauty with much of the country being covered with mountains and forests.

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