Help The People of Honduras

The corona virus pandemic has affected practically every nation on the planet. Here in the U.S. we've implemented major procedures to stop its spread. This has caused major changes in the way we do things. The term "lock-down" has taken on a new meaning.

What perhaps many Americans don't realize is how hard it has been in other countries. In Honduras, for instance, the lock-down means not getting to leave your house but only once every two weeks. There are armed police and guards patrolling the streets, not to prevent riots, but to ensure everyone stays in. Many people have lost their jobs and their businesses due to this tight lock-down. There is no unemployment insurance available. There are no food stamp programs in effect. There are no food banks or services to help people who need food and the basic supplies.

As many of you know, Harvest Celebration Ministries has been reaching out to Honduras since 2006. God has opened incredible doors to us to many of the people of Honduras. In cooperation with Pastor Manfredy, the gospel has been preached, many children are now sponsored, and several churches have been reached.

Since the beginning of our own lock-down in our country, Harvest Celebration Ministries has been putting out the call to help the people of Honduras with basic food and supplies. Thank you to those of you who have helped thus far with financial support. You have truly made an impact on these precious people!

Please understand that this need continues as long as the lock-down continues (and somewhat beyond). So I am asking you to prayerfully consider making a financial donation to help provide food and basic supplies to some precious people in Honduras.

All donations are made through PayPal and are secure. If you would like to make a donation follow this link: http://www.paypal.me/harvcelmin. You can also click on the "DONATE" button in the top right.

Again, thank you so much for your prayerful consideration. God bless you abundantly!

Steve Hutto
Harvest Celebration Ministries