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Presbyterians pitch in to provide sustenance for Honduran drought victims—Linda Valentine's column in the January/February 2015 issue of Presbyterans Today

Targeted by Assassins: Women, Children, Families of Honduras
First released in 2011, the document "Politically Related Murders in Honduras under President "Pepe" Lobo" attempted to shine a light on the violence that was occurring almost daily. Please join us in prayer for the people suffering from violence in Honduras. 

What Good Is a New House?
Rev. Mark Englund-Krieger, executive presbyter of the Presbytery of Carlisle, writes on the Dallas II blog about the impact of enabling new housing in Honduras


Disaster relief launched the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) into ministry with Honduran partners. Our partners in Honduras had contributed important help and relief themselves to their fellow citizens through years of disasters, both human-initiated and naturally caused.

The PC(USA) and its mission personnel support Honduran partners in development, disaster relief, church development, evangelism, theological education along with many other mission opportunities.

Read a brief history of Honduras.

Honduras Partner Churches or Organizations

Presbyterian Church of Honduras
Heifer International

Presbytery partnerships

Northumberland Presbytery
Providence Presbytery
Presbytery of Tampa Bay
Presbytery of Carlisle

Honduras Mission Network

The Honduras Mission Network is among more than 40 networks that connect Presbyterians who share a common mission interest. Most participants are involved in mission partnerships through congregations, presbyteries or synods. Network members come together to coordinate efforts, share best practices and develop strategies.

See the 2015 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study, p. 68

March 5


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