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Alan Winter at first water baptism with the Tolupan tribe, Flower Mountain, Honduras, 2013.

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Honduras

Frontline Missions has been actively involved in Honduras since 1998. What began as hurricane relief efforts has developed into strategic church planting with a heart to reach the indigenous nations of Honduras.

Currently, Frontline Missions has two main branches of ministry among the Lenca and Tolupan people groups. Utilizing cutting-edge strategies and partnerships with local and international churches, Frontline Missions has seen local leaders develop a passion to transform their nation for Christ.

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Medical Clinics

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Constructions Projects

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School Supply Distribution

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Humanitarian Aid (Food, Clothing, Funds, Etc.)

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Oral Bible Storying

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Missionary Outreach

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Leadership Training

Frontline Missions Honduras History

Frontline Missions missionary and pastor, Luis Chavarria, shares how Frontline Missions helped after a devastating hurricane hit Honduras as well as work with the Tolupan people group and the wonderful things God has done in Flower Mountain.

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Honduras Efforts

Frontline Mission medical and construction mission to the Tolupan tribe of Honduras; providing food and sharing the Gospel. Also shows The Jewelry Project, which provides the Tolupan women legitimate work.

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New Believer Baptisms

Flower Mountain, Honduras baptisms of new believers by Frontline Missions' Pastor Luis and Lucia.

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Frontline Missions Pastor Luis Romero and church team delivering chickens to Tolupan tribe during COVID, Flower Mountain, Honduras

Frontline Stories: Honduras

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