What We Do



The people we serve in Honduras suffer from poverty, disease, injustices and even persecution. Because of sickness and poverty some are unable to work or provide for their families. What reason do they have to hope? Who can save them from the hopeless situation they face? How would their lives change if they knew Jesus? [button link=”http://adventureinmissions.com/what-we-do/preach/” type=”button_medium”]Read More[/button] [/one_fourth] [one_fourth]


There are 120 million children not in primary school and nearly a billion people cannot read pages like this one. No one doubts that even a basic education is vital. The UN estimates that earning potential increases by as much as 10% for every year of schooling. [button link=”http://adventureinmissions.com/what-we-do/teach/” type=”button_medium”]Read More[/button] [/one_fourth] [one_fourth]


The world is experiencing a global housing crisis. Nearly 2 billion people around the world live in slum housing and over 100 million are homeless. Families are trapped in a daily struggle to survive amid substandard and often inhuman living conditions. Safe, affordable housing is a basic necessity for every family. Without a decent place to live, people cannot be productive members of society, children cannot learn and families cannot thrive. [button link=”http://adventureinmissions.com/what-we-do/build/” type=”button_medium”]Read More[/button] [/one_fourth] [one_fourth]


Jesus healed people – inside and out. Through medical missions, Adventure in Missions seeks to do the same, by offering medical care in Jesus’ name and sharing compassion with more than words. The country’s many medical needs provide doorways of opportunity for trained medical professionals, students, and others with a heart to serve to present Christ’s love and hope through medical care. [button link=”http://adventureinmissions.com/what-we-do/heal/” type=”button_medium”]Read More[/button] [/one_fourth]