Happy Father’s Day!

In Honduras, special events, holidays, and celebrations are a very big deal, and Honduran Father’s Day (March 17th) is no exception.  At Jubilee’s school and within the at-risk community that we work in, there is certainly a shortage of healthy, involved fathers, however on Father’s Day, we want to celebrate and give thanks for the […]

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Feature a Teacher – Mrs. Karol Soto

This is Mrs. Soto’s 4th year teaching at Jubilee.  She has taught several different grades and this year is teaching 3rd grade section B.  Recently we sat down with Mrs. Soto, to ask her to share a little bit about her experiences as a teacher at Jubilee.  She is known for her patience, charisma, and […]

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New School Year!!

The beginning of the school is always the most exciting and busiest time of year for us at Jubilee!  In January while students were still trying to enjoy their last few weeks of vacation, teachers and staff were back at it, getting classrooms ready, planning lessons for new grades,  and more while administration was enrolling […]

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International Faith Family

By Becky Epps, Mission Trip Leader to Jubilee since 2013 Mission trips mean different things to each person. They bring about different feelings, emotions, loves and blessings. I have developed quite a love for Honduras.  My love is for the people itself, and that is what draws me back again and again. Hondurans are so […]

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The Road Divided

Last month, my wife and I went on our first mission trip together and my first mission trip ever.  I was a little anxious because I did not know what to expect, do not speak Spanish, and was unsure how God could use me.  What I found out was that hugs, smiles, high-fives, laughter, and the love […]

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When the heart stops…

On September 3rd, the day that Saul Romero was planning on presiding over his youngest sister’s wedding, he suffered a heart attack and was rushed to the emergency room of a nearby hospital where he was held in stable but critical condition.  Care, testing and procedures are much slower to get done in Honduras. Pastor […]

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Your Word is a Lamp unto my Feet

Perhaps you’ve noticed that every little holiday in Honduras becomes kind of a big deal.  This is because the government dictates that the schools celebrate them in just the right way.  September is Bible month in Honduras, and even though the government doesn’t require that we celebrate it, we decided to make it a really […]

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Going to the Nations

This blog was written by Megan Eastabrook, a very special young woman who has faithfully come to serve alongside us for one week every summer for six years now!  We are so thankful for her servant’s heart and passion in furthering God’s Kingdom in Honduras! On the morning of our first day in Honduras, we […]

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Immeasurably More

“Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us.” Ephesians 3:20. I believe that this is a scripture packed full of promises, and I believe that my finite human mind has a hard time truly grasping ALL that […]

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Meet our New Principal, Ms. Gabriela Casco!

Selecting a new principal for our school was a big decision, but when we met Ms. Casco, we knew we had found a real gem!  Born and raised in Tegucigalpa, the fifth of six children, and the daughter of pastors, she has a great awareness of the troubled backgrounds and spiritual needs of our students.  […]

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