In Siguateque, Honduras, World Reach missionary Andy Castillo is embarking on a project to bring healing to the ill and hope to the youth of Honduras. The “San Francisco Project,” is an initiative to build what will be referred to as the CAFFIN Ministry Complex. The vision for the CAFFIN Complex is four-fold, centered around the people of the San Francisco neighborhood of Siguatepeque and the surrounding areas of Barrio Oriente and Chorreritas. The four primary ministry components for the site include:
1. Ministry Center – a church facility for the spiritual care of up to 150 people (in the initial phase)
2. Educational Center – a high school equivancy program, with an initial capacity of 100 students.
3. Medical Center – a clinic, with the potential to expand the medical facility.
4. Vocational Training Center – a variety of skills-training programs will be offered.
Each of these areas of ministry will deal with spiritual and physical needs of the San Francisco population. From educating the youth of the region to gain meaningful and gainful employment to providing medical care to the ill, the CAFFIN Complex will provide for so many humanitarian needs of this Honduras community, while also more importantly, providing an atmosphere for Christian leaders to bring the Gospel to the youth, rescuing them from the streets and the dangers of gang violence and providing them with a hope for a bright future, and a relationship with their Saviour Jesus Christ. Would you like to contribute to the construction of this complex, and the development and spiritual growth of this community, click on the “Support San Francisco Project” Button below!
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