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Click on any of the links below to begin exploring the site:Seek The Lamb is a non-profit organization on a mission of Following our Lord Jesus Christ, Loving the People around us, and Actively Serving their needs. We are very orthodox but not very "religious" Christians, and we love the Adventure of the work of the Kingdom! Here is what we are doing this month:
The 2013 school year is beginning for Project Ezra, our Primary and Secondary education outreach to Miskito Indian Children in seven communities along the Rio Coco in N.E. Nicaragua. Enrollment this year is over 1300.
This is our 27th year of teaching Miskito children and adults reading, writing, and the other academic subjects, along with Principles for living from the Bible.
We call this "Project Ezra" after a famous Biblical refugee. We began this project in 1986 and have educated thousands of children and adults over the past 27 years.
Now most of our teachers are our former students who graduated from high school and whom we hired back to teach in their native villages.
In addition, we have established an outreach to the international travelers who come to the island of Utila off the north coast of Honduras.
Rio Coco Cafe Ministry
One of the most spectacular underwater dive destinations is Utila, an island off the north coast of Honduras. Young and old come from all the countries of Europe, North America, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, and South America for scuba diving and general fun.
We have established a ministry outreach called the Rio Coco Cafe on Utila.
It is a coffee store to serve them a good brew, and good conversations!
Everyday, Monday through Saturday, we serve delicious drinks and food, and stimulating conversation! We are seeing the fruit! Click here for more!
In addition, we also have a Rio Coco Cafe at the airport in Vero Beach Florida, where we roast all the Rio Coco Bean Coffee. With an international flight school right across the runway, we are serving many Europeans along with our local friends.
All the while, we continue with a ministry of teaching the historical and cultural background of the Bible in the United States and Israel.
We tell about our adventures in our monthly newsletter-
Catch up on events with our ministry by reading our monthly newsletter.
Michael writes this month:
We just returned from a few weeks on the Rio Coco. It was nice to see our friends and catch up on life. It was even better to see what God has accomplished in our absence. We had our annual Project Ezra Teacher Conference a few weeks ago in Waspam. One of the attendees was Centeno James— a former student who has been teaching in our schools for more than 10 years. I always enjoy seeing Centeno and catching up on his growing kids and his work. He told me something amazing: For the first time in the history of the lower Rio Coco, we have had students graduate from high school! 14 graduated at the end of the 2012 academic year and we have 16 enrolled in the final year of “Plan Basico” at our secondary school in the village of Living Creek. Click here to contine reading
We arrived back from Nicaragua stirred up in our hearts to maintain and propel forward in the call of God on our lives to serve our friends on the Rio Coco. Of course the needs abound…third world legit needs that most here in the first world would not be able to relate to. They shout loudly in our faces and reach places in our hearts we sometimes wish they wouldn’t. But there it is…real people with real needs with no one to really stand up for them. GOD HAS BEEN THE PROVIDER OF US ALL and we have all watched him begin, sustain and grow a project we thought was only for a temporary season of life. We have had the privilege of serving with three generations of our Miskito friends now with grandkids being born and raised. Teachers who were once little students running around now being responsible leaders of their communities trying to raise their family and help their people.
Deep & Significant Spiritual Studies
In our years of ministry and travel in Central America, Europe, America, and the Middle East, we have learned many things that we want to pass on! We have traveled to many Biblical sites in Israel, Greece, Turkey, and Rome. Our work on the Rio Coco has given us a perspective on our Christian Faith that steps outside the American norm.Take a few steps with usin some discussions on what relationsahip with God is all about. Warning! You will encounter no religion here.
Looking for more insights into our faith and our application of Biblical Principles?
Our Seek The Lamb team is blessed to have:
Thomas Keogh - An acknowledged expert on cross cultural ministry and writer extraordinaire!
Click here to read Tom's latest insights into ministry and life in the Miskito culture.
Michael Bagby - historian, pilot, and coffee roaster! Michael writes extensively about Biblical Culture and application of Biblical Principles in our current culture.
Click here to read Michael's perspectives.
We Welcome Your Donations!
We have operated on the "Team Concept" for over 27 years, and through all of us doing our part as God assigns us, we have together accomplished many notable things.
1) We have educated over 15,000 children in our primary schools along the Rio Coco in Honduras and Nicaragua;
2) We have constructed many school buildings and provided many children and adults with books and learning materials;
3) We have hosted numerous pastoral training conferences in Honduras and Nicaragua;
4) We have hosted a weekly radio show on the "Rio Coco FM" station featuring Onofre Zamora, one of the most capable Miskito Bible teachers;
6) We have delivered tons of emergency relief supplies to desperate families in Nicaragua, Honduras, and Israel.
7) We have hosted Bible training seminars in Centra America, Israel, Hawaii, Florida, and other states.
We know that many of you are now using our online donation page to make your contribution to our school project, missionary support, and child sponsorship program. We thank you for your faithfulness!
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