Photo by Michael Bagby
“a non-profit corporation dedicated to helping people understand the Love of God through our efforts to help those around us. Actions speak louder than words.”
“to make many friends, and have as much adventure in this life as possible.”
Adventure: A risky undertaking; a remarkable experience.
1) Rio Coco Primary and Secondary School Project.
We have 1300 students in grades Kinder thru 12 in seven communities along the lower Rio Coco of Honduras/Nicaragua. We began these schools in 1986-87 during the Sandinista War. Over these past 28 years, thousands of Miskito Indian children have received a free education thanks to the efforts of many individuals, churches, and businesses around the world. For the full story on our Rio Coco Education project, please click here.
2) Rio Coco Café Ministry
Coffee is the friendship drink, and we are serving hundreds of cups each day on the island of Utila off the north coast of Honduras and in Vero Beach Florida. The Rio Coco Cafes are part of our funding for the school project along with giving us opportunity to meet new friends from all over the world. Here is more information on the Rio Coco Cafe Utila Ministry.
Here is what is Brewing Today at the Rio Coco Cafe in Vero Beach!
Here is a short video about the Rio Coco Cafe Utila Ministry
3) Life Principle Studies
Lessons gained from our adventures in Hawaii, Central America, Europe, America, and the Middle East with a focus on extracting principles of Truth from the Word of God. Laura Bagby, Thomas Keogh, and Michael Bagby share their experiences in their personal blogs.
Click on these links to take you to each page:
4) Rio Coco Beans Coffee
We import and purchase specialty coffee from around the world and roast it slowly and in small batches at our roastery in Vero Beach Florida. This private business is part of our fundraising efforts for the Rio Coco School Project. We encourage you to indulge yourself in our "100% Humanic (TM)" coffee. It is a "Good Coffee with a Great Cause". Purchase Rio Coco Bean Coffee at our online store.
Each month we publish a bulletin that includes teaching, project updates, and opportunities to participate in this adventure. We call it “The Conchshell Chronicles”, because the conch shell is a means of communicating in the Hawaiian Islands and in the Caribbean it provides a tasty chowder that we love!
Here is our online library of past issues. It's an opportunity to be encouraged by what God has done in our midst.
You may participate in any of our projects through our online donation page. The ministries of Seek The Lamb as well as our volunteer team are totally funded through donations from individuals, churches, the Rio Coco Cafes, and Rio Coco Beans Coffee Co. We are an approved I.R.S. 501 ( c ) ( 3) non-profit organization. Each donation is tax deductable. You may donate here at our secure PayPal page.
We are blessed to have aan international team serving at Seek The Lamb.
You may call us at the Rio Coco Café Vero Beach at 772-226-5760, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For More info on Seek The Lamb, here is the "Full Story" page.