Seek The Lamb Inc. is a non-profit corporation registered in the state of Hawaii with offices in Vero Beach Florida and Waspam Nicaragua.
We are glad that you joined us for a time of inspiration, education, and being part of an incredible adventure that began in 1984. In these pages, read about
Click here to see the visual story of the beginnings of our school project. Project Ezra Beginnings
Click here to read some of the incredible "circumstances" that surrounded the founding of a school project that is in its 23rd year.
Seek The Lamb began as an outreach to Miskito Indians in Honduras and Nicaragua in 1984 as a refugee emergency assistance relief, but it was soon obvious that God had more planned. Look at what He has done so far. . . .
1986 — Primary Education Schools in remote villages along the Rio Coco and Rio Kruta in Nicaragua/Honduras.
1989 — Educating Miskito adults through an adult literacy program.
1990 — Our first of many pastoral training seminars in Nicaragua.
1992 — Our first Bible seminars in Hawaii and Florida;
1994 — Wrote a Bible curriculum in the Miskito language for use in our schools.
1996 --- Wrote and published Just Another Lump of Clay, the incredible story of our adventure in Central America;
1997 — Travel to Israel with our Miskito leaders for a study “on location” of the life of Jesus and Biblical culture.
1999 — Began teaching discipleship and cross-cultural ministry seminars at the School of Worship in Jerusalem,
2000 — Relief project to Christian families in Bethlehem and Israel who were caught in the middle of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
2003 --- Our first Deep Water Discipleship extended training in Nicaragua;
2004 ---- We started our coffee import company, Rio Coco Beans, for the expressed purpose of making $$ for the school project, and drinking excellent coffee!
2005 — Published a discipleship study, Living in the Spiritual World, collaborating with Dr. Randall Smith of the Jerusalem Institute for Biblical Studies.
2007 — Opened first Secondary school (grades 7-9) in Living Creek Nicaragua.
2011 -- Began the Outreach to Utila Bay Island Honduras by opening the Rio Coco Cafe in August.
2011 -- Opened the Rio Coco Cafe Vero Beach on December 5th to reach the international flight students at the Vero Beach Airport as well as the local college & High school students, along with all the coffee lovers along the Treasure Coast.
2013 -- Opened the second cafe in Vero Beach at the Jungle Club Sports Complex to reach those interested in physical and spiritual conditioning.
2014 -- Purchased the property of the Rio Coco Cafe Utila in the Bay Islands of Utila. We began our repairs and renovations of the property.
3) Our Coffee and Bead Jewelry business;
In 2004 we began importing coffee from Nicaragua, roasting it here in the U.S., and selling it to make a profit for our schools in Nicaragua. Coffee experts around the world tell us that we have some of the most tastly beans on the planet.
See for yourself. Become a member of our coffee club and automatically receive Rio Coco Bean coffee delivered to your doorstep each month!
We share our profits with other ministries who are making a differance in their communities.
Many prayers and financial gifts are needed.
Please click here to discover specific ways you can get involved and help.
Please take a look at our photo albums! They are located on the left side of the page!
To read the latest edition of our newsletter, The Conchshell Chronicles, please click here.
We have posted many "perspectives" on living here on Planet Earth the way God intends us to. These are the product of our work and living in Central America, Israel, and the United States. You will find them encouraging and stimulating! Click here for the Biblical Studies Menu.
8) Here are some Helpful Quick Links:
Here are the quick links to our Team Blogs
Tom has lived among the Miskitos since 1979 and is an expert in cross cultural ministry and bi-lingual education. You will enjoy his comments on our project, and the Miskito people.
Nutie is an famous recording artist and worship leader. She has been working with the Miskito culture since 2002, and offers incredible insight into our project.
Laura arrived in 1987 to begin a life long work with the Miskitos. Being from the Hawaiian-Japanese culture, Laura is very sensitive to the currents running through the culture as well as through her four children, and others who join us on the river. She offers some incredible insights through her monthly "Lamb Bleatings" that appears in the Conchshell Chronicles.
Maik was one of the founders of the original Miskito project in 1985. He first travelled to Miskitia on a "two week" trip in November of 1984, and has been working with Truman and Augusto ever since. Maik's previous jobs as a Naval Aviator, moving company employee, photographer, ice cream scooper, and disco manager have all contributed skills to for his present position. If you can figure out what that is, please email him with that information! Michael has a degree in history which has provided him with the necessary background to understand and communicate the current happenings.