Hope of Jesus (Esperanza de Jesus)
Located in San Pedro Sula region
Hope of Jesus, also known as Esperanza de Jesus, is a private Christian home located near San Pedro Sula, Honduras. It offers protection and care for orphaned and vulnerable children. The children come from a wide variety of social and cultural backgrounds, but all share the need for a stable and secure environment where they can thrive and grow. In addition, the Hope Farm coffee plantation provides job opportunities to local families while helping to provide much-needed funding for ongoing ministry efforts.
Children rescued from abuse and neglect by the protective system of the Honduran government are placed in the care of Hope of Jesus and are provided individualized physical, spiritual, emotional, and educational support. With strong biblical teaching and compassionate counseling, the children are equipped with the tools needed to break the vicious and often violent cycle of poverty not only for themselves but for generations to come. Orphan Outreach partners with Hope of Jesus, providing expertise and resources to transform and diversify the types of quality assessment and care being provided to the orphaned and vulnerable in Honduras, including family-based care, family preservation and reintegration, privatized foster care, and community outreach programs. Hope of Jesus was founded by the Honduran Episcopal Church as a refuge for orphaned, abandoned, and vulnerable children in December 2010. Mike and Kim Miller, missionaries with the Society of Anglican Missionaries and Senders(SAMS) were invited by the church to both found and direct both the home and coffee plantation. Purchase coffee at hopefarmcoffee.com