The Start of a Vision

The original vision began with helping girls over the age of 18 transition from the orphanages they grew up in to successful living through education and mentoring in a Christian home. Since then, God has enlarged the borders of the ministry to include younger girls, from toddlers to teens, as well as special needs and handicapped girls. We continue to provide loving care, education, and spiritual guidance to equip young Honduran girls with the Christian life skills needed
in their journey to becoming thriving women of God, healthy in mind, body and spirit.

A Vision for the Future

The vision of EFP's future is to continue providing the love of family, the gift of education, and the power of faith in Christ to children of Honduras.  With over 50% below the poverty line the country is filled with children who cannot even have their basic needs met.  Clothing, food, basic nutrition, and healthcare are scarce or completely foreign to them.  EFP is already changing this - it is already breaking this cycle of poverty - but the vision is to continue to multiply that success and aid those in our local community

Land and a Home

For many in Honduras features such as a ceiling are considered unnecessary.  Roofs may be in disrepair.  Floors may be dirt.  EFP plans to build a quality home that provides a safe environment for raising children. 

It has been a dream since EFP started 12 years ago to have our own property and a house to fit our needs. There have been ups and downs along that road when we have thought that something was right only to have it fall through in the very end, but we always knew that it was in God’s hands and that we could peacefully wait on his timing.

Just a short ride from where we live now, sits 11+ beautiful acres of farmland and lava rock.  With enough land to fit our vision of a homesteading pocket neighborhood and school, with lake access for adventures and fishing, this property will serve us more than we could have ever imagined.


EFP currently rents a small building in which classes are held.  On the land EFP will own a small building will be erected to continue providing a bi-lingual education to it children to prepare them to live on their own and go to college.  This is an essential part of breaking these children out of the cycle of poverty they were born into.


The recent purchase of land in 2016 will provide EFP the ability to locate more missionaries to Honduras to begin their forever families.  While saving each child in Honduras from the cycle of poverty is a large task, EFP wants to continue building the kingdom of God one forever family at a time.

You can help!

If you want to grow our vision fund and help break the cycle of poverty for children in Honduras, please go to the donate now page and donate!