Comayagua Project 2015
by Michael J. Miller, Jr.
On the outskirts of the city of Comayagua extremely poor people have created a squatters village. Roughly 400 or more men, women and children live in make-shift huts with no running water, or electricity or septic system. They are truly destitute; no jobs, no healthcare, no financial support, and little hope.
We have been serving two years to these people by preaching the word, healing and casting out demons, and this is one phase of work we do at what we call the “Comayagua Project”.
During 2015 we have taken our teams out to this project and they have seen and experienced the poverty that is in Honduras.
Our Boys Youth Group is making a difference by using their tithe from the year of sales on Saturday, and also by contributing their own personal tithe from any income the get from working. They were able to purchase 60 tubs and fill them with food and put four plastic plates in each tub as well. They had noticed that all the Frisbees the teams handed out were being used as plates to eat from.
While handing these tubs out we heard from the people they are receiving them as a blessing from God because many have nothing to eat or haven’t eaten in two days. While visiting one home, Alejandra, who had demons and was liberated by the Lord from them, invited her entire family to come and listen to me preach. While preaching six people came to Christ and were changed completely. We laid hands on them and ask for the Holy Spirit to baptize them in Jesus’ name. Alejandra was so moved she started to preach in the Spirit, and many said, “Isn’t this the woman who was drunk for 20 years and possessed?” Now she is preaching the Word like an experienced pastor. God is making huge amounts of change and moving us to continue to grow a community of believers in Christ’s name!