He has shown you, O man, what is good.
And what does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God.
With this as our guiding verse, the Micah Project ministers to street-connected youth in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
“Mike, it’s time for me to go back to Honduras and make things right. I need to fix my mistakes so I can move on with my life.”
“Julio, you know that danger waits for you there. I understand that you were just looking for justice for your brother, Axel, when you tried to find his killers. But how is justice served if they end up killing you, too?”
“I’ve thought about that. But if I want to move on, I’ve got to confront the people who have threatened me for so long. I’m ready to face them no matter what happens so I can put it behind me.” ...
To know the Micah Project’s three high school graduates is to see with your own eyes the life-changing love of God. You might not make that connection right away: when you look at their high school graduation pictures from our November 13 ceremony, they seem like any other bright-eyed grads excited about the future...
The Micah Project entered 2020 with a plan for a year-long celebration of our 20th anniversary, which was to culminate with a huge party in November to which you were going to be invited! Those plans changed overnight last March when the world shut down due to COVID-19. Facing a months-long lockdown here in Honduras, we also saw a growing number of kids and families on the streets, and neighbors who were no longer able to put food on the table due to the shuttered economy...