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Prayer request:  God is an awesome God. And He is our provider.

We are asking for fervent prayer for our budget. The clinic is costing $3,500 a month. $1,500 of that is paying the doctor, nurse and the clerical person that serve the patients. The rest goes to medicine and supplies. We are blessed to have the wonderful staff that is a great part of the workings of this ministry. They would volunteer if they could however they all have expenses and need income. In Honduras they have Aguinaldo which is two months out 

of the year, June and December where they get payed double. This is one of those months. We have been making up for the shortfall of our budget where we can. God has given us special gifts to get by the last few months.

We thank everyone who is a monthly partner of HRM. We believe that God is wanting to share the blessing of being a part of this ministry with more of you. If you are not a monthly partner this is the time and the opportunity for you to became a part of Heaven’s Reach Ministries by giving $50 to $100 per month we can reach our goal of $3,500 for this clinic. If you want to give a onetime gift we need $5,000 to make it through this month and meet our obligations.

We personally have taken less from the ministry this year to help meet this budget. HRM receives $4,700 and our expenses are $7,500. That is an opportunity of $2500. Please become a partner today by clicking here or give a onetime gift by clicking here.



 2016 Year in review. Your donations in action!

As our partner you did these things with us.


Feeding the Hungry: this feeding center gives food and teaches Jesus to the 
hungry children of Lepaterique in our church plant every week.

           


   






Reaching the villages with medical clinics, food                      Teaching Sustainable Healthy Living to expecting distribution and teaching Christ.                                         Mothers and giving food, clothes, and personal items.

 

                   

Training church leaders and pastors in discipleship               Training farm workers in agriculture as 
and evangelism in conferences.                                                  we disciple and empower them.

 

           

School outreach and bible classes.                                    Planting churches and reaching communities

           

Helping families feed their babies and receive                    Scholarship disadvantaged children to attend a
specialized medical care such as this baby                        Christian bilingual k through 12th grade school, 
who has a hole in her heart.                                              opening future opportunities and changing lives.

             
Ministering in the local hospitals as we give                   HRM opened our first clinic providing general and
small gifts to the patients.                                              prenatal care with ultrasounds 

We also distributed equipment and supplies to 4 hospitals d 3 clinics beyond our own and received our second clinic that will open in 2017.



We have been given an other ‘Clinic in a Can’. This is a 40ft container that has been made into a medical clinic. It will provide permanent & consistent healthcare for those that cannot otherwise receive it. The clinic has 2 exam rooms, a lab, and a procedure room. 







It comes almost completely equipped with exam tables, lab equipment, lights, a procedure chair, maternal/fetal monitor, plumbing and electric.


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What does this mean?

  1. A permanent and stationary clinic for men, women and children in Intibucá, Honduras to come to 5-7 days a week.

  2. It will allow us to perform needed lab tests and physical exams that are needed to treat not only immediate illnesses but chronic illnesses.

  3. We will be able to give prenatal care.

  4. We can have periodic dental clinics using the procedure room.

  5. We can perform stitches or minor surgical procedures.

  6. We will be able to provide medications for not only colds and minor illnesses but for chronic health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and hypothyroidism.

  7. We will be able to have a continuous impact on the health of the poor of Honduras.

  8. We will be able to share the love of Jesus with every patient we see.


Why is this important?

  1. The maternal mortality rate is 100 per 100,000, which means that in 2010 there were 8,046 women that died during pregnancy or after delivery. Of this statistic most of these women come from the impoverished communities of Honduras due to lack of nutrition, prenatal care and lack of medical care.

  2. The mortality rate of children under the age of 5 is 23 out of 1,000 births. Which means that in 2012 there were 5,000 children that died under the age of 5.  

  3. 9.9% of infants born are born with low birth weight, which means 20,493 babies were born with low birth weight from 2008-2012.

  4. The Gross National Income for Honduras is $2,070 vs the GNI of the USA $52,610.

(Statistics are from UNICEF, Dec 2013 & World Health Organization)


What do we need you to do?

  1. We need prayer for this clinic to improve the lives of the Hondurans by improving healthcare, longevity of life, and quality of life and that the love of Jesus will be shown.

  2. We need $6,000 by November 17th to ship the clinic from the states to Honduras on December 1, 2014. 


Become a monthly partner today.        



    These are the new villages we are working in this month. We found this village just miles from La Esperanza --no missionaries are there, nor is there a christian church. 


    There are over 600 people in this village cluster and no declared Christians. We are looking for teams to come and help us show the love of God to these villages.




    They received the new testament this week. If they read it all the way through, they will get a full version.



    Come out to the Arvest Ballpark and Hit a Home-run for Healthy click here

    Dean Lowman was interviewed on the Radio click here to listen







    As of September 2012: The Sustainable Healthy Living program it being taught to the expectant mothers staying in Dormitories at the hospitals of both La Esperanza (Intibuca) and Gracias (Lempira). We are looking forward to working with more hospitals in Honduras next year.

    Come and tour the hospital of La Esperanza







    This week we start working in Gracias, Lempira, Honduras. We will be introducing the Sustainable Healthy Living program to the Alberge, a women's dorm for expectant mothers.  This is a photo of a nutrition class of the Sustainable Healthy Living program.


    The director of the Hospital in Gracias has allotted 2 acres for a garden to grow food for these women.  The budget for this location is $500 a month.  We currently have $30 a month in designated donations.  If you would like to help this project please email us.



    Gracias Lempira Honduras







    Our New NGO is Officially Started. Printed in the Honduran Legal newspaper makes the papaerwork complete. 
    This is a excerpt from our paperwork.  To see what we are doing, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.


    Perseverance and Trust!

    posted Jul 24, 2011, 1:08 PM by Dean Lowman   [ updated Jul 24, 2011, 1:12 PM ]

    Our July newsletter Perseverance & Trust is out.



    Haiti! Close Up

    posted Nov 1, 2010, 5:02 AM by Dean Lowman

    a report of Melissa's short-term mission trip to Haiti. Wow, read her personal account of this troubled nations and the great crusade she had the pleasure to be a part of. Click view below.

    Benefit Concert for Honduras

    posted Oct 27, 2010, 6:20 PM by Dean Lowman   [ updated Oct 27, 2010, 6:50 PM ]

    Clean Water for Honduras


    Safe drinking water is scarce world-wide.  It is no different in Honduras. Greater Works Fall Tour will visit Fayetteville, Arkansas with the Rhett Canipe Concert benefitting Clean Water for Honduras.  You are invited to attend this concert November 5, 2010, at the Christian Life Cathedral Student Center, 7:00PM.  Please pass this along to your friends and family.

     

    Greater Works is a ministry from Dallas, Texas, providing clean drinking water world-over.  Greater Works has committed to drill a clean-water well for the women's shelter at the public hospital in La Esperanza.  This is the only free hospital available to the Lenca Indians.  Expectant mothers hike five hours, then travel two hours in the back of a pickup to reach the hospital where they will give birth.  They arrive at the hospital as much as two weeks early. The women's shelter provides a bed for the expectant mothers and their families.  Unfortunately the hospital provides no food and only unsafe drinking water to the women. 

     

    Two years ago, Heaven's Reach Ministries, along with Mercy International, initiated a communal garden project to provide food.  The garden failed for lack of water for irrigation during the dry season.  This water project will supply not only desperately needed clean drinking water for the women's shelter, but also indispensable irrigation water for the communal garden. 

     

    Please come and enjoy the music of Rhett Canipe, and support this important project.  $10 donation suggested at the door.

     

    Haiti

    posted Oct 24, 2010, 10:03 AM by Dean Lowman   [ updated Oct 24, 2010, 10:07 AM ]

    Melissa is currently on a Short-term trip to Haiti conducting Medical Clinics.

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