Meet Our Guys

2018 is off to a fast start at the Jeremiah House.  We’ve welcomed 4 new young men into our home and 2 more into the program who are living on their own.  To start the year we have 9 young men living with us and 8 more who are part of the program but live with families or on their own.  We are excited about the future for all 17 of these young men and hope you will join us in praying that 2018 is a year of spiritual growth and life success for each person who comes through the doors of the Jeremiah House. We wanted to provide a quick update on all the young men of the Jeremiah House and let you see some of the goals they have set for 2018.

Meet Each of our Guys 2018

ArielAriel moved into the transition home in January.  He is enrolled in an adult education program that allows him to earn his high school degree in one year. Also, he is enrolled in a cell phone repair class in the vocational school near our home.  He is focused on all the homework and projects that he needs to do to make good grades.  His dream is to enter some sort of military service such as the Honduran Air-force.

Ariel is in need of 5 sponsors at $35-50 a month to help with expenses for food and schooling. Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House with a note of “Ariel Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!


JorgeJorge moved into the transition home in January.  He is enrolled in an adult education program that allows him to earn his high school degree in one year. Also, he is enrolled in a cell phone repair class in the vocational school near our home.  He is focused on all the homework and projects that he needs to do to make good grades.  He plans to study computers, and he appreciates this opportunity to help his family.

Jorge is in need is 3 sponsors at $35-50 a month to help with expenses for food and schooling. Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House with a note of “Jorge Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!


Franklin

Franklin moved into the transition home in January.  He is enrolled in an adult education program that allows him to earn his high school degree in one year. Also, he is enrolled in a mechanics program in the vocational school near our home.  He is focused on all the homework and projects that he needs to do to make good grades.  He loves working with his hands and is interested in becoming a carpenter.

Franklin’s biggest need right now is $150 for a personal mechanics tool set for motorcycle repair school.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House with a note of “Franklin Mechanics School”.   Donate Now!


ErickErick Ariel is in his first year of 8 year medical school at the private Catholic University here in Tegucigalpa.  He takes one semester off to work as a translator with BMDMI teams each year which also gives him a chance to work alongside of great doctors from the US in the villages. He is saving his money to buy a car. In his spare time, he helps us a lot with mentoring the younger men at the transition home and takes times to visit and encourage his brothers and grandmother.

Erick is in need of 6 sponsors at $50 a month to help with his costs of medical school and supplies.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “Erick Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!


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Crisitan Joel moved into the transition home in January.  He is enrolled in an adult education program that allows him to earn his high school degree in one year. Also, he is enrolled in a mechanics program in the vocational school near our home.  He is focused on all the homework and projects that he needs to do to make good grades.  Unsure what he will do after this year, he hopes to find a profession that will allow him to help other people – maybe something medical like physical therapy.

Cristian’s biggest need right now is $150 for a personal mechanics tool set for motorcycle repair school.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House with a note of “Cristian’s Mechanics School”.   Donate Now!


DennisDennis is continuing to work on his computer engineering degree at a private university here in Tegucigalpa. He also works full-time at customer service center for a US company using his English skills in chat support.  He works very hard and is very smart.  He is in the process of taking his next step of his transition by moving into his own apartment and living more independently.

Dennis’ biggest need right now is donations to purchase items and make deposits on his first apartment.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “Dennis Expenses”.  Donate Now!

 


LazaroLazaro graduated from high school in January with great grades. His dream is still to become a veterinarian and own his own farm. He is in the process of preparing to move to Argentina to study at a University there, but we are not sure of the time frame for this to happen.  In the meantime, he is searching for work and will continue his education by studying various vocational classes.  Once he has secured a job, he will rent his own apartment while we continue to help with his educational needs in Honduras.

Lazaro’s biggest need is donations to help with is visa a process and to help him get setup on his own for university. Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House with a note of “Lazaro Expenses”.  Donate Now!


Wilson

Wilson is a son of one of the Tias from GSCH.  He moved into the home 2 years ago, because he was riding the bus 2 hours each way each day because he could not afford to live a safe area of the city.  He is working hard to complete his degree in Business Information Systems and is searching for part time work.  When he has time-off from school, he visits is father and works with him.

Wilson is in need of 2 sponsors at  $35-50 a month to help with expenses for food and schooling. Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “Wilson Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!

 


RaulRaul moved into the transition home last year from another ministry here in Honduras that helps bring young men off the streets in the city.  He is working on completing high school. After finishing a course at the vocational school that will have him certified in construction of walls for homes and buildings, he will be doing an internship this year for experience. Raul is very self-motivated and hardworking, and he has been a great fit into the program.

Raul is in need of 2 sponsors at  $35-50 a month to help with expenses for food and school supplies and transportation.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “Raul Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!


 

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Cristian Samuel entered Police Academy in January.  It is a four-year program that includes a university degree in criminal investigations.  He also plans to study law in the future.  In his spare time, he can be found at the local soccer field and running. We look forward to him coming home to visit during Holidays and in his free time.

Cristian Samuel is in need of 2 sponsors at  $35-50 a month to help with expenses for food and school supplies and transportation.Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House with a note of “Cristian S Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!

 


 

Marvin

Marvin finished high school with good grades.  Currently he is visiting the United States for a few months and is exploring his options for colleges there.   He is a kind and helpful young man, and we are excited to see the plans God has for his future.

Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House with a note of “Marvin Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!

 


 

 

Armando

Armando is in high school and studying on the career to be an electrician and plans to attend university after high school.  We are assisting him this year with education at a public school near his family.  He is working in a restaurant on the weekends. We help provide school supplies and uniforms for him as needed throughout the year.

Armando is in need of 2 sponsors at  $35-50 a month to help with expenses for school supplies. Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “Armando Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!


 

MiguelMiguel is in high school in Zamorano.  His mother was a tia at GSCH when she passed away a few years ago during child birth.  His sister is working with the girls’ transition home in the city and is raising their younger brother.  He has realized that completing his education is the best way to help his family and secure a better future.  We help provide school supplies and uniforms for him as needed throughout the year.

Miguel is in need of 1 sponsors at  $35-50 a month to help with expenses for school supplies.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “Miguel Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!


ReneRenee grew up at GSCH.  He is living with family to help his mother and siblings that live with their mother. Last year, he rejoined the transition program.  He is working hard and is finally realizing that education is important.  This year he is half way through his 8th grade year. We help provide school supplies and uniforms along with other things needed throughout the year.

Renee is in need of 1 sponsors at  $35-50 a month to help with expenses for school supplies and additional items such as food for him and his family. Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House  with a note of “Renee Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!


GersonGerson lives part-time in our home.  His mother was once a Tia at GSCH.  He is working as many hours as possible at a local grocery store and has taken English classes.  He is planning to start university next semester.  Gerson is planning to earn a degree in Business.

Gerson is in need of 1 sponsors at  $35-50 a month to help with expenses for food and schooling.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “Gerson Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now! 

 


David

David is a son of a Tia at GSCH.  In January, he joined the program and has entered the Honduran Air Force which includes a university degree when he completes all his training in a few years.  He will be able to visit us and his family during holidays and breaks.  We are helping David with the supplies he needs to attend Air Force Academy.

David is in need a one time donations to help cover the cost of supplies while he  is in Air Force Academy.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “David Air Force”.  Donate Now!

 


Elvin

Elvin Posadas is the brother of the nurse that serves at GSCH.  He in his last year of college and is studying to become an electrical engineer.  He will also be completing an internship later this year.  This year we are providing him with a partial scholarship to help with living expenses and school supplies to help him finish this year strong.

Elvin is in need of 2 sponsors $35-50 a month to help with expenses for rent and school.  Donations can be made to the Jeremiah House general fund with a note of “Elvin Monthly Sponsorship”.  Donate Now!


Donations can also be made to the general fund to be used as needed or for emergencies.  These can be monthly donations or one time gifts.  Thank you for your support!

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