Facilitate Change

Building Confidence | Teaching Sustainability | Giving Hope

Education

Teaching skilled trades like: woodworking, metal working, welding, lutherie, car repair, instrument repair, baking, entrepreneurship, as well as pre- and post-natal support for women.

discipleship

Building relationships using the gifts and skills God has given us; and serving, living with, and loving in humility all who God places in our path for the praise and glory of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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community development

Working alongside the local church and other established ministries to serve in impoverished communities with house construction, basic sanitation, emergency nutrition, and education.

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What does love look like? It has the hands to help others. It has the feet to hasten to the poor and needy. It has eyes to see misery and want. It has the ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of men. That is what love looks like.

– augustine

WHO WE ARE

Jacob and Amanda Marchlewski

We are Jacob and Amanda Marchlewski. Originally from Pensacola, Florida on the Emerald Coast in the Florida Panhandle.  We have been living in Honduras as long term missionaries since early 2015. We have been married for 15 years and we have 6 awesome kiddos.  Our heart and desire is to serve and honor Christ with the gifts and abilities that he has placed within us by using them as a springboard to share the hope and truth of His gospel with the lost, vulnerable, and under-served.  We use education, discipleship, and community development as a way of building relationships with the goal of drawing people to the One who can fulfill every true need, Jesus Christ.

We are Jacob and Amanda Marchlewski. Originally from Pensacola, Florida on the Emerald Coast in the Florida Panhandle.  We have been living in Honduras as long term missionaries since early 2015. We have been married for 15 years and we have 6 awesome kiddos.  Our heart and desire is to serve and honor Christ with the gifts and abilities that he has placed within us by using them as a springboard to share the hope and truth of His gospel with the lost, vulnerable, and under-served.  We use education, discipleship, and community development as a way of building relationships with the goal of drawing people to the One who can fulfill every true need, Jesus Christ.

emergency food relief

We primarily live and work in Honduras, Central America where 70% of the population live in extreme poverty.  When there are crisis situations, those whose lives depend on day to day provision are left in a very vulnerable position and are often unable to work as needed in order to provide for themselves and their families. Floods, droughts, political unrest, and even pandemics have a tremendous effect on this section of the population.  We are uniquely positioned to serve during these challenging times by aligning with and working alongside the local Honduran church to reach the rural areas quickly in order to help provide emergency nutrition, basic sanitation, water, and the life giving hope of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

 Our Sponsorship Programs

Beginning Carpentry and discipleship class

Supply tools, workbenches, class materials, and other supplies for individual students.

adult and continuing education

Encourage Honduran men and women as they learn new skills to start businesses

 Community development and outreach

Help bring about change in impoverished communities through partnership with the local church

plan your visit

short-term mission opportunities

Are you interested in learning more about international missions opportunities?  Would you like to experience a different culture and see how God moves in Latin America?  Bring your team and serve along side us on a short-term trip!

plan your visit

short-term mission opportunities

Are you interested in learning more about international missions opportunities?  Would you like to experience a different culture and see how God moves in Latin America?  Bring your team and serve along side us on a short-term trip!

Foster care and adoption

More than “ministry”

Meet “Rosie”

We are also foster parents to an amazing 4 year old girl who has lived with us since she was 1 month old.  “R” was born with cleft lip and palate and has had the first two major surgeries of many in her life.  Our hope is to adopt her and be her forever family.  This is a long, tumultuous, and uncertain process and we put our hope in Jesus for the best possible outcome for “R” and our family.