President and founder of Give Missions. He is an Information Technology Manager by profession. He has experience teaching high school. Carl has worked in education for more than 25 years and has a heart for helping the underprivileged in and outside the United States. In 2015, Carl received a message from God through a visiting minister which explains the calling he now has on his life. He had no idea where God would take him in 2016 and beyond.
Vice-President, Co-founder of Give Missions. She is an Information Technology Manager by profession. Sylvia has worked in the Education industry for more than 35 years. She has worked teaching English to a Spanish speaking community. She has experience with translation services and has assisted other churches to establish this ministry in their church. She has also coordinated mission trips, and taught Sunday school. In 2015 God placed a deep desire in her heart for Missions that has led to Give Missions for the honor and glory of God.
Jacqueline D. Lopez, a Give Missions Director. Jacqueline has a heart for missions and the underprivileged. God has allowed her to walk a road where she has not only experienced it but God has continuously used her divine healing to reach others for Christ. Jacqueline currently works in customer service and the mission field.
Founder and Director of Give Missions Honduras. She is a nurse, she volunteers with numerous social programs, and with local and international organizations and churches. She has experience with children's centers, health care programs and compassion ministries. Planning and coordinator for missions.
Co-founder and sub Director of Give Missions Honduras. Harry is an attorney by profession. He is knowlegeable in agriculture, construction and business. He provides fundamental support in the development of missions' projects. He is a people trainer, a preacher and teacher of the Word of God.
Youth leader, Give Missions Honduras, interpreter, bible teacher, and works with children. His experience spans from working with “Castle of King” ministries in Assemblies of God churches.
Rachael Broussard caught the Give Missions' vision early in the formation of Give Missions. She has been a top supporter of Give Missions. She has experience with Information Technology, Customer Service, Marketting and Coordination.
Lynn Clair, mission minded and woman of God. After visiting Honduras, she could not ignore the deep desire to help the people of Honduras. She has led the school supplies project since 2016 for approximately 200 children each year.
The total cost of this project is: $4,000
Debra Bates Edwards – aka “Debbie”
Debbie was born and raised in the state of Mississippi and has resided in the state of Texas since 1982. She has worked for many years in the areas of budgeting and finance. God called her at an early childhood age because of passion to assist the elderly. As an adult, she received another confirmation from God on His purpose for her life, when she was given a book by a friend, labeled “Purpose Driven Life” by Author and Minister Rick Warren. After reading, she knew for sure this was indeed a mission that she was to carry out through God’s guidance. Debra answered “YES” to God’s calling. She has been an advocate for helping and giving to God’s people in various areas during God’s mission for her life. Debra has partnered up with Give Missions Non-Profit Organization, to spread love throughout the world by giving back to communities.
The Toy Drive Coordinator must plan and coordinate a toy drive for 300. Toys must be shipped to Honduras in July of each year in order to arrive in Honduras in early August for wrapping and tagging. The toys are distributed on or approximately September 10th for The Day of the Child.
Total Cost of this project is: $600
This is a fund raising position to pay for each box that is sent to Honduras. Approximately 30 boxes are sent to Honduras each year at $200 each.
Total cost of this project is: $6,000
The Day of the Child Coordinator, will find donors to either give the items or funds to purchase items that cannot be bought in the US. The items typically needed are 3 cakes, 12 piñatas, candy to fill piñatas, candy for candy bags, funds to feed the 3 communities. Total Cost of this project is: $2,000
The Christmas Baskets Coordinator will be responsible to fundraise to buy 70 baskets with groceries for 70 families. Each basket has an approximate cost of $50.
The total cost of this project is: $3,500