A Social Enterprise Full of Faith, Hope & Love

Mission Lazarus

What began in 2001 as a humanitarian seed project in Honduras, Mission Lazarus has since grown into a non-profit employing over 150 people in Honduras, Haiti and the United States. Created by Jarrod and Allison Brown, this social enterprise has a strong foundation built upon faith, and continues to offer sustainable jobs while sharing Christ's love. It was during Jarrod's 10 month commitment to use his business skills {he studied International Business at Abilene Christian University} to assist in ministerial growing pains where he noticed how much opportunity he had to make a difference. He met his wife, Allison, while she was on a medical missions trip, and in 2003 she opened Mission Lazarus' first clinic to provide care for women and children in southern Honduras. The clinic even provides care for children of special needs, and in 2008, she opened their first refuge for at-risk children. Today, their operations in both Honduras and Haiti include Spiritual, Educational, Medical, and Agricultural outreaches. Click below to see the beautiful products made by artisans in their vocational schools - for every purchase, you are helping support the many sustainable programs Mission Lazarus has created over the years!

p.s. there is a wonderful discount code for the dad's this Father's Day!

Mission Lazarus glorifies God by advancing His Kingdom through holistic ministry & social enterprise with educational, medical, agricultural & spiritual outreaches.
— Mission Lazarus

I've been feeling spoiled the last few mornings drinking their San Lazaro Coffee. It is SO good. With flavors of chocolate, tangerine and nuts, this roast has a little something for everyone. The coffee beans are grown at an elevation of 5,000 feet with organic methods by empowered farmers. Choose from dark or medium roast, ground or whole bean, and pair it with a handmade mug by Tennessee artist Susan Rodehaver of Turtleware Pottery. All coffee profits support the 48 children living in their Honduras refuge. 

My Ana Julia Tote has gone everywhere with me this past month. It is the perfect size for those who have a lot on their plate & have to take it all around with them ;) Plus, this tote comes in 6 colors {this is the chocolate}! Made of 100% leather, their handbags are built to last and the craftsmanship is beautiful. The Ana Julia is just one of the many products made by students in their vocational schools - check below for a few more lovelies! 

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Matias Briefcase | Braided Bracelet | Belleza Camera Strap | Bi-lingual Spanish/English Bible

Use code DADSARERAD for 15% off your entire purchase! 

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