Located on the far eastern shore of Honduras, La Mosquitia is only accessible by water and air. Considered to be the largest wilderness area in Central America, it is populated by indigenous and ethnic groups with over 100,000 residents.
Boasting a dirt runway, the capital city of Puerto Lempira sits on the shores of the Caratasca Lagoon. With just a few paved roads, nearly 50,000 people call Puerto Lempira home.
With 82% of the population being indigenous Miskito, the Miskito language is the dominant and official language of the region, followed by Mayangna and Spanish.
Due to the remoteness of the region, and difficulty in transportation, there are few missionary efforts in La Mosquitia. With villages scattered throughout the vast plains, there is a great need for evangelistic outreach, and strategic church planting efforts.
Envisioned to establish the CORE Missions Basecamp, we believe that with the combined efforts of like-minded ministries, much work can be accomplished through evangelistic outreaches, Bible and ministry training, medical relief aide, and homes for at-risk children.
For more information, and to learn how we plan to use the property, please watch this short video below.
What we do
Supporting National Pastors
Bible Truth Institute
PO Box 3061
McDonough, GA 30253
Equipping missionaries, supporting national pastors, reaching remote villages with the Gospel of Christ.
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