The Garifuna people of Central America number approximately 75,000 and live in the countries of Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.1 They are known for their music and dance — in 2001, their music, dance, and language were proclaimed as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.2
Kelly and Jenni Conrady
Kelly and Jenni Conrady are Assemblies of God missionaries to the nation of Honduras. They bring the good news of Jesus to the Garifuna people in a region where there are fifty villages and only two evangelical churches. With a goal of planting 48 churches in the region (one for every unreached village), Kelly and Jenni will begin by building relationships with families and their children through after school programs and Convoy of Hope’s feedONE program which funds daily feeding programs for school children in eleven different countries, including Honduras.
Through the relationships they build, Jenni and Kelly will share the gospel, disciple new believers, and raise up and train leaders to plant churches.
You can learn more about Jenni and Kelly's ministry and how to pray for them by visiting their website and signing up for their newsletter, by reading Jenni's blog, and/or by following them on Facebook.
And you can support Kelly and Jenni financially by signing up to support them on a monthly basis or to contribute a one-time gift at their giving page.