Hi; on behalf of Heaven’s Reach Ministries, I’d like to report that Dean and Melissa Lowman are wonderful leaders of a great outreach. Having met with them to review field reports and having them guests numerous times on our Open Heart Radio Broadcast I find their work in medical missions productive and growing. They have attended our church’s annual mission conference and brought great encouragement to people of how answering the Lord’s call can make faith come alive and bring genuine healing and care to people groups in need. I certainly do recommend them and their mission of hope to recover hurting souls in spirit, mind, and body.
Dr. Tim Warner
Dean and Melissa have been so dedicated in Honduras that I am so glad to be a part of this.
The assisting people that otherwise would have no other place to turn to is really due to a tireless effort that Dean and Melissa have done for so many years.
So many helped each year!
I loved interning with HRM helping in the feeding center and the school out reach. The warmth of the children as they waited in line as I brushed and beaded hair. I showed God’s Love with out words.
I teach the Honduran people that they can live better by using what they have better. I help coordinate teams and shipments of humanitarian aid to benefit the people through medical assistance and clinics.
Heavens Reach Ministries is an organization that works for the benefit of the people of Honduras through donation medical equipment to Hospitals, Health Centers, Clinics and other places in need, we also provided clases to expecting mothers and provide them with baby packs for their new born, we share the love of God to the community through a medical clinic that see 10,000 people a year, we also receive teams to do medical brigades, construction and different clinics with the kids in the area , i'm happy to be a part of this and help share the love of God with others.
We visited one of the clinics run by Heaven’s Reach Ministries and were able to speak with the staff a bit. It’s obvious they are passionate about what they do and that they are making an impact on the community, who finds in this clinic access to affordable, compassionate care that they just can’t get from state run facilities.
Heavens Reach Ministries is an organization that touch different areas in need in Honduras, Central America; trough the medical clinics, medicines, laboratories for all the people that can not afford it; donations to hospital and health centers around the area, feeding center for the kids, but the most important above all, we can show them the love of god and they receive the word of salvation and accepting Jesus in their heart. Is been a great experience be a part of all of that.
Dean and Melissa are hard workers and I am happy to call them friends.
I don't know any other couple who has sacrificed and given of their own resources to the extent that they have.
Being the hands and feet of Jesus and loving with His heart are not easy tasks, yet with JOY they serve and live out God's love.
This ministry cares for people by ministering to their body, souls and spirits.
Melissa and Dean have vision and passion and so much FAITH.
They have stepped out and believed God for BIG and WONDERFUL miracles and have seen HIS FATHFULNESS.
They are givers. They give LIFE and HOPE and provide medical resources for people who desperately need it.
What a blessing!
They have also created a working farm to teach the people how to provide for themselves also.
God's love is reaching those who have been unreached through the teams they have hosted and the workers they have assembled.
My name is Joshua .I'm from a small Pacific Island Nation called Fiji (Fee-jee). I've been to Honduras twice on an internship program with Heaven's Reach Ministry. Personally I can say that it was a blessing for me to give my time for a such a great cause just so the locals can accept Jesus into their hearts and as their Lord and Saviour.
Personally, I've really had an awesome experience during my two trips, the staffs at Heaven's Reach Ministry really made me feel welcomed and introduced me to the locals which i made really good friends with and learned abit of Spanish from.
The Ministry has really helped the locals with their feeding center which we often went to during one of my trips to setup a hydrponic farm. Also at the hospital in Intibuca we had to dig a fish pond and also setup another hydroponic farm so expecting and nursing mothers could have access to fresh and healthy food. Plus Victory Farms which are all done so they could help cater for the Missions Center at Yamaranguila and the locals and showing first hand what LOVE mentioned in the Bible really is.
Really looking forward to another trip with my family this time .
Dean and Melissa have been missionaries to Honduras for at least seven years. They have worked hard to care for the health of pregnant women and their babies and have expanded to meeting the health needs of the community. They have a farm that has provided vegetables for the community. Other ministry has been to provide teaching the Bible to the people of this area.
I have been blessed to work with Heaven's Reach Ministries since it's founding in 2004. I know this is a great ministry that has God's hand on it. I will always remember the time that we gathered medical supplies for a hospital deep in the mountains of Honduras that Heaven's Reach works with. We had raised the funds for a 40 foot ocean going container but had more than the container would hold. After an afternoon of measuring and sorting to determine what we would transfer and what we would leave behind, we received a call from the container company stating that they had made a mistake and had no more 40 footers. They then asked if we could use a 45 footer at no additional cost. We gladly accepted and when we loaded everything we had collected: it fit on the 45 foot container with less than a foot to spare. God knew exactly what we needed.
The final exclamation point was when the truck driver arrived with the container. He was wearing one of the black tee shirts that said, "Got Jesus."
My daughter spent two summer months in Honduras with Heaven's Reach at that time and was blessed to be there and help unload the medical equipment that we had shipped from Northwest Arkansas.
I've had the privilege to serve with Heaven's Reach on two occasions and am grateful for those opportunities to see the marvelous work they do for the people of Honduras. From teaching sustainable agricultural methods, managing medical clinics, and planting ministries in the various communities, Heaven's Reach is truly reaching people in their need. John Carter