Praising the Lord for a fresh start in Honduras!

We returned back to Honduras in February and hit the ground running as soon as we arrived back home. We praise the Lord for providing a home in the city. We are about 15 minutes from where we use to live, but on higher ground.  We live in a secure, quiet neighborhood, which is a must for our family as David and the SCORE team often travels for up to a week at a time ministering around the country. We are excited to build new relationships in hopes of sharing the gospel with those around us. The Lord has blessed our family greatly with furniture from a missionary family leaving the field who sold us almost all their furniture at a very affordable price. We appreciate all of you giving monetary gifts to help us get back on our feet here in Honduras. Moreover, some of you have wondered about our vehicles. It’s been a blessing that our insurance agency reimbursed us for flood damages and repairs; however, we are still having some issues with both vehicles post flood. So please pray that the vehicles we have would continue to be reliable as we serve the Lord here.

The church we work with, Iglesia Bautista Renacer, moved locations early in the year and are still getting settled in the new location. The new location is the Christian bilingual school (HSD) that SCORE and Renacer work directly with. To help propel us forward with the new church location, we had a SCORE team (3 men) come from Tennessee in late March to assist with some construction projects in the church.  Our director Ryan, along with our missionary team, continue to work on the building on a weekly basis. Each week, more progress is made and our church is feeling more like home.

Our SCORE team having a delicious dinner with US SCORE team back in late March. Just missing Walter and Angela who live in Choluteca.
Lunch break for construction crew
Working hard at church

We continue to do weekly discipleships with individuals helping them grow in their walks with the Lord and also some marriage counseling. David is also taking turns teaching Bible study on Wednesday nights to our church. One of the ladies Hannah was discipling for a few years is doing wonderful and no longer in need of weekly discipleship with Hannah. It’s been so exciting to see her spread her wings and disciple other ladies and continue to grow in her walk with the Lord. Of course, Hannah is still here if she has questions or a need arises.

We haven’t been able to resume kid’s club due to covid and since we live in a new neighborhood it’s quite difficult at this time, but Hannah is on the children’s Sunday school rotation schedule with many other ladies. She will also resume singing with the worship team at church. We did take the 5 children who memorized all their memory verses to Chuckie Cheese for a special time together. They had been patiently waiting for a year and we were finally able to do it.

Kid’s Club Special Field Trip to Chuckie Cheese for Reward
Some of the precious children at church one Sunday morning 🙂

Nicholas continues to do preschool at home with mommy and we are having a great time together! We are almost finished with the preschool year and will homeschool for kindergarten in August. He loves to learn and is a little sponge. He enjoys going to church on Sundays and being with his church friends as he misses normal activities due to covid. He thoroughly enjoyed his time with maw maw (Hannah’s mom) while she was here for two weeks.

Nicholas is ALL about Legos right now and building things. He continues to amaze us as he is a super fast learner. 🙂

We praise the Lord for the Responders on a Mission (Firefighters Ministry in U.S.) as they have raised funds to help the La Lima firefighter families where we had been doing weekly Bible studies pre covid.  David went this week with a coworker to buy beds, stoves, refrigerators, and many more needed supplies, with the funds raised by this wonderful organization.  La Lima is still struggling after the hurricanes and there are still many needs there. David and the SCORE team have been cleared to resume Bible studies at the fire station on Tuesdays.

Many of you have been asking and praying for our family concerning our adoption process. As of now, we have received the terrible news that new adoption laws in Honduras are making it just about impossible for us to try to adopt a child from Honduras. The new law states once a permanent resident reaches 5 years in Honduras, they can no longer complete an international adoption. We celebrated five years in Honduras this past January. With that said, doing a domestic in country adoption is very difficult for foreigners and lasts many years. We have spoken to our US adoption agency about the possibility of us adopting in the US. The problem with that is we don’t live in the US nor do we have a permanent home in the US. Right now, we are trying our best to trust the Lord and continue to pray for his will to be done. Though we are heartbroken and discouraged, we believe the Lord isn’t finished with our adoption journey, we just don’t know what direction he is leading us to next. Please pray for our family as we navigate these unknown waters. We still have the adoption funds in a US savings account and do not plan on touching that money until the time comes for us to be able to adopt.

Last but not least, it was an honor to have Hannah’s mom come for a two week visit.  Hannah had a major surgery on April 20th, and Bonnie was of tremendous help in helping David care for Hannah and Nicholas, along with cooking and cleaning.  Bonnie was a real trooper, as she arrived in Honduras during the hottest time of the year.  David had to constantly remind her to drink lots of water, to stay hydrated.  We are not sharing details on the surgery, as we have chosen to keep this a private matter.  But we do praise the Lord that Hannah is making a full recovery, and is now continuing to disciple her ladies through online platforms.  We praise the Lord that the surgery has brought Hannah some much needed relief, as we continue to faithfully serve the Lord.

We enjoyed a wonderful visit with Hannah’s mom for two weeks.
Celebrating Daddy’s 36th Birthday this past week


~ We praise the Lord for the good health God has given us. We haven’t had covid (that we know of) and Hannah continues her weekly allergy shots with great success.

~ The fire station is once again allowing David and the SCORE team the freedom to resume Bible study as the firefighters have all had their covid shots.

Prayer Request:

~ Honduras continues to be on curfew and strict biosecurity guidelines everywhere you go. Please pray as many are weary and tired of this.

~ Pray for us as we begin to build new relationships in our neighborhood. We have also stayed in contact with friends in La Lima.

~ Our adoption process

We hope and pray all of you are staying healthy and doing well! Thank you for your continued prayer and financial support!


David and Hannah Mora

Thankful to be alive this holiday season!

Psalm 63:7 “Because thou hast been my help, therefore in the shadow of thy wings will I rejoice.” 

Dear Family and Friends,

Thank you so much for all of your prayers and messages on our family’s behalf during the month of November and even into December. We also greatly appreciate all the financial gifts that have been given to help us replace many of our lost items due to the flood. 

November was supposed to be a smooth transitional month for our family.  We had packed our suitcases and were waiting to leave on November 3rd for our furlough to the US.  A few days before our flight, hurricane Eta was announced to make landfall in Honduras as a category one.  Our flight soon after was canceled and we placed everything up high in preparation for possible flooding. We honestly didn’t think our home would flood or if it did, it would be minimal flooding.  After all, Eta was heading for Nicaragua.  Late Wednesday afternoon, November 4th, we moved to our neighbor’s second story home (on stilts) to prepare for a long night as the outer bands of rain had arrived.  The hurricane quickly increased in strength to a category four. The following morning, we awoke and were heartbroken to find our home had indeed flooded much higher than expected and the water levels steadily rose all around us during that morning/afternoon. It was in those moments of looking out to the six feet high rushing waters, that we chose to cling to the Rock of all ages and cried out for mercy for our lives. Yes, we do know Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and know we are going to Heaven; but it was still a very challenging experience. Friends and family were calling the US Embassy and local help trying to arrange for evacuation by boat or helicopter, but accomplishing a rescue in “the perfect storm” was nearly impossible due to convergence of obstacles: like the shape of roof over the house, amount of trees and power lines, and the strength of the rushing water. Thursday night, in the pitch dark, we went to bed with the complete peace of God knowing we were in his hands. David had begun to make mental preparations of how we could escape and get on the tree or roof of the next home if needed as the water was very close to entering the second story home where we were staying with our friends (landlord). But God answered your prayers… The next morning, we awoke safe and the waters had begun to recede. 

Chester and David in flood waters retrieving water bottles.
Our home after the water continued to rise to about 6 feet of rushing water.
Our flooded kitchen- To see more flood pictures you can visit our Facebook page (David Hannah Mora).

During this experience, God provided above and beyond for us. We had plenty of water and food, but could not reach our neighbors with supplies because of the rushing water.  Many of our neighbors were without food, water, or both, and were in a desperate situation for days. We were without electricity for over 96 hours, but we had a generator to keep the fridge cold and charge our cell phones and flashlights. David had figured out a way to operate the generator without exposing us to the deadly fumes of carbon monoxide.  On Sunday  (four days later), the waters had receded enough to allow the arrival of a “task force” of missionaries who descended from the mountains with 500 gallons of water, food, and supplies, to help with the clean up, relief, and recovery process.  On that very first day, we had dear missionary friends who evacuated Nicholas and Chester, our dog, to a safe and clean location in the mountains.  Five days later, we again reunited as a family.  Hurricane Iota then struck Honduras as a category 5 hurricane. More devastation soon followed, and more than 70 people perished in both hurricanes.  We stayed in the mountains for about two weeks and the Lord provided two beautiful places for our family to stay during this time of need. After three failed flight attempts, we finally were able to fly to the US on November 26th for our furlough that was already scheduled with family time, medical appointments, passport renewal, and much more.

We are safely here in Winston-Salem, NC and are finally able to catch our breath after a month of loss, devastation, and fatigue. Through it all, we praise the Lord not only for our lives, but for the many opportunities given for to us to share about our peace, hope, and salvation through Jesus Christ. If it was all just for that, then we praise God he chose to use us as his vessels. We are here on this earth, after all, for His honor and glory. May He continue to use us! 

Moving Forward…

A lot of people have asked us what the future holds for us concerning our ministry in Honduras and if we plan to return.  The answer is YES, we plan to Lord willing return early 2021.  We believe we’re a valuable asset to the Lord’s work, and believe that God is not done with us in Honduras.  We plan on returning to help our body of Christ recover from the devastation, as well as continue with our ministries.  David will return to find us a house to live in on higher ground.  Once he has found a house, Nicholas and I will follow soon after. We are looking for a location closer to the church plant in San Pedro Sula.  More info to come later on uniting the Christian school and church, on the same property.

We are sad to move away from our home of three years,  but we will continue to minister to the same communities of sweet neighbors and friends. We are trusting him through this difficult time. We are still just so thankful to be alive as we came very close to death. God is faithful and we are clinging to Him as he continues to guide every step we take. 

There is still a lot of need in Honduras and we will be sharing ways you can get involved to help our fellow Honduran brothers and sisters in Christ in the days to come. 

Prayer request:

~ While here in the U.S., Hannah has had some allergy testing done and will begin cluster allergy shots soon. Please pray for success with these allergy shots and for Hannah to get long term relief with her allergies.

~ Pray for the Lord to provide a home on higher ground, close to our ministry locations, and big enough to continue our ministries, and in a safe location for our family. 

~ Our Adoption- Things have been put on hold lately as we just went through two hurricanes; however, we do desire to proceed with a Honduran adoption when the Lord allows us to continue.

We hope you and your family have a joyous Christmas season and remember the true reason we celebrate!

Much love,

The Mora Family

Such a Time as This!

Hello family and friends,

We trust this update finds all of you doing well. It has been an interesting three months with this global pandemic. We have seen how the Lord has used this time to draw us closer to him, and we hope he has done the same for you! We wanted to give you an update on what we have been up to during this time of lockdown. 

Quick car ride around neighborhood. 🙂

We have been on quarantine/lockdown since the beginning of March. Our lockdown situation is very different from the US. Schools shut down and online classes began for all of the schools. All restaurants and non essential businesses closed down and remain closed. Only a few restaurants that can deliver are open, which is very limited. Each week varies as to when we are allowed to go out. There have been many weeks where we haven’t been allowed to leave our neighborhood at all. Every 14 days or so, we can go out if our last number, from our ID card is called. Nicholas, and all children, are not permitted to leave at all. David has been the one going to get groceries and items for our family. Nicholas has severe allergies and beginning stages of asthma, and I have an auto-immune disease so we have been trying to be extra cautious with our health to not catch covid. Not to mention we live in a developing country and the healthcare system may not be the greatest. Praise the Lord for good health for our family and our community. We have been very fortunate. The majority of the cases in the country are in San Pedro Sula, which is where we normally minister and where our church is located. We, however, live about 30 minutes from there in a small town. We are hoping that things will start to open up soon in the weeks to come. As of now, all mission teams and conferences have been canceled and will Lord willing, be rescheduled in the near future. 

We have celebrated all of our birthdays during this pandemic as well! Nicholas celebrated his 4th birthday on April 5th with a fire truck themed party at home. David celebrated his 35th birthday on May 9th, and I celebrated my 34th birthday on May 23rd. We tried to make the best of our birthdays at home and got creative! We are thankful for the many friends and neighbors who helped make our birthdays special as well.

Nicholas’ 4th Birthday
David’s 35th Birthday
My 34th Birthday
  • Open doors to continue ministry during this time:
  • More Community Involvement– We have had many opportunities to minister directly in our neighborhood with various projects on our streets, setting up vegetable and fruit trucks to distribute/sell food to neighbors, and also delivering food baskets to families in need. It has been a time to see our neighborhood coming together in a time of uncertainty. Many doors have opened to share the gospel with those around us. Our home owner’s association had a zoom video meeting with our neighborhood this past weekend, and David was asked to lead the beginning of the meeting in prayer. David was excited for this opportunity to openly pray in this meeting! Please be in prayer for more doors to open and for our lights to shine to those around us. 
The Home Owner’s Association in our neighborhood raised money for the guards to bless them with new items for their guard shacks. Each guard took home a bag of frozen meat and a big bag of food for their families. The guards also had a small party with pizza and soft drinks. It was neat for our family to help take part in this. David is pictured on the far right next to the guard in the back.
Truck load full of Plantains donated by local Banana plant. What a blessing! David was able to make several truck loads to many communities in La Lima and San Pedro Sula who were in need of food.
David and other neighbors busy at work on our neighborhood streets filling in many pot holes.
  • Weekly Discipleships and Bible Studies via telephone or zoom– Before this pandemic, we were both involved in weekly Bible studies and discipleships. We have moved those over the phone and through zoom video conferences to continue ministry. It has been a blessing to see many of these people hungry for the Word of God during a time as this. We continue to try and pour into them on a weekly basis. We have also had several opportunities to catch up with some of our supporting churches and Bible study groups to share an update of what has been going on in our ministry here in Honduras. 
Weekly Small Group over video from our church.
  • Involved in Nicholas’ School– Nicholas has continued to have a few preschool classes online and various projects to do each week. This past week, I was asked by his teacher to teach a baking class via Zoom. If you know me well, you know how much I love to cook and bake. It was a great opportunity to teach the parents and students how to make homemade sugar cookies and it was so much fun! 
Family Tree Project
Feliz Dia de Arbol- Nicholas became a tree for a school project. (Earth Day)
Nicholas on a zoom call with some of his classmates and teacher.
  • Lots of family time– We praise the Lord for this precious time we have had as a family together. We’ve gotten creative with our family time such as: homemade pizza nights, making lots of cookies and other goodies, swimming in the pool, taking lots of neighborhood walks, nature scavenger hunts, and just being together as a family! 
Nicholas loves to build and create things!
Daily walks in our neighborhood have always been a thing in our family, but even more so now that we can’t get out of our neighborhood.
Flying a Kite with Daddy
Nicholas learned how to snap fresh green beans with mommy. 🙂
We have had many pizza nights in our house! And also many baking days making cakes, cookies, banana bread, and so much more! He loves being in the kitchen like mommy.
We have many neighbors who brought their restaurant businesses to their homes during this quarantine and one afternoon we enjoyed a cold treat together!


~ We praise the Lord for good health for our family during this time.

~ We praise the Lord for providing for our family as we also share and help other families around us in desperate need with food and money.  In the past month, the Lord has provided one time gifts from churches and individuals in the U.S.  This has allowed us to help those who are struggling the most due to not being able to work, during this pandemic.

Prayer Request:

~ We ask prayer for the many here who don’t have jobs or have recently lost their jobs due to the lockdown and many are going hungry. We know we can’t help everyone around us, but we try to help those from our church when needs arise, and those in and around our community as the Lord allows.

If your church or small group would like to hear an update from us or a small devotional over zoom, please contact us and let us know. We also have been catching up with lots of family and friends during this time as well. 

If you or your church would like to send one time gifts, please contact us. There continues to be many people (including our national team members and local church) in desperate need of food and sometimes money to pay their basic bills. 

Sending our love from Honduras,

David, Hannah, and Nicholas Mora 

We’re Back and at Full Steam!

Greetings from Honduras. We arrived home on May 1st and are continuing to adjust back home to the heat, language, and culture of Honduras. We wanted to share an update of what God did through people just like YOU during our visit back home and also what is planned for this year.

Celebrating David’s birthday

We were fortunate to spend six weeks in N.C. and surrounding states. It was such a refreshing time to be back with family, friends, and our supporting churches. We had the opportunity to celebrate Nicholas’ 3rd Birthday, spoke at 14 different churches, and raised funds for our ministry vehicle. We praise the Lord for a wonderful trip. It was a blessing to see many of you and catch up on what God has been doing in your lives.

We enjoyed spending Easter with Hannah’s family this year.
We praise the Lord Nicholas got to celebrate his 3rd birthday with both sets of grandparents. This was the first time in his life that both sets of grandparents have been together at the same time with him. It’s so hard being far away from family, but we praise the Lord for the sweet time we had together.

During May 16th-18th, SCORE, Renacer Church, and OIC (Overseas Instruction in Counseling) teams ministered during the 3rd Module. Many pastors, church leaders, and other missionaries attended this 3 day training in biblical counseling. We were able to host a missionary in our home during the week of preparation and capacitation. David was able to help translate the curriculum, do logistics, and help get things ready. Praise the Lord for a successful 3rd module. The next module is set to be in November of this year.

OIC Group Picture
OIC Module

As for Hannah, she had a great time kicking off the Kid’s Club once again this past week. The kids had a Bible lesson, time of worship, and enjoyed some water games outside together. We had a few new faces and praise the Lord for continuing to use this ministry for his glory. Please continue to be in prayer as we reach out to the community around us and invite them to Kid’s Club and small group. Our church and SCORE team are praying about the La Lima Church plant for this year and trusting the Lord will continue to open doors to reach out to those around us.

Moreover, some of you may ask: what about the fundraisers and love offerings for the vehicle fund?  We are super grateful, and praise the Lord for the money that came in. We were able to raise almost $11,000 for a ministry vehicle.  We are extremely grateful for your sacrifice and help with hosting fundraisers and love offerings.  Thank you for giving generously out of your own pockets to make this possible.  We have left the money in a designated U.S. SCORE vehicle account, and will continue to save each month out of our monthly income, and add any one time gifts that arrive during the next few months, to the vehicle fund.  Vehicles in Honduras are very expensive, and don’t devalue much by miles or years.  We, therefore, are fervently praying for the Lord to provide a reliable vehicle in Honduras.

We were fortunate to share about our ministry in 14 different churches while home. We praise the Lord for all the funds that were raised for a vehicle.


~ For an amazing furlough in the U.S.

~ We praise the Lord for good health during our time home and even as we have readjusted back to life in Honduras.

~ We praise the Lord for the money raised towards a ministry vehicle.

Prayer Request:

~ Please continue to pray for us and our SCORE team as we continue to reach out to our community and invite them to small group, Kid’s club, and church. 

~Please pray for direction and the Lord’s timing for the La Lima church plant.

~ Pray for the SCORE team, as they travel the country teaching church youth groups on Biblical principles and sexual purity.  

~ Pray for the SCORE team, as they search for a location to host everyone who will be attending the training modules of biblical counseling in Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras.  The SCORE team has made two one week trips to the capital and surrounding cities, inviting pastors and church leaders to the first module in November of 2019.  A third trip to the capital will be made soon, as we search for a facility to host this much needed training in biblical counseling.

As always, you are welcome to come take part of what we are doing here in Honduras. We would love to invite you to come on a missions trip with a team or even as an individual or family. Let us know if you are interested.  We have a guest room for a single couple, and airbnb’s all around us.

Much love from Honduras,

David, Hannah, and Nicholas Mora

Upcoming Visit to the U.S.

Dear family and friends,

We hope all of you are doing well.  We miss and love you guys.  Here is an update on what God is and has been doing here in Honduras through our ministry with SCORE.

Recently, we enjoyed an evening out with our SCORE teammates.

To begin, 2019 started off very busy for our ministry here! The SCORE team had an Overseas Instruction in Counseling (OIC) make-up module Session in January (From the November Session) at our church for 3 days. This Biblical Counseling Module has been hosted in our local church through SCORE. After that, the SCORE team went to several different cities sharing about the ministry of SCORE and the possibilities of working with more local churches and schools in the upcoming months. It’s so neat to see how the ministry network for SCORE continues to reach new regions in Honduras and surrounding countries. Moreover, David has been very busy preparing and teaching Bible classes at our church as well as teaching Bible study in our home on a weekly basis. David also had the opportunity to disciple a young man named Adaly, from a remote town, alongside his SCORE and church teammates.  This young man is being discipled to start a church plant in his town. He has returned home and is already implementing what he learned here. 

Staff and Teachers from One Day Camp
Recent One Day Camp at a local bilingual school in La Lima

I, Hannah, enjoy teaching English on Monday evenings and have 3 new students in my class. My Kid’s Club continues to do well and the kids are excited about learning the Word of God each week. It’s a time of Bible lesson, worship, craft, and snacks. They have the opportunity to memorize a verse each week to win a prize and so far they are all being faithful in hiding God’s Word in their hearts. It’s wonderful to see growth taking place in their hearts, through evangelism and discipleship. Praise the Lord! I feel blessed to see my schedule filled as a full-time wife, mother, and teacher.  It is a great privilege to serve my family and my God.

English Class
Kid’s Club

Nicholas continues to grow and change so much. His 3rd birthday is April 5th, and we are excited to share his special day with family in NC. He loves to speak in English and Spanish and is quite the talker! 🙂 He is a true joy to our family.  Our current immediate goal is transitioning him from diapers to underwear.  But it will all happen in God’s timing and when Nicholas is ready.

Nicholas, with the other missionary kids on the SCORE team.

Our visit to the U.S.

Our visit back to the States is scheduled for March 18th- May 1st. The Lord has been faithful in filling our calendar with opportunities to share about His work in evangelism, discipleship, and church planting through our team and the faithful Hondurans that we work alongside with on a daily basis. 

Furthermore, multiple churches are doing fundraisers and love offerings to help us raise the necessary funds to buy a secondary ministry vehicle.  Below is the tentative schedule of churches. Please feel free to join us in one of the services. We would love to connect with you! 

We will also have times available during each week to catch up with many of you in person. Simply contact us, and let us know asap that you are interested in fellowshipping with us.

Our Schedule:

Monday, March 18th– Depart Honduras and arrive in NC

Sunday, March 24th– New Ground Church- Danville, VA (am service) and Silver Valley Baptist Church- Lexington, NC (pm service)

Saturday, March 30th– Dinner at Calvary Chapel Fellowship in Winston-Salem, NC- Dinner from 5-7 pm. All are welcome to come. Fundraising tickets must be purchased ahead of time on their website at / Calendar / March 30 Dinner with the Moras

Sunday, March 31st– Calvary Chapel Fellowship- (am service) and Higher Ground Baptist Church- Lexington, NC (pm service)

Friday, April 5th– Nicholas’ 3rd Birthday! 🙂 

Sunday, April 7th– West Point Baptist Church- Rutherfordton, NC (am service) and Waco Baptist Church- Waco, NC (pm service)

Wednesday, April 10th– Union Grove Baptist Church- Lexington, NC- Dinner with the Moras fundraiser before the evening service. All are welcome to come.

Sunday, April 14th– Zoar Baptist Church- Shelby, NC (am service) and Double Springs Baptist Church- Shelby, NC (pm service)

Tuesday, April 23rd– Christ Lives Baptist Church (Spanish Church)- Winston- Salem, NC (pm service)

Sunday, April 28th– New Union Baptist Church- Blairsville, GA

Wednesday, May 1st– Fly out of Atlanta, GA to Honduras 

We hope to see many of you soon!

Much love from Honduras,

David, Hannah, and Nicholas Mora

A recent trip to the children’s museum here in San Pedro Sula

For Better or For Worse!

Hello family and friends,

We wanted to give you an exciting update on what has been going on here in Honduras.

To begin, we have been adjusting to life here. September proved to be a very hot month with lots of days and nights without electricity, but we have welcomed cooler temperatures in October and especially in November.  Adjusting to life here isn’t just with the heat, but also with getting use to not having the comforts of home. We adjusted well last year living in the jungle, and praise the Lord he has made this transition smooth. We love the home God has blessed us with and are able to host friends and even our small group here on Wednesday nights. We pray God will use our home for ministry and to bless others. We have tried forming relationships with our neighbors in hopes to sharing Christ with them and also inviting them to our small group study.

Pictured above: Our neighbors we have enjoyed getting to know!

Pictured below: Some sweet friends from our church family.

David has started ministry with the SCORE team and is heavily involved with them. Our second month here was used to help our teammates as they lost a lot in the flood that occurred on October 25th and also with their new addition to their family, baby Evangelina. We praise the Lord for the safety and protection he gave all of us.

Monday night class

David attends and will soon be teaching (on a rotation basis) a Monday night discipleship class/ Bible training. He also has started leading our small group study in our home on Wednesday nights. He enjoys being a part of the team and helping where he can. We also found a church home here that we have enjoyed being a part of. They have made us feel very welcome. I (Hannah) am looking forward to getting involved in the children’s ministry in December. I am also praying about an opportunity in a local Christian school to become a volunteer as the Lord leads. Most of my time is spent taking care of Nicholas and our home, which I love.

Even though we aren’t “dreaming of a White Christmas” like back home, we are enjoying our first holiday season here. We enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving lunch with our SCORE teammates and also with the addition of our Honduran mom from the jungle (from Rus Rus). I got to teach her how to cook some Southern dishes and she enjoyed them, especially the deviled eggs and sweet potato casserole. 🙂

We have enjoyed our time with Geraldina. 

Thanksgiving lunch for the SCORE team that we hosted at our home. We praise the Lord for a beautiful home to use for his glory. 

Nicholas is almost 20 months old and continues to grow quickly. He has long legs and loves to run all around the house. He is learning new words all the time, but his favorite words right now are “This”, “Mommy”, “Daddy”, “Chester”, “Papa” (For Hannah’s dad), and of course “No”. 🙂 He has the sweetest little personality and we love him dearly. He loves to eat and will eat practically anything, which he takes after his daddy on. We praise the Lord for our sweet boy and that he continues to be healthy.

Prayer Request

  • Homesickness is certain during this season and we ask you to pray for our family as we do miss spending the holidays with our family and friends back home.
  • Please be in prayer as Honduras is going through a difficult time with the elections. There are many protests, riots, vandalism, burglary, violence, etc going on. We are safe in our gated neighbourhood that we live in. We have been staying home until a lot of this clears up. There is even a national curfew at 6 pm to 6 am to keep many of the people off the streets. Please be in prayer for the situation. We are thankful our trust is in the Lord and safety comes from him.
  • Pray for more opportunities to share the gospel with those around us, especially in our neighbourhood.

2018 is quickly approaching and we are excited for all the ministry opportunities to come. SCORE has some teams scheduled to come in 2018. Just to put your minds at ease, the political turmoil in this country will Lord willing soon pass. Therefore, we would love to invite you to join one of the teams or even bring your own team! Please contact us for more information. We would love to see you!

Thank you for your continued prayers and financial support. We appreciate and love all of you!


David, Hannah, and Nicholas Mora




We prayed, HE answered!

Hello family and friends!

We arrived in Honduras on Tuesday, September 5th. We praise the Lord for a safe arrival and a sweet welcome from our SCORE teammates. We feel so blessed to be here and are so thankful for all of you supporting us by prayer and finances to make this possible.

The SCORE guys enjoying a bite to eat after a night of ministry.

Our teammates and their families held a special barbeque and pool day for us this past Saturday to welcome us here. It was so encouraging and we LOVE our team that God has placed us on. We all get along great and we look forward to working with them.

The guys cooking! They did an excellent job. 🙂

For the past two months, we have prayed fervently for a home in a safe area and preferably the same neighborhood as our teammates. We also set a certain budget. God answered that prayer on the 3rd day here! We found a beautiful Honduran home that we absolutely love. It is within walking distance from our teammates’ home and is within our budget! God is SO good. We can’t wait to host many of you and have you come visit in the future. We have slowly been unpacking, cleaning,and doing minor repairs on the home this past week. We will be able to sleep in our home Friday night (15th). We are so excited to be established here.

Here is a front picture of our home. We will try to get some better pictures soon. We call it the pink brick house. The rest of the house is white. 🙂 

We are still on the look out for a reliable car within our budget range. Please continue to pray that God will direct us to the vehicle he has for our family.

David was able to attend church this past Sunday; however, Hannah and Nicholas had to stay behind due to him having a cold and a fever. We praise the Lord he has recovered from that. We hope to all be in church this Sunday as a family.

Nicholas is adjusting well here. He loves all of his new friends on our team. We are happy he has other kids his age to play with. He just turned 17 months old last Tuesday. We praise the Lord for this little guy!

Some things we are learning (or remembering) about living in Honduras:

~ Electricity is a blessing and appreciate it while you have it. We have had several power outages since arriving. 😉 Most of the time you have power and sometimes you do not. As I was finishing this blog, we lost power for a few minutes. Gotta love it! 😉

~ It is HOT. And we are thankful to have fans during the day to help with the heat. Please pray for us as we re-adjust to the heat and humidity.

We hope you enjoyed our quick update. We will be sending out a newsletter in October with more details about our ministry here. We miss and love you guys!!


David and Hannah Mora


The date we’ve all waited for!

Dear family and friends,

We are excited as we embark on this new journey God has put before us. We are anticipating God to do great things in and through us. As we shared in our last update, we were accepted by SCORE into their 1 year apprentice program in Honduras. We have relocated our personal things to San Pedro Sula, Honduras to work alongside the missionaries there. We will be involved in church leadership training, discipleship, evangelism, and much more! We are excited to work alongside a multi-cultural team and learn much from them. Our field directors are Ryan and Megan Hansen, who will also be our missionary mentors. (Right side of the picture)

Meet our new teammates! 

The date has been set and the airline tickets have been purchased! We will Lord willing leave on Tuesday, September 5th for Honduras. We will be heading south to Florida on August 29th to visit family and friends who support us before we leave the country. We are so excited to be heading back to the country we love. For now, the month of July and August will be spent transferring our financial supporters over to SCORE, sharing at churches, and raising additional support before we head back.

Please pray as we are still in need of some monthly support and outgoing expenses. If you are not currently a part of our support team, would YOU pray about partnering with us monthly? Please consider partnering with us $1 a day or an amount that you feel led to give.

Below are our 2 main outgoing expenses we have at this time:

Vehicle Fund- $5,000- $10,000 (minimum) – The reason for the purchase of a reliable vehicle is due to the lack of personal safety in Honduran public transportation and all of the traveling involved in our new ministry.
Residency Fund (To remain in Honduras)- $2,000
Monthly supporters are still needed. We are in need of $500.00 more a month.

Nicholas is 15 months old and full of energy! He is walking, running, and talking. He is such a joy to have in our family. He is getting use to traveling a lot with mommy and daddy! He loves visiting all of our churches and meeting new friends in the church nurseries. 🙂

Though our resent transition in missions was difficult and very unexpected, we have enjoyed our time with family and friends in NC and surrounding states. It has been wonderful to reconnect with many of you. We will be speaking at more churches in July/August. Please drop by at one of the services to say hi if we haven’t seen you. We have a few more dates open and are in the process of scheduling more churches.

Speaking Schedule

~ Sunday, July 16th- Zoar Baptist Church (am ) and West Point Baptist Church (pm) in Shelby, NC

~ Sunday, July 30th- Union Grove Baptist Church (pm) in Lexington, NC

~ Sunday, August 6th- Silver Valley Baptist Church (am) in Lexington, NC

~ Sunday, August 27th- Send Off from our Sending Church, Calvary Chapel Fellowship in Winston- Salem, NC

We love and appreciate all of you! Thank you for your continued prayers and financial support. We look forward to seeing many of you soon.


David, Hannah and Nicholas Mora

Contact Information

SCORE Website: (Click on donate to support us online)
SCORE Address: P.O. Box 9994 Chattanooga, TN 37412 (For checks: put Mora in memo line)
Our email:       Phone Number: (754) 204-2054

Redeployment to Honduras!

Dear Family and Friends,

We trust all of you are doing well and enjoying the warm weather. As for us, we are doing well and continuing to serve in ministry while we transition back to Honduras. When will you return to Honduras is the question we often hear. We have been in much prayer about a new ministry/agency in Honduras.

We took a recent trip to Honduras in mid May with the intention of looking at a possible ministry to join. Our entire trip went wonderful, and we praise the Lord for a successful visit. David was able to reconnect with our friends in the city of La Ceiba and in the village of Rus Rus. With the help of many Honduran friends and family in Christ, David was able to move all of our personal belongings from the jungle by truck and then by ship around the country. We got word soon after that all of our items arrived safely in a Honduran city. We praise the Lord for the network of friends and family in Christ we have in Honduras. We love these people dearly and are grateful for their assistance.

David and Manuel driving through the jungle to retrieve our personal belongings.

During our vision trip, we were able to see the Honduran program of SCORE International. The missionaries, Ryan and Megan Hansen, are working faithfully in San Pedro Sula and surrounding areas. The ministry focuses on local church and school ministries with evangelism, discipleship, and church leadership training. Some of their ministry strategies are to mobilize nationals, utilize church planting, and implement training conferences in local churches and schools. We fell in love with this ministry and all they are doing for the kingdom of God. Hannah was especially excited to see the Christian bilingual school there and the possibilities there could be for her as a teacher. As of June 6th, we were officially accepted for the one year apprenticeship program with SCORE International in Honduras. Before becoming a career missionary with SCORE, every new missionary with SCORE must be an apprentice for the first year. Being an apprentice with SCORE will give us the opportunity to see and work in the ministry first hand while also being mentored by veteran missionaries. We are excited about this ministry and all God has in store for us.

The local church we will be working with in San Pedro Sula. 

The Christian bilingual school we got to visit. 

While we wait, we have continued to help and minister from afar to our family in Christ in La Ceiba and in Rus Rus. Because of your continued financial support, we are able to continue supporting some of the ministries there and be an encouragement to the body of Christ. We are also saving a lot of our support for outgoing expenses that we will need once we redeploy to Honduras. One of our bigger expenses will be a vehicle for the city. We did not need a car in the jungle, but will need one in the city. We are also starting to reconnect with our supporting churches and will be making visits during the summer months. We look forward to catching up and seeing a lot of you as we begin traveling again soon. We are also involved in our home church and surrounding churches as we get ready to help with Vacation Bible School, Bible studies, and much more.

In the month of June, we will be contacting all of our financial supporters to transition them to SCORE International. We are so thankful for each of you for your faithful prayers and support. Feel free to call or email us with any questions you might have or simply for us to pay you a visit. We are excited to see God at work!


David, Hannah, and Nicholas Mora

Contact Us: or (754) 204-2054