Richard Roberts Ministries

International Outreach

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A gang member at the 2011 Richard Roberts La Ceiba, Honduras Crusade publicly gives his life to the Lord and turns his back on his gang lifestyle and is healed of pain from a stab wound to the chest.

Highlights from the 2011 Richard Roberts San Pedro Sula, Honduras crusade.

Highlights from the 2011 Richard Roberts San Pedro Sula, Honduras crusade.

Highlights from the 2011 Richard Roberts crusade in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

In January 2010, Richard Roberts and the Oral Roberts Ministries are answering the cry of Kenya. For five days, they will hold evangelistic healing rallies at night to preach the life-transforming message of the Gospel and pray for healing for many who are sick. Then during the day, there will be free medical clinics…

Mission: Nicaragua This is the last day of our Nicaragua outreach. This morning, we worked at the neediest location we’ve seen during this trip—the trash dump known as Chureca. One thousand families make their homes in the middle of hills and hills of garbage….as far as the eye can see. The air is filled with […]

Another fulfilling day of ministry today! While our medical team headed out to start their next clinic, I headed to meet the mayor of Nicaragua. He surprised me with the news that he was making me an honorary citizen of Managua. (Now all I have to do is learn Spanish! I already know “un poquito”…a […]

Wow, we had a full day today. Jordan, Adrian and our team members visited 10 orphanages today in Managua, bringing medicines, vitamins, and food to more than 200 kids ranging in age from under a year to over 18 years old. We also were able to deliver a much needed washing machine to one location […]

Today our medical team held a second day of clinics at Boaco. A crowd of sick people was already waiting for our team, but thanks to some great help from our local contacts, everything was ready to go. The full team was in gear…nine stations manned by doctors, nurses, and translators, plus screening stations to […]