History of the Opportunity of a Lifetime Program
One day in August 1987, Bob and Joan Tyson were visiting the Feed the Hungry kitchens they had built in Honduras. School was in session, but none of these children they saw around the huts were able to go to school. School means buying books, a school uniform, shoes and sometimes bus fare. They knew that without an education, these children would grow up like their parents, illiterate and poor.
Someday, if sickness did not cause their death, they would have only a hut to live in. Communist would make a bid for them because the communist use poverty to convert people to communism, promising them an easier and richer life. That day Opportunity of a Lifetime was born in their hearts and minds.
A few months later it became a reality. For thirty dollars a month, a child could eat and receive everything he needed to get an education. Never in their wildest imagination would they have ever dreamed that God was going to do what He did and is continuing to do throughout Honduras and Nicaragua in the Children's Programs. Many of the men that Pastor the Good Samaritan Churches were once children of the Opportunity of a Lifetime Program. How could they have ever dreamed that out of Opportunity of a Lifetime, there would be Christian Schools with thousands of students with hundreds in our Boarding School. They never planned for all of this to happen but God did.
With thousands of children in the program and hundreds of Christian workers serving God faithfully everyday, Opportunity of A Lifetime has become a driving force which has the tools to truly change the lives of children in Honduras and Nicaragua. The Great Missionary Hudson Taylor once said, "GOD'S WORK DONE GOD'S WAY WILL NOT LACK GOD'S SUPPLY"
You can email your child anytime you like.
You will receive a letter from your child every two months.
You can visit your child on one of our 20 mission trips each year.
You can send Gifts to your child using our online store.
You will be giving a child an Opportunity of a Lifetime by giving him or her a good education and a good meal everyday.