Meet the Staff in Honduras


Allen and Trish Sowers, along with their five children, began working in Honduras in 2001. Always searching for ways to make each donated dollar do the most it can for the Kingdom, the Sowers family has felt called to center their efforts on supporting and empowering the work of Honduran missionaries, evangelists, and pastors. All of the various ministry work they undertake focuses on this.

Providing Honduran pastors, missionaries, and evangelists with additional training; making it possible for them to purchase Bibles and Bible study materials at wholesale prices; helping them purchase reliable transportation for their ministry work; assisting them in their church construction projects; and giving them the resources to run a community-outreach feeding center (through our sponsorship and feeding programs) . . . all of these are ways we help these Honduran men and women of God reach their own people with the Good News!

Today, Allen and Trish are moving into support roles, while their oldest son, Russell, and his wife, Iris (who currently have two children) take charge of the ministry operations in Honduras. As a family, they are excitedly looking forward to serving God and the people of Honduras for another generation!







Kim and Jonathan Hall oversee the Manna4Lempira Sponsorship Program.

In December of 2018 they moved to Honduras to live full time.






Dillon Cohee grew up in Maryland and first visited Honduras in 2015 to drill a well. Through that trip his life was drastically changed and he knew he wanted to devote his life to missions. So when he met the Sowers in 2016 on a Bridge-in-a-Week trip and saw immediately how God's hands were in the various  ministries of Sowers4Pastors, he was inspired and encouraged. He returned to Honduras to work with the Sowers at the beginning of 2018 where he shadows Russell and uses his many skills to serve in multiple areas of ministry.

"My purpose here is to take some pressure off the Sowers by assuming some of their responsibilities and serving the Lord by loving my neighbors here in Honduras."






Kelsea Babbitt is from Washington state and has been living in Honduras, working with the Sowers, since the beginning of 2018. She first visited Honduras in 2015 with an organization that drills wells and felt immediately drawn to the people and the country, so she began praying that God would give her an opportunity to return. Two years later, she was introduced to the Sowers and they invited her to come to Honduras to work alongside them in their various ministries. She accepted the invitation and moved there with an initial year-long commitment that quickly turned into three. Kelsea's time is split between helping Trish with the administrative side of the ministry and and working with Russell to host short-term groups during our team season. Her heart is to serve Sowers4Pastors and the people of Honduras in any way possible.