Luke 9:2 Ministries
Monday, February 19, 2018

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Watch this video recap of the Medical Mission Team trip to Honduras in January, 2018. 


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The entire Luke 9:2 Ministries family is grieving the loss of our leader, Doug Nally, who went to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 14, 2015.  Doug was a wonderful man, husband, father, grandfather, brother, friend, churchman, and missionary. A mentor for us all. Please join us in praying for his wife, Susan, and their family during this time of terrible loss.


In lieu of flowers, the family asks you to consider a gift to this ministry that Doug loved so much, and through which he served so passionately.  You may mail your gift to Luke 9:2 Ministries, 2000 Mallory Lane, Suite 130-103, Franklin TN 37067 or donate on-line.




Thank you, Bryan Ponce...

 ...for creating this pictorial documentary of the work that goes on BETWEEN medical mission trips in and around Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The ministry continues through follow-up clinics in 16 communities, quarterly pastoral training and water purification systems.  Good job, Bryan!

On Mission to...

g Healing, Teaching and the Love of Christ to Central America


The Luke 9:2 Ministries brings the love of Jesus Christ to poor and destitute peoples in under-served countries. You can join us as we s

eek to heal physical and emotional needs through medical and dental services.

Luke 9:2 Ministries partners with local health professionals who provide medical care to under served people groups, to educate the people in basic health and nutrition, and to improve the health of the overall community. By partnering with local providers, we are able to assure adequate follow-up and continuous care for the lives that we directly touch during our trips.

As our team and support continues to grow, we are realizing our dream to take more than one trip per year, providing more direct care and further solidifying our relationships with the local population. We will purchase and transport more medical and dental supplies to be able to replenish the needs of those who provide follow-up when the team returns to the United States. We continue to contribute to health education efforts in order to provide primary prevention and treatment of current illness.