About Us

Our family has served as missionaries in Costa Rica since 1997. We joined forces with the Abraham Project, located in a marginal community on the outskirts of San Jose. Our vision has always been to work with children who are considered “at risk” due to neglect and abandonment. We have built three homes to facilitate our work with these precious children. We are currently the directors of the children’s homes, and oversee their daily operation. Most of the children in our care will eventually return to their families, extended families, or be adopted nationally and internationally. We are currently at maximum capacity. We are so thankful that the Lord has provided amazing Costa Rican house parents to fill in as “substitute parents” for the children.

Kendra, Stephen, Jr., Georgiana, Steve, Luke, Caleb, & Bethany

We have four grown children.  Stephen, Jr. graduated from Oral Roberts University on May 1, 2010 with a degree is in International Business and a minor in Spanish.  On March 18, 2016 he married his South Texas sweetheart, Kendra Barbosa.  Kendra received a Master’s Degree in Family and Child Studies with an emphasis in Administration and Evaluation from Texas State University.  Stephen & Kendra have work with us receiving our short term mission teams here at the A.P.  They are currently being trained on the “In’s and Out’s” of administrating the children’s homes.

On May 11, 2013, Caleb graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University.  He resides and works in Arizona.  He spends his time volunteering at a homeless shelter and with Youth for Christ in his hometown.

Luke completed his studies and graduated from Colegio Saint Clare on December 12, 2014 and at the present time works at his high school.  He is our “Social Butterfly” and makes friends everywhere he goes.

Bethany is currently pursuing a degree in Nursing at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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  1. Great to see the Thomas clan again. I hope you folks are doing well.

    Woody


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