Morgan Gravley and his wife, Danielle, lived in Honduras for four years, following two mission trips with Living Hope while dating. They fell in love with the people and the country during their visits. While on mission trips with Living Hope they visited the International School of Tegucigalpa (IST) where Morgan was offered a job teaching Middle School Bible. He moved to Tegucigalpa and Danielle joined him following their wedding in 2012. She was hired as a math tutor in the IST middle school. They worked at IST for 3 years. During their fourth year in Honduras, Morgan, having completed his Master of Divinity from Liberty University, was invited to become a pastoral intern with the Union Christian Church in Tegucigalpa. In 2016 they returned to the U.S. and eventually settled in Carrollton, GA. He is currently employed as Director of Operations for Chick-Fil-A. Danielle continues teaching math online with a local homeschool group and serves as Administrative Assistant for Living Hope. They have three young children. Morgan and Danielle’s experiences living in Honduras make them both uniquely qualified to serve. They are active in teaching, preaching, and serving various ministries with the Oak Grove Baptist Church in Carrollton.