Alumni Student Feature: Bessy Flores

Meet Bessy, a vibrant 20-year-old alumnus of Jubilee, currently pursuing her second year of Psychology studies at the Honduran National Autonomous University in Tegucigalpa. Despite her young age, Bessy has already left a significant mark on Jubilee’s community.

Bessy’s journey with Jubilee began years ago when she was just a young student. She fondly reminisces about her time as part of Jubilee’s first graduating class of 6th graders back in 2016. This was before the school had expanded to include a middle school, and Bessy treasures the memories of those formative years.

Leaving Jubilee after graduation was undoubtedly a challenging transition for Bessy. However, the Lord had a beautiful surprise in store for her as she found herself back within the familiar halls, this time as a part-time Administrative Assistant. The opportunity to return to Jubilee filled Bessy with immense joy, and she describes Jubilee as her second family.

But Jubilee isn’t just a workplace for Bessy—it’s a place where she finds deep fulfillment and purpose. Raised in a devout Christian household, Bessy and her family are faithful members of Jubilee’s church. Her commitment to serving God has been evident since childhood, and she actively participated in church activities from a young age.

In Bessy words “Belonging to Jubilee is a great blessing for me, from the very beginning. I believe that when I arrived, it was not by chance but for a purpose of the Lord in my life and my family’s, in this place. Jubilee has helped me grow in faith and as a person in different ways, and I am very grateful”

One particular ministry holds a special place in Bessy’s heart—the dance ministry led by Jubilee teacher Ms. Lisbeth Flores. Through dance, Bessy not only expresses her creativity but also brings joy and inspiration to the community. Her passion for serving others shines brightly through her involvement in this ministry.

Bessy’s faith journey is beautifully encapsulated by Psalm 37:4, which reads, “Take delight in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart.” For Bessy, working at Jubilee isn’t just a job—it’s a calling. It’s a way for her to combine her professional skills with her passion for ministry, drawing closer to God through service.

As Bessy continues her studies and her work at Jubilee, she remains grateful for the opportunity to be part of a community that has shaped her into the person she is today. Her story serves as a testament to the transformative power of faith, service, and belonging.