A helping hand builds relationships


Today’s story comes from our Health Care Site Staff in Santiago, April, Brenda, and Jhanna, who continue building relationships with those in need. “Thank you. It truly was the Lord that brought us together. I needed this.” These were the sincere words a woman that lives alone in Quinigua said to us as we handed her a food basket…

Double Blessings in Nicaragua


Covid-19 has taken longer to get to Nicaragua, but it is finally here. Factual information is hard to come by here, so we have taken measures to help educate those that we work with…

Times of Trial and Change


As quarantine was about to start, Noemi, one of the girls in our Women’s Sports Site, began opening up her heart and shared some struggles going on at home. Noemi is a bright, 16-year-old, who applies herself both academically and on the volleyball court…

Spreading the Good Word through Technology


We’ve been particularly encouraged by how Steven and Raquel, our Sponsorship Site leaders, have made it possible to connect with their students over Zoom. Their weekly clubs and meetings have shifted to group video chats and phone calls instead of the traditional in-person meetings. Last week, Raquel received a text from a student asking for help in how to accept Jesus as her Lord and Savior…

Five Loaves and Two Fish


Today we’re hearing from Lily Azofeifa, co-leader at the Tutoring Center in Costa Rica. We’re staying connected with kids and parents via WhatsApp and through phone calls. As the local school district looks to adapt to the crisis, they’ve been sending homework packets via messages and emails so that the kids can print off their school work. Most of the families we work with don’t have a computer at home, let alone a printer…