Did you Know?
- Nicaragua is both beautiful by physical nature and by the nature of its people.
- Unfortunately, it’s the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. 50% of population lives on under $2 a day.
- Despite poverty, corruption and oppression, God is moving in this country.
What to Expect
Potential Trip Projects
- Help with upkeep and construction for buildings on 7-acre farm that will support its operation and alcohol rehabilitation clinic.
- Since it is a working farm, chores might include clearing land, harvesting crops or serving those who work there.
- You may get to encourage children near the city dump by feeding them, playing games, and teaching them a lesson from the Bible.
- Home visits are common, as is eating dinner with local missionaries and residents.
- Betos’ Café is a coffee shop – part of the ministry that provides locals with jobs, serves as a gathering place in the community
- Attend a local church and hear amazing testimonies and Biblical teachings from missionaries.
- An excursion day is included – spending time in the mountains and immersing yourself in local culture!
Personal & Spiritual Growth
After a delicious hand-made dinner from the café, join your other team members as the team leader helps dissect the day: what you saw, how you felt and what God was showing you. A devotion has been written especially for this mission trip to help guide the process of opening your heart, exploring your faith and getting closer to Jesus.