Ministering in Masachapa, Nicaragua

Children run barefoot through the muddy lanes of Masachapa, along with countless pigs, dogs, and chickens. Locals sell mangoes, bananas and sugarcane up and down the main street in town. Women and children wash laundry in the tiny, dirty river that empties into the ocean. There are not enough schools in town to accommodate the thousands of children, and the ones that are available are Catholic schools supported by the State. The air is sticky and hot, and the people are poor and oppressed. Yet in the midst of poverty, in the ravages of a nation known for corruption, this little town of 5,000-10,000 people is experiencing revival, and YOU are a part of it!

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