Hurricane Eta swept in during the first few days of November. Not long after that, Kevin Aguilar, our field director assessed a need in the community due to hurricane damage and the pandemic – and proposed a plan of action to put together 70 care packages. We put the request out to our supporters and the money we needed arrived in short order and was transferred to Nicaragua. Our team in Nicaragua got right to work, puchasing supplies and assembling care packages including rice, beans, chicken, soap, and some evangelism materials as well. Some of the people were able to come to our Laguna Campus to pick up their supplies and be encouraged with a short message from Kevin. Others, especially some elderly, we needed to deliver to their houses. Most of the care packages have been handed out, only 15 or so left to go. Please pray for continued open doors and for wisdom and grace.
Here are some pictures for you to enjoy. It is great to see God’s people in action!
Supplies purchased and loaded onto a truck.
Care packages are assembled, including evangelistic materials.
Here is some of the team at work assembling the care packages.
One group of care package recipients at our Laguna Campus.
Home deliveries for those who weren't able to come to pick up care packages.