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Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America with a population of about 6 million. The main language spoken here is Spanish. The vast majority have never heard the gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus alone.

We have been very successful in Nicaragua at helping the hurting and sharing the Good News including through

  • water wells
  • prison ministry
  • hospital ministry
  • law enforcement training
  • sports outreach

We are working hard on setting up a school on the edge of the Laguna de Apoyo in Masaya.

 

For more information on how you can be a part, contact us!

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Video Slideshow of outreach in Kenya and Nicaragua

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Here are links to a 1'30" slideshow of CrossWay International's outreach projects to widows in Kenya and hurricane victims in Nicaragua in December of 2020. https://youtu.be/gEYIXxODvts   Youtube Video Link:…

January 2021 Prayer Calendar Update for CrossWay International

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We just sent out our latest email update. If you want to get updates in your email, feel free to subscribe! https://gocrossway.org/cwidocs/2021-January-PrayerCalendarUpdate-CrossWayInternational.html

Hurricane Relief Efforts – December 2nd update

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December 2, 2020 Yesterday, our CrossWay International team in Nicaragua, led by Kevin Aguilar, brought a truck full of supplies to some of the folks who were hit hardest by…

2021 Baldizon School Infrastructure Upgrade Wish List

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We would love to continue to give toward infrastructure improvements at the public schools that are near to our campus in the rural Laguna area. The bathroom project was a…