one week away from all phones, faxes and email in one of the poorest
countries in the Western Hemisphere. Add to that Spartan dormitory-like
accommodations that include abused and abandoned children from the
streets of Managua who have nothing except the love in their hearts,
and they give generously of themselves.
trip was a break from some non-essential creature comforts in which
I was able to reflect on my walk with Jesus Christ, my personal
mission and my future. I found hope and I found people around me
who had set their priorities according to Gods plan, and I
saw how He was faithfully helping them along the road they had chosen.
that I had all the tools and resources I needed, that I as one person
can make a difference; I just needed to take that first step of
faith and God will be with me all the way.
Cristiana de la Familia-CECRISDEFA-(Christian Family Center) on
the outskirts of Managua is a ray of hope in a desperate country,
and the school, childrens shelter and medical clinic are being
built one brick at a time thought the efforts of the local faithful
and MPPC along with The Vineyard Church in San Jose (Calif.).
down there and laid a few bricks, but God rebuilt my life in the
process. I found that whatever I use of my gifts, when I give, I
am rewarded one hundred times over.