Pastor Training

Nicaragua One-Day Pastor Conference

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Time is really different in Nicaragua, which is one of the things that really got under my skin when I starting visiting the country in 2008. If you say something is supposed to start at 9:00am, people will arrive sometime between 9:30am and 10:00am. So in the eight years I traveled to Nicaragua, I have […]

Travel

Rancho Santana, Nicaragua

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During my two day break between leading a week long mission team of 28, and a one day pastor conference for 27, I got the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful places in Nicaragua (and probably the world), Rancho Santana. These pictures do not do justice for how incredible this place really was, […]

Missions

The Highways and the Byways

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“And the master said to the servant, ‘Go out to the highways and hedges and compel people to come in, that my house may be filled.’” (Luke 14:23) The story I’m about to tell you was seen through many eyes; mine only catching the end. Our mission team began the day delivering food boxes in five […]

Missions

Monday in Nicaragua

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Today we got to teach over 800 kids at La Panama that Jesus is both God and Savior! Check out our highlight video below: Tomorrow we go to a brand new school, so please pray for a welcomed reception and for God to shine through us. Hold the rope Hardin.

Missions

Sunday in Nicaragua

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It’s always encouraging spending time with family. Today our family was multi-ethic, multi-linguistic, multi-cultural, yet bonded through the blood of Jesus Christ. Today we sang in different voices (and words), yet we sang with one voice the story of our redeemer and of his old rugged cross. Today we saw the family of God, red, […]

The Bible

God is big, sovereign, and cool (Nicaragua Recap)

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[Guest Blog by Bailey Futrell] In a song by Rush of Fools called “Held in Your Hands”, it says, “All our yesterdays and all of our tomorrows; held in your hands, held in your hands.”  These lyrics perfectly describe our past week in Nicaragua.  Having been to Nicaragua I knew that there is no such […]