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Miskitu Indian Mission, Nicaragua

Christmas Is In The Air

Mud covering my rubber boots, eyes red from smoke of the wood cook fires, exhausted and dirty I sat down on the makeshift table/bench and began sorting out the rice that had slipped through the huller unshelled. I had gone along to Kitaski (several villages upriver from KrinKrin) where we were hosting a large meeting … Continue reading »

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Ministry Update from Sarah

It’s a beautiful Saturday forenoon; from my window where I sit at my desk I can look out across the village, cows and horses grazing, ladies preparing to cook the noon meal on their wood fire boxes, little boys walking on homemade stilts, and little girls running down to the wet-weather creek to fetch water … Continue reading »

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Update from Eli

Dear friends brothers and sisters, Thank you all for your prayers and support for the work of the Lord in Nicaragua. Leah and I came back to the States for our yearly updates the first part of June. I am on my way back home now, but Leah is staying for the new grand baby … Continue reading »

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“What Does a Normal Day Look Like for You?” by Sarah

“What Does a Normal Day Look Like for You?” by Sarah June 2018 One of questions I seem to get asked the most is, “What does a normal day look for you?” This is honestly a really hard question for me to answer because no one day is like any other. I don’t get up … Continue reading »

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