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The Countdown to Nicaragua with Friends In Action

March 15th, 2011

LISA LANDIS-I invite you to listen March 21-28th as I travel to Nicaragua with Friends in Action Intl.

Friends in Action (FIA) is a “Friend to Missionaries”…Equipping, Sending, Drilling, Building, Assisting, Accelerating the work of reaching the unreached around the globe.

Since 2004, FIA has worked alongside two indigenous people groups-the Rama and Miskito peoples who live on the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua. Projects there include helping to rebuild homes destroyed by Hurricane Felix in 2007, as well as helping to move 40 of 220 families living on Rama Cay (an overcrowded island) to the nearby mainland and develop an environmentally stable and self-supporting community.

FIA takes a holistic approach by working to help the people in all areas of their life including education, training and helping to establish the church.

I travel early Monday, March 21 and return late Monday, March 28th.  Listen to WJTL FM 90.3 for reports throughout the week live from Nicaragua and visit WJTL.COM for pictures, videos, and blog entries updated daily.

And please be in prayer for my trip.  Pray for safety and that the people of Nicaragua will have the opportunity to tell their stories of faith including their joys and trials.  I’m looking forward to helping you witness FIA at work in Nicaragua!

 

 

 

 




  1. bethany
    March 15th, 2011 at 19:01 | #1

    My friend just went on a missions trip to Nicaragua! I’m looking foward to hearing about your trip and what God is doing!

  2. Marsha
    March 16th, 2011 at 11:49 | #2

    My 16 year old son Brandon (Brando as he was known by the Nicaraguan children) and I and 16 others from our church were down in Managua, Nicaragua on a missions trip helping John and Wilma Hall to build a childrens center which they call Wilma’s Dream. They are using this center to feed over 200 children a hot meal once a week. It was a very productive trip and am very anxious to hear about your trip.

  3. Elsie Beiler
    March 16th, 2011 at 14:05 | #3

    WOW! Have fun on your trip!! :)

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