We rejoice in the fact that not only were 817,000 meals provided for those in need in Nicaragua, but that because of those meals and the sharing of the gospel, over 140,000 people gave their lives to Christ. We thank our partners Way of the Cross Ministries, Global Samaritan Resources and Mission for Christ.
February 28, 2012: FTN shipped 43,000 pounds of dried vegetable soup. This is enough to provide 850,000 meals. This soup was shipped from Califorinia to Jinotega, Nicaragua. Mission For Christ will give the food to 31 schools, and 24 congregation. This soup contains, beans, lentils, carrots, corn, peas, peppers, onions, potatoes and pasta.
On December 16, 2011 Feeding The Nations will load 42,000 pounds of MannaPack rice, soy and vegetable meal packages for Way of the Cross Ministries to distribute in during their outreaches throughout Managua, Nicaragua. Last year Way of the Cross saw over 72,000 salvations in their outreaches.
Good news! The two containers with 570,120 meals that were shipped on February 28, 2011 and March 8, 2011 arrived on May 14, 2011 and May 19, 2011 at Mission For Christ in Jinotega. Distributions are taking place now and many children are being fed.
Feeding The Nations partnered with Global Samaritan Resources to ship two containers with 570,120 rice meals to Mission For Christ in Jinotega. These containers ship on February 28th and March 8th and are valued at $113,780 total. Mission For Christ provides nourishment for 26 schools, 24 congregations, nursing homes, individual families and special schools throughout the Jinotega region. Some of the communities and villages Mission For Christ reaches include: Jinotega, Apanas, La concordria, San Rafael, La Paz, El Attilo, Pantasma, Wiwili, San Jose Nocay, El Cua, La Dalia, San Juan, El Dorado, Yankea, Sille, El Bote, San Andres, Pantawsa, Esperanaz, Tuberias and a number of other smaller communities.
Nicaragua is the poorest Central American country and has been in a state of emergency with the recent historic rainfall amounts. Almost 15% of the country has been affected
by the massive flooding with over 6,000 living in shelters. Mission For Christ gives prioriy help to mothers with children and families with children and elderly.