their way to lunch.
rice with tomatoes, onions, peppers...and
chicken when there’s enough money. Her
helper ladles it right out of a huge
aluminum kettle perched on an old truck
wheel and ironwork.
a powdered apple drink mixed with water
and served in plastic baggies.
from Redeemer International Ministries Nicaragua
Fresh back from my latest jaunt to Nicaragua and
here to bring you up to date on our feeding program
For those of you who may not know, I’m working
with my friend Roberto Mindieta in Nicaragua to
ease the hunger of some of the more impoverished
children of the region.
Roberto, the head of Redeemer International
Ministries' feeding program in
Nicaragua, continues to amaze.
He has reorganized the feeding program; consolidating it
from 26 locations down to a more manageable 14. The
program now feeds on average 1,020 to 1,030 kids a day.
On behalf of a multitude of grateful young tummies, a most
sincere thank you for the generous support of our
With the help of
some very generous folks both in the United
States and Australia we’re
able to bring some very grateful kids lunch once
On this trip I made consecutive visits
to our center in Huehuete.
Around noon on Fridays in Huehuete you’re likely
to see youngsters ambling to the feeding center,
my neighbor and caretaker’s back yard in this
God bless all of
you as we do the work of the Lord...