My family had an amazing opportunity to take a mission trip together to Managua, Nicaragua. The experience and blessings were beyond words. We had opportunities to love and serve and that is where the greatest blessings can be found!
Special thanks to Servants with a Heart, Samaritans International, and One Journey Ministries Nicaragua.
My daughter Annika reading up on missions.
We had the opportunity to wash the feet of those who would be serving us for the week.
Care packages for the kids!
Annika and her sweet friend Naomi.
Compound Dog Bailey
Servants with a Heart boxes loaded up on the Zoo bus
At Samaritans International Compound
Worshiping with kiddos at a village church
My husband Greg (right) and Steve (Blitz Worldwide Ministries)My youngest daughter Ava made a friend who spoke a little English!
Happy to receive a hot meal and take home meals for his family.Handing out Gospel tracts.
My girl teaching VBS
Compound dog Lobo!
Compound dog Mini!
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Visiting the first of two city trash dumps.
People working to make a living in the trash dump
We got a little dirty at the dump. This is my hubby and his sister Suzanne (Servants with a Heart) laughing at her dirt filled face! 🙂
We handed out food and tracts in a local neighborhood.
Taking turns holding this precious girl!
We brought our polaroids and lots of film and handed out photos to everyone who wanted one. Many of these people don’t have photos of themselves.
A slight break to visit the volcano!
The second trash dump. What a sweet little boy.
Jen and her amazing family visit this dump every Thursday. They have lived in Managua for the past three years as missionaries.
Worshiping and praying over people.
What a beautiful smile!
My new friend Celia <3
We are already talking about next year. God bless you Nicaragua!