SPONSOR CONNECTION – 4TH QUARTER 2018

It has been a busy end to the year at EA! We had many children graduating from school, many celebrating birthdays and quinceneras, and big sales in our EA online shop. Follow the link below to find out more about all that happened at EA this fall! SPONSOR CONNECTION – 4TH QUARTER 2018

SPONSOR CONNECTION -2ND QUARTER 2018

It’s been a difficult season in Nicaragua and at EA; however, the Lord continues to bless and sustain us. To read more about how EA is doing during this season, what we are doing to continue the ministry, and how you can help; follow the link to the newsletter below. SPONSOR CONNECTION – 2ND QUARTER […]

CAMPUS NEWSLETTER 2018

Ever wonder what’s happening all over campus at EA? Our yearly campus newsletter is the perfect way to learn more about what’s happening at the HCN, what teams are doing, and how you can better get involved and join our mission! Follow the link below to read more about EA in 2018. CAMPUS NEWSLETTER 2018

SPONSOR CONNECTION- 1ST QUARTER 2018

From welcoming 6 new children into our program to starting a new school year, 2018 started with a bang! So many blessings ahead for 2018! Follow the link below to read more. SPONSOR CONNECTION-1ST QUARTER

The Fruit of Focus

They were a community under attack. Every year the waters would rise, and when they descended they took with them the well-being of the people. Families lost their homes, their livestock, and their security. Until, finally, a gift was given and a partnership was formed. Such was the beginning of Mt. Sinai. In 2009, after […]

Mt. Sinai | A New Identity

Old Loneliness (Vieja Soledad) is not the most welcoming name. Yet, for about 65 years, this was the self-chosen identity for a community in the periphery of Quezalguaque. During the rainy season, floods killed livestock and destroyed housing. In harvest season, thick clouds of smoke enveloped the homes each time that the big plantations burned […]

More than a symbol

Meet Jesús. At a time in El Ayudante’s life when finances were tight, staff was overworked, and the future held many questions, Jesús and his brother, Franklin, were brought to our attention by Nicaragua’s Ministry of Families. They asked if we were able to take them in as they had been living on the streets […]

communion through prison doors

…And is this not—at least in part—the meaning of Communion? It is a time for each of us to extend our hands and hearts beyond the spiritual, emotional, and physical prisons that every human experiences in order to remember what it is to feel something genuinely good and true and beautiful.And is this not—at least in part—the meaning of Communion? It is a time for each of us to extend our hands and hearts beyond the spiritual, emotional, and physical prisons that every human experiences in order to remember what it is to feel something genuinely good and true and beautiful….

Apron Ministry

A big thank you to Julie Downes and the rest of the Auburn UMC team for bringing this beautiful ministry to Nicaragua. You all truly blessed the ladies of Mt. Sinai!  Read Julie’s Words below: February 2012 an elderly lady in Nicaragua admired my short apron I made with three pockets across it. I wore it […]

Tomas Borjes is rich in hope and love

As I look back over the past eight weeks that I have spent here in Nicaragua, I am amazed by a lot of things, but mostly by the people. I love people.  One of my favorite things in life is building relationships with others. I love to hear people’s stories—what has made them who they […]