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Offline nicaflyer

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Anybody want to go to Nicaragua?
« on: Wed Jul 09, 2008 - 21:36:22 »
Hi

I am brand-new to this fourm, and would like to introduce myself...my name is Carolyn, and my husband and I are serving in Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua.  It is on the east coast of Nicaragua, and we are both pilots.  We help the local Miskito Indians by teaching them English, helping with basic needs (food, clothing, and shelter), and, most importantly, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.  We have an airplane which is available for transport of sick and injured people, and to transport doctor and pastors to smaller communities.  We will soon build a school for the local children so that they may have a quality education.  We plan to teach the locals to fly airplanes so that they may make this ministry "their own."

I am looking forward to getting to know you folks, and let me know if you have any questions about us.   Our organization means "house of service" in spanish.   I am also interested in the experiences of other missionaries and maybe we can help and encourage each other.

Carolyn
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Re: Anybody want to go to Nicaragua?
« Reply #1 on: Thu Jul 10, 2008 - 17:42:44 »
Hi

I am brand-new to this fourm, and would like to introduce myself...my name is Carolyn, and my husband and I are serving in Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua.  It is on the east coast of Nicaragua, and we are both pilots.  We help the local Miskito Indians by teaching them English, helping with basic needs (food, clothing, and shelter), and, most importantly, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.  We have an airplane which is available for transport of sick and injured people, and to transport doctor and pastors to smaller communities.  We will soon build a school for the local children so that they may have a quality education.  We plan to teach the locals to fly airplanes so that they may make this ministry "their own."

I am looking forward to getting to know you folks, and let me know if you have any questions about us.  Our website is link removed per forum rules   It means "house of service" in spanish.   I am also interested in the experiences of other missionaries and maybe we can help and encourage each other.

Carolyn


¬ŅExisten muchas oportunidades para que los indigenos practiquen el ingles en su pueblo?

Offline nicaflyer

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Re: Anybody want to go to Nicaragua?
« Reply #2 on: Thu Jul 10, 2008 - 21:13:43 »
Si, hay algunas.  Ellos quieren ensenarle como hablar Miskito! 

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Re: Anybody want to go to Nicaragua?
« Reply #3 on: Sun Nov 23, 2008 - 06:23:28 »
if you need someone to work with pastors then let me know.  i have a year committment left on my present employment and i will be looking for something in 2010.

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Re: Anybody want to go to Nicaragua?
« Reply #4 on: Thu Jan 22, 2009 - 14:09:58 »
Hola, creo que tu trabajo con los indigenos es muy importante por el mundo. Es necesario porque los indigenos necesitan oir la palabra de Dios. Yo quiero ser un misionero, pero necesito practicar espanol. En específicas, que cosas necisitan oraciones?
Me gustaria oir tus historias sobre que Dios esta haciendo. Me gustaria hablar en el futuro.



 

     
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