Maximum Mission project draws 100 volunteers from 6 countries

Maximum Mission project draws 100 volunteers from 6 countries

by | 09 Jul 2019

Nearly 100 people from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, United States, and Honduras participated in a Maximum Mission community service project 28-30 June in La Ceiba, Honduras. The project gave participants the opportunity to experience cross-cultural ministry with people from many different nations.

The group visited a nursing home and an orphanage to host a Vacation Bible School and to share the Good News with children and adults. They also delivered food to families in need, cleaned up around the neighborhood, provided crafts for children, offered free beauty salon services, and prayed with people in the community.

"During this time, many people reconciled with God, and others accepted Jesus in their hearts,” said Luz Jimenez, Mesoamerica North Central Field Global Missions team member. “Glory to the Lord because He continues to use His Church to change the world!"

--Church of the Nazarene Mesoamerica

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