Nicaragua Mission Trip

This past summer, members of Cary church of Christ had the privilege of joining a mission effort in Nicaragua. This trip took place as part of the Latin American Missions, overseen by the Forrest Park church of Christ in Valdosta, GA. Latin American Missions (LAM) is a multi-faceted mission effort to bring the Gospel to Latin America, primarily through Native Preacher Training. Cary church of Christ also partnered with LAM efforts in 2010, 2012, and 2014.

Here’s what Cary church of Christ member Brenda Hayner had to say about the trip:

Thank you to everyone who supported us and prayed for our mission effort to Nicaragua. We had a very successful trip and were blessed to be a part of it. We had 38 team members that consisted of several teens and adults.


YES II Team in San Marcos, Nicaragua.

Here is a brief summary of our work.
We knocked 138 doors, made 315 contacts, 271 Bible studies, 12 baptisms (including 1 young lady in our group), and 1 wedding in the 6 days we worked. A second wedding is in the works.


Singing service


The baptistry


Ezekiel, a 14 year old young man, was the first baptism of the week.



The newly weds wanted to be married, but couldn’t afford to, so they lived together and had a child. The team that worked with them taught them the truth and they wanted to get married before they were baptized. The team chipped in and paid for the necessary paperwork. We had the wedding followed by baptisms of the bride and groom.


One of the houses in the community.


Prayer during a Bible study.


Nellie, with her two grandsons, making tortillas to sell.

Eryn worked in VBS all week. Kaleigh, Angelina and I worked in the field holding Bible studies and helped out in VBS in the evenings. We worked on teams and I held two one on one studies with ladies.


After morning class, the kids like to play in the street right in front of the building.


VBS class time.


VBS skit volunteers dressed as the Days of Creation.

Thank you again. To God be the glory!
Brenda, Kaleigh, Eryn and Angelina

If you want to find out more about how you can personally get involved with Latin American Missions, visit

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s