Our evangelism and church construction outreach began in Casares, a small fishing village along the Pacific coast about an hour’s drive from Managua, the nation’s capital. Here people remain without many of life’s basic necessities, including clean drinking water.
But Messiah Project is helping, with a childrens feeding program and other community development projects, while seeking to meet the most desperate need of the people; salvation through Christ and discipling in the faith.
Jesus’ command was to “go,” and since its simple beginnings in 2002, our evangelism and discipleship outreaches continue to grow throughout the country. The Lord has raised up numerous thriving and growing churches with a vision to reach out to the lost.
The outreach has been extended to some of the most remote regions of the country. As part of our native missionary program, small teams travel by bus, horseback and by foot to take the Word of God into areas where the Gospel has not been heard.
Messiah Project also has ministered in the men and women’s federal penitentiary in Granada. With a population nearing 800 inmates, the power of God’s word continues to touch and transform lives as nearly half of the inmates have come to know Christ as their personal savior and through the faith of these believers the Lord has built, at this facility, the first ever evangelical church within prison walls in Nicaragua.
Addition photos from the Carazo region can be seen in our photo gallery.