Commonway in Nicaragua

Day 3

Day 3 – The FH Team

We spent some time this morning at the local FH office. When we first came a year-and-a-half ago, they had a staff of 10 or 12. Today they have close to 30 folks (all from this part of Nicaragua) working in various roles. At least seven are devoted solely to the child sponsorship program. As a whole, this team is dedicated to the people of Caulatú and the surrounding areas. They have a deep passion to see God at work, bringing physical and spiritual transformation. It’s tough work. There are setbacks. They deal with resistance and indifference. Even though there is a rich history of Christianity here, there’s a deep poverty of body and spirit.

As the partnering church, our role is to, first and foremost, pray. God has knit our hearts together in way that can only be described as supernatural. So even if you have not had the chance to visit yet, your prayers are vital. In particular, pray for this FH team, that God would give them strength and sustain them, that He would give them wisdom. And pray, too, for miracles. For sure, the need for physical healing is great, so pray for those needs. Even more so, pray for the miracle of salvation, that God would capture the hearts of men, women, and children.

The picture at the top of the page is the view from the FH office front door.

 

Jeremy Neckers

Jeremy Neckers

Jeremy Neckers is the Administrative Pastor at Commonway. Originally from southwestern New York, Jeremy moved to Muncie in the early 90s with his parents and sister. After graduating from Delta High School, he earned a degree in chemistry and biology from Ball State in 2002.  While Jeremy has been a part of Commonway since its inception, he spent a number of years as a middle school math & science teacher before joining the staff. He and his wife, Maggie, live in Muncie with their two daughters.

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