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Thursday
Apr072011

Four Campus Mission

In March, Charis Bible College sent four teams of second-year students on to the mission field in Central America. In a combined effort the teams from Colorado, Indiana, Illinois and Massachusetts, united with Karen and Darey Jolley founders of Ambassadors to the Nations to serve the local communities in Nicaragua. The thirty-six member team ministered to many groups of children in schools and neighborhoods, expressing God's love through the giving of gifts of clothing, shoes and other necessities. The CBC students also had the opportunity to share God's Word in a women's prison and at a Pastors' conference. As you will see in the images below, many lives were impacted by the teams' ministry efforts and the good news of the Gospel of Jesus.

A bus load of ministers and and a wagon load of wood. (Click to enlarge) The living conditions of those in need in some of the areas the student's visited. (Click to enlarge)

 

 

Gifts at each stop included Spanish translation Bibles, clothing and... candy! (Click to enlarge) God loves a cheerful giver and to see His children receive provision. (Click to enlarge)

The CBC teams were prepared with drama performances pointing to Jesus. (Click to enlarge) Bright smiles could be seen wherever the teams ministered. (Click to enlarge)

 

Pastor Daniel interprets for Ruth as she shares a message. (Click to enlarge) Boxes of love—these contained shoes and clothing for the children. (Click to enlarge)

The teams sort through shoe sizes.
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The teams washed the children's feet before placing on the new shoes. (Click to enlarge)

Sometimes ministry looks like clowning around. (Click to enlarge) Sometimes ministry looks like a dance party! (Click to enlarge)

Karen Jolley (left) and several team members pray for a young boy. (Click to enlarge) The teams ministered in schools, churches, prisons and in the streets. (Click to enlarge)