March 1, 2019
Joey and Danny bring you stories and guest interviews from Amigos’ work in Nicaragua. Amigos for Christ is a non-profit organization that works shoulder-to-shoulder with Nicaraguan neighbors to bring community leadership, clean water, health, education, and economic opportunity to rural communities in need.
February 6, 2020
Last week’s water celebration in Espabel felt much heavier than the typical lighthearted water system inaugurations we’ve witnessed in many communities over the years…
October 11, 2019
By: Ivette Rivera Education can completely change the trajectory of a child’s life. Unfortunately, there are many obstacles to receiving an education; Amigos for Christ is working to change this. For Marbely Carrasco, access to education came in the form of both a high school and college scholarship through Young Leaders in Action, Amigos’ scholarship program. Through these scholarships, … Continue reading “Marbely Carrasco”
October 5, 2019
by: Ivette Rivera “Because she is a very kind person.” “Because she teaches me to read.” “Because I can dance and play at school.” “Because she gives me books to read in class.” “Because she’s always happy and fun!” These are just a few of the reasons the students in La Coyotera appreciate their teacher, Esperanza. Each one of her students know how important her work is and are … Continue reading “Hope in La Coyotera”
October 2, 2019
Don Roberto’s story illustrates the impact the Microcredit Program can have on the lives of rural Nicaraguan families. At 52, Roberto is strong, diligent, innovative, and cheerful. He has worked hard and successfully grown corn, dragon fruit, and raised pigs.
September 6, 2019
Kendra Redding is a registered nurse from Mississippi that has a love for travel and serving others. In addition to nursing, she also owns a group tourism business, with which she returned to Nicaragua on a medical mission in 2019.
August 9, 2019
My father isn’t a Christian, but he is a man of faith. And as a man of faith, he raised my sister and I to have service in our hearts. He has led by example…
June 5, 2019
BY: MARY ALLHOFF SALMERON
Mary Allhoff first came to Nicaragua in 2011 and has been involved with Amigos ever since. After spending multiple summers serving, she now lives in Chinandega full time with her husband (fellow Amigos staff member, Abraham “Tio” Salmeron) and stepchildren and has a little Nicaraguan on the way. She loves working in Human Resources and with Amigos scholarship students and can’t wait for you to come visit!
April 2, 2019
BY: JENNINGS BROOKS
Jennings Brooks is an aspiring storyteller pursuing a journalism major at The University of Georgia. March 2019 was her first trip with Amigos. Check out here online portfolio here!
March 6, 2019
BY: CRAIG MERRIGAN
Believe it or not, John Bland used to work in the insurance industry! Many moons ago, that’s where we met. Absent that connection, Amigos and Nicaragua would not be on my radar. In 2005, my family became involved through sponsoring scholarship students. We were delighted to be a part of this. Since then, our involvement has happily grown and it has been a great privilege to play a small role in this amazing organization.