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Are you a faith group looking to partner with a Nicaraguan community on a water, sanitation, or reforestation project? Or are you a faith group interested in a mission trip to work side by side with Nicaraguans? Below you will find a variety of helpful resources that we hope will guide you and your plans.
Consider a special church campaign to educate and involve your congregation in empowering Nicaraguans to meet their water, sanitation, and reforestation needs. Download a bulletin insert to use with your campaign.
Read the Barna Report about the benefits for individuals and the congregation of short-term mission trips.
Grow Proclaim Serve! Mission moment about El Porvenir
Visit the UMCOR page about El Porvenir, Clean Water and Sanitation, Project 525000
To make a donation to El Porvenir via The Advance of the United Methodist Church, please click here.
Read about El Porvenir on New World Outlook. Learn about the faces of clean water (July-August 2010) and our new watershed management program (March-April 2013).
El Porvenir was featured in the United Methodist Publishing house's Sunday school curriculum Grow Proclaim Serve. Read about it here.
Read about how Columbine United Church worked together to raise over $13,000 for clean water in El Tanque, Nicaragua.
Read a sermon from Michael Smith of College Congregational Church about the gift of “ Living Water” and when Jesus talks with the Samaritan woman at the well.
Is your faith group preparing to go on a mission trip? If so, please look at this reading guide.
A Devotional Guide for Mission Teams written by a UM Pastor. Here are some ideas for reflection and devotion time while on your mission trip.
“Servir a Dios,” music in Spanish by the Strathdees who have a connection to the Baptist church in Nicaragua.
This Episcopal Church-initiated forum–webcast aired prior to Earth Day 2012–is in keeping with the belief that our church and the faith community at large have a unique role in bringing the principles of environmental justice to life.