Playgrounds are Amazing!

Yes, Yes, Yes, playgrounds are amazing! The thing is, down here we don’t have access to the incredible playgrounds that are in just about every school in the United States. So, when our friends from Hope Rising Church in Pennsylvania made the trip down earlier this month to install new playgrounds there was sooooo much excitement, and it did not disappoint!

God orchestrates things in interesting ways. Our friend Pastor Randy and Feed the Hungry organized an amazing blessing to our ministry. They worked stateside with Kids Around The World to get two playgrounds donated and shipped to Nicaragua for Open Hearts, such a huge blessing. Then COVID hit and the playgrounds sat disassembled…for two years! That made the arrival of Pastor Harry’s team from Pennsylvania even more exciting! As I said, playgrounds are amazing!!!!

Assembling the playground at Club Esperanza was quite the endeavor. Sometimes you have to improvise and we used that tree branch you see up there to get the roof up and on to the four poles! It was amazing and maybe just a little not so OSHA approved LOL! Even more amazing was that the team was able to do miraculous work and finish this playgrounds installation in only two days!

Once we had everything assembled the hard part came….keeping the kids off the playground while the cement dried. The timing was perfect and we only had to wait one half day of school before we let all of the kiddos onto the playground and you can see in the video below that it was an incredibly fun inauguration party!!!

Ok, so the real reason that playgrounds are amazing came to me yesterday when I was talking with Perla who is one of our long time teacher’s assistants at Club Esperanza. Sure a playground like this is incredibly fun, but Perla told me something even more amazing. She said…

“Chachi you know what…I think some of the kids have been coming to school just so they can go on the playground, it is so funny. That is all they talk about. Even better is when the classroom is loud and I am yelling silencio silencio silencio…all I have to do is say, If you don’t quite down you don’t get to go on the playground. Immediately everyone is quite! Or when our room is a mess I just tell the kids, we can’t go to the playground until we pick up all the trash in the classroom. Immediately the floor is spotless!”

How awesome is that?!? This play area is going to be such a blessing for so many kids who could never have imagined having something like this at their little school outside the dump in Managua, Nicaragua. We are so very thankful for this amazing team and amazing partners in ministry.

Playgrounds are amazing! Thank you Jesus!

And if you didn’t think that playground installation at the Club was amazing…this team of folks from Pennsylvania also installed a HUGE playground out at Ruby Ranch. Click the picture below to link to the story about that great adventure…and a huge shot out to Pastor Ramon and his son Ray for their expertise and experience that got us to the finish line. Without Ramon’s knowledge from building parks all around the world we may not have made it!

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Clinic days are back…

As the world opens back up and we move on together from this horrifying pandemic we are excited to start welcoming our friends from overseas back to Nicaragua to serve with us. Our home church Christ Journey has been providing medical relief here in Nicaragua for almost two decades now…and after a sad hiatus we were finally back together again serving Jesus by caring for the sick and injured among us. It was such a joy to be back on the field together with old friends and new ones…clinic days are back again! Praise the Lord!

One of the most difficult parts of health care here is not just finding a doctor to see you. It is having the money to buy the medicines your are prescribed, especially if they are hard to find. A free doctors visit is not worth much when they find something is wrong but you can’t afford the medicine at the pharmacy. Christ Journey not only traveled down with skilled doctors but also with a full pharmacy…and if we didn’t have it on hand, we made sure to find it at the local pharmacy. One of the first things we did together was get all of those meds sorted out and into individual packaging…Juliette was a big help!

We saw over 100 patients every day at Club Cristiana La Esperanza and out in Los Cedros. There was such a great appreciation shown by every one who passed through. We served new born babies having trouble crawling, their old siblings with uncontrollable coughs, helped cure many different types of infections, tended to some patients in their 90s, gave out plenty of medicine for pain and helped to give consult and medicine for many a kidney infection.

Just as important as any medicine, we all knew the truth that in this life we will always have trouble but Jesus has overcome this world! (John 16:33). So, even when we gave medicine and shared great wisdom from decades serving in the medical field…we also took time to pray. Sometimes the medicine is just not enough, sometimes somebody just needs to know they are loved, sometimes a person needed to hear that there is a God who loves them and forgives them. I stood with Pastor Roberto when he hugged a young man who asked for prayer after his consult…he had been addicted to drugs and incarcerated, he wanted a new life. Roberto (who pastors La Iglesia Hashem Addonai at Club Espernaza) shared the Gospel with him and as he was sharing stepped forward a wrapped his arms around this young man. He need a father’s love, he needed forgiveness, he wanted to be reconciled with God…and all those things happened for him that day at the clinic. Amen to that!

Another awesome part of Christ Journey’s clinic is that we had Bibles on hand to give out to everyone who wanted one…big patients and little patients. Dr. Pam had many little ones come through and it was such a joy to have illustrated Bibles to bless them with. It was so sweet that on the last day when the last patients were coming, it seemed like we were through for the day. Then a young mother walked up and asked if we could see her child. Of course we can always see one more! So they brought her to Dr. Pam who was packing up and had one children’s Bible left, she looked up and said “I knew this one was for someone!”

God arranges everything perfectly the way he wants them to go…we are just called to be ready, hold on tight and follow wherever He leads us and let Him take care of the details. Amen!

You might have notice Mason was wearing medical protection gear. Mark is a long time lab technician and came with the team to be able to do lab work for patients. This is a very unique and incredibly helpful feature to offer at a clinic. It was so awesome for Mason to be Mark’s translator and helper! We joked that they were the “pee patrol” LOL! For our family personally this was such a blessing to have Mason and Aliyah able to join the team and serve with them. They learned invaluable lessons…more than just how to do lab work, but that was incredibly cool too!!!

We had plenty of adventures together as well. We heard about an older woman in the neighborhood who was bedridden and unable to make it to the clinic. Dr. Aracely said let’s go see her, so we hopped in a Tuk Tuk and made the short drive ten blocks away and we were able to make a home visit. In this specific case we were actually able to leave a blood pressure machine with this family so that she could continue to have good care at home.

We also made adventures together to the local volcano which was a really cool experience. And then on a more comical note, we had another adventure with Dr. Araceli. She has been coming to Nicaragua for many years now and has always talked about milking a cow…this trip Don Enrique our neighbor made it happen for her! We won’t include the video but if you know anyone from the team ask them to show you…the cow had a little extra surprise that morning hahahaha!

The entire week was such a blessed time! The team did great work that blessed so many here in Nicaragua. But they also blessed our family greatly as well. Just coming down was so special after so many years without teams, but the encouragement they spoke over our family and our children are the types of things you can’t put value on. Thank you Christ Journey…we love serving the Lord with you!

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Casa Robles: Fun from the states…

Whenever we come home from the United States we always try to bring some fun back! We got to spend a little time with the boys from Casa Robles last week and gave them their gifts….we are gonna have a big ol’ Nerf battle some time soon!!!!

We appreciate and need your continued prayers over Denis, Elery and Maryel. Some specific prayer requests…For Denis he is in University now and it has been a challenge academically, so please pray for his time management and overall encouragement not to give up. Elery and Maryel are both doing well in school (making the honor roll!) but their conduct needs our prayers…you are not supposed to take other kids snacks Maryel!!! LOL! It is sort of funny, but also not funny. Just typical boy stuff, but please do pray for these two to grow up in honesty, good behavior and kindness.

Also, your continued prayers for Mama Angelica are appreciated. She and Yuri are outstanding house parents and have really dedicated their lives to this calling. These children are their own even in some of the hardest circumstances. Angelica is a cancer survivor and walked through very difficult times over the last year and a half…so please pray for her continued healing! Ever appointment and every exam brings some fears and anxieties as I am sure those of you who are cancer survivors know.

Thanks for your love and prayers for Casa Robles!!!

If you would like more information on Casa Robles click here. Also, any donations toward this rescue home ministry are a huge help. We are entirely supported by friends and donors, amen and thank you!

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Great time with Family and Friends…

We just traveled home for a time of vacation visiting family and friends. We were so blessed by so many friends we got to see in person, friends we didn’t see who still sent us fun things for our travels like gift cards and meals, and most importantly time with family…we had so much time with family and it was such a blessing. Our favorite place to be is at Mema’s house! We did so much fun stuff with Mema….including going to the Magic Kingdom (Mema is in her 70s and rode all the crazy rides, check out the pictures!!!). The absolute best part that we all love is being at Mema’s house and just enjoying spending time with her, hanging with her doggies Jagger, Georgia and Merlin, riding bikes out front, and all the amazing home cooked meals Mema makes for us (and Mr. Bill on the grill)! The hardest part of living overseas is missing family…so these long visits make up for lost time and give us invaluable time together! I love you momma and miss you already! (ps. Mason passed Krista in height while we were at Mema’s!)

We also had sooooo much fun with all of the cousins this visit. We stayed in Florida and spent a week at the Rahals, a week on an RV trip with the McDonalds, and then we all mixed it up in the in betweens. We also got to see Grandpa and Gramma Losi, Aunt Lizzie, missed Uncle John because of Covid (argh!), got to be with Pop Pop on father’s day weekend! Of course time always gets away and we missed some of our extended family in Florida which really makes me sad…one day we will have to have a big cousin reunion!

I really just love that our kids are getting extended times with their cousins and their tias and tios. I remember those great times my parents gave us as a kids and we really are so blessed to be able to do this for our children. Thank you to all of you who support us personally in our life as missionaries! You really bless us and make times like this happen for us. Prioritizing family times amid all of the ministry that is always ongoing is so important…we are very thankful.

Friends friends friends!!! Ahhhhhhh we love to get time to catch up with life long friends as well as friends we have made in recent years. Miami and south Florida is where Chris was born and raised so there are roots that go deep in the area and in our at church Christ Journey Church, we also got to attend a wedding on Florida’s West Coast and see long time Nicaragua friends, and as we traveled we crashed into a few other Nicaragua friends! Thank you to all who blessed us with meals, a place to stay, a quick visit, a phone call, a last minute get together….ah and sooo many that we missed. We love the community of friends God has blessed us with. Another HUGE blessing from being home in the States!

The craziest time was that we got to see the Ohrans (our dear friends…and our girls best friends who are part of our missions team here in Nicaragua!). They were coming back from a family visit in Oregon and we were just starting ours, the timing was perfect and we surprised our girls by meeting up at the Magic Kingdom!!! Super thankful to our Nicaragua friends in Orlando who helped make this happen for us!

Doughnuts and Chick Fil A…some of the things we definitely miss living in Nicaragua. LOL! We had such a blessed time home in Florida. Thank you for keeping us in your prayers as we hit the ground running back in Nica. God is good and we feel his strong calling on our lives here! If you would like to support our family financially we would be very blessed by that…you can do so here on this link or use the donation buttons below.

Love, Los Farringtons

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Club Esperanza…we have our land title!

After many months of praying and getting papers in order, we have the official land title for our land at Club Espernaza! In fact, we were selected to be recognized by the local government offices to receive the title in person at a ceremony last week. What a blessing! It is so great to find favor and be recognized for the hard work and impact that we are having at Club Esperanza. Jesus is glorified in these good works that our team are doing every day of the year…amen! “Let your light shine before men, so that they might see your good works and glorify your father who is in heaven.” -Jesus (The Gospel of Matthew 5:16)

Why is this important? Having this land title will allow us to move forward in building our educational building, arts center and sports fields with all proper permits and approval of the local municipality. We have been operating in make shift classrooms for the last two years…but we are out of space, so this will be amazing! Now for the next big steps, because this is a $250,000 endeavor. But Jesus is huge and all things are possible with God. Please be in prayer as we move forward into the next big things at Club Esperanza…and if you want to give to help with the building of the school we would be greatly blessed by that! (link to donation info here).

Members of our Junta Directiva for MCCA/OH receiving the land title…

We are so excited about the future! But that certainly has not kept us from continuing in ministry. Most recently we celebrated “Dia de Madre” and “Dia de Papa” at the club. As you look through all of these fun pictures please keep praying for these families we are serving. We know that the Lord wants families to grow in healthy ways and be able to be united and strong. The daily efforts by the men and women of God who serve at Club Esperanza are having a huge impact. Praise the Lord!

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A little family update…

Since switching from doing paper newsletters by mail to sharing almost entirely on our blog, one of the things we sometimes omit is sharing family updates. Having your support for our family means so much to us and we want to give a little update and let you know we are doing well, our kiddos are growing up, and life is charging along…

Our daily life consists of a lot of random and wild ministry happenings that can hardly ever be predicted, while at the same time Krista keeps us all sane by bringing at least some order to our lives everyday at home. Homeschooling four kiddos (two high schoolers) is quite the task but all of them are doing really well with school. Having online classes available has been a huge blessing and has helped to keep things pretty consistent. Aliyah is actually preparing to start doing college courses in certain subjects…getting college credits as she finishes her final years of high school. We are super thankful to have so many resources for homeschooling. Krista can testify, that it is not an easy task being a full time teacher for all four grade levels at the same time…but God is good and we are blessed! Life at home is full of lots of fun and laughter…and maybe some crazy moments too, but we are doing well!

Even with its unpredictability, all things are going well in ministry too. Chris will head out to Club Esperanza on a weekly basis, stopping by Casa Robles and checking in with the boys and house parents. Krista has been joining the Tuesday morning prayer meetings at Club Esperanza and most recently hosted the women for an online seminar of The IF Gathering. The randomness comes in the phone calls from the rio coco, the house constructions projects, bug infestations, the repair projects we don’t anticipate, the crazy administrative things to keep everything going, the earthquakes, you know totally normal stuff…but it is an awesome Jesus journey that we are on, and we love it!

Mason and Aliyah have both gotten into a local club soccer team. It has been a great experience for them on many levels. Mason is 14 playing with an Under18 team of all older kids. He is in the starting line up on occasion and has gotten significant playing time. It’s a huge challenge to be the smallest and youngest, but he is fighting through that. They are winning games which is fun…he started in a 4-2 win over Colegio Bautista last week! Bautista is the school our boys from Casa Robles go to, so that was extra fun.

Aliyah is doing really well too! She joined the varsity girls team at NCA in the fall and this club team grew out of that. They are winning some games too and are in the middle of a big tournament with other Managua teams this week. An added bonus is these teams are run almost entirely in Spanish, so that has been a big help in both of them to grow in their second language.

Sports can be a great place to share Jesus with others and lead in a direction that glorifies God even while you compete fiercely. We are proud of both of them in the way they have been a good influence on their teams. Teenage years can be tough, but when a group of kids get a focus on the greater things of God in the middle of those years, it can change their lives for ever. That is our prayer for these teams!

Life here at Quinta Havilah is always full of fun and activity too. A big part of our lives and ministry changed over the last few years. We used to have lots of visitors stay here with us and join in ministry. That slowed down a great deal with the worldwide pandemic, but we are starting to have friends visit again. This doesn’t mean we haven’t had to maintain the property and keep things on the up and up. The rainy season is starting so things will be green again soon and we are constantly making improvements at the Quinta. Thank you to all who have helped with that, your generous support has helped so much to sustain us all! Being down here all these years with extended family close by on the same compound has always been such a big part of our ability to sustain life. Not only do we have a place to live, but we have a constant bit of support with each other. One big part of being together is BIRTHDAYS! We celebrated a bunch of them the last few months…most importantly is Krista turned 40! We had so much fun with her birthday, and Juliette’s, and Gigi’s, and Papa’s….birthdays galore! There are probably more, but these are the only pictures I found on my phone ­čÖé

Having good friends down here also makes life a joy and we are blessed to have people in our lives that we love and call friends. We don’t get to see each other all the time, but those friendships are also a very big gift to us! We may have on occasion piled into the back of our 4 ton truck and gone to watch fireworks on Nica Holidays! We make it out to movies, get together for Taco Tuesdays, play some poker nights, go to the beach for surfing and sun, and sometimes just lounge around together watching sports. We have lots of normal moments in life that we enjoy too!

We will say goodbye for now with our family picture from Easter. Isabella and Juliette are both doing really well too. As those of you who have been parents know, when you watch your youngest move through stages of life and there isn’t one to follow them up it can be kind of sad. So, we are loving these years where they still both enjoy playing with Playmobil sets in their room for hours on end and hanging Christmas lights in their bunk beds to make the nights a little bit more fun. Bella loves to read and will sometimes disappear for an hour to get a few chapters in of a Nancy Drew book or keep working her way through the Lord of the Rings. Juliette loves to make pancakes for everyone for breakfast before they wake up…we would have pancakes for breakfast, lunch and dinner if she could make the menu! They are both doing so very well, thank you for all of you who bless us by praying for our children!

God Bless from our little Farrington Family in Nicaragua!

Thank you for supporting us financially on this adventurous life Jesus has called us to. We don’t take your support for granted. We love it that in all these years of living as missionaries on faith we have never run out of funds. Our family has been supported and so have all the great ministries God uses us to do!

We love you all and hope you have a great weekend!

Los Farringtons

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Walakitang Happenings…

We continue in our support for Pastor Victor in Walakitang and the church planting network along the Rio Coco in the indigenous region of Nicaragua on the Honduran border. We support Victor and the churches under the banner of Verbo Church here in Nicaragua. Recently Verbo organized a pastoral training seminar in Puerto Cabezas for the Pastors from all the churches along the Rio Coco. It is so important to take the time to train and equip these men who have dedicated their lives to spreading the Gospel to the most unreached regions of Nicaragua.

Pastor Earl, who is the national director of Verbo church and an awesome brother in the Lord, organized the seminar and reported that it was a great success. He was thankful that we were able to step in later in the planning to help get all of the pastors transportation to Puerto Cabezas. Depending on where they were coming from it was a three hour bus ride or a full day boat ride. The dedication of these men is admirable, and we are always encouraged by the stories we hear of lives being changed.

Pastor Victor recently shared this photo he took from a village named Tigni Sangni. Victor decided to make the two our hike through the forest to get to the village to share the Gospel there. By the end of his stay he was in the river baptizing men and women into the Kingdom of God. The Good News of Jesus Christ reaches to the ends of the earth.

We support the work along the Rio Coco in many different ways. Over the last year we have sent tons of food up and down the river to assist as the people recover from the Hurricanes that hit. We send school supplies to the kids in Walakitang and their small school there. We have helped build boats, and homes and have supported Victor and his family for years. But pictures like this one are what it is all about.

That man in Tigni Sangni met the Lord that day in a personal way. Because of the amazing plans of God he now has a new life in Jesus to live with joy and peace and service and purpose, and he also has that promise of eternal life with Jesus. Amen and Amen!

We appreciate your continued prayers and support for Pastor Victor, his family, Walakitang and the Miskito churches along the Rio Coco!

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It is the little things…

I write that it is a little thing, but do you ever think about the bed that you sleep in every night? Have you ever not had a bed? In my entire life I have never not had a bed to sleep in. I know that I should never take that for granted. The work we do and the people the Lord has put into our lives, make us realize that having a little thing like a bed is not a guarantee. A bed is a blessing, not everyone has one. Have you ever thought about that?

Just a couple of weeks ago we had a group of athletes from Ohio State University down, led by Harry Miller and Mission for Nicaragua. Some crazy airline cancellations cut the team in half, the trip down then detoured through Coast Rica and ended with crossing the border by land…it was a wild adventure to get here! But in the end Kaitlyn, Harry, Big Jack and Little Jack (he is bigger than big Jack) made it down, Praise the Lord! When they visited Club Esperanza we had the funniest experience. All the kids asked if they could take pictures of them…it is usually the opposite where we are getting fun photos of all our new friends. But, they were impressed at how big the team was and thought Harry was Thor…so they were just taking pictures of us! Of course we entertained them making for some fun laughs, and then got a picture together at the end.

It is so fun to just visit, spend some time together and build relationship with the kids we do ministry with on an ongoing basis. These are relationships that can last a lifetime. But this team also had a great blessing to bring. They brought beds.

As I said at the beginning most of us do not think about having a bed to sleep on every night, it is almost a gaurantee. But the families we minister to down here in Nicaragua often make due with sleeping on the floor with old mattresses or cushions. Sometimes in the worst situations, children end up having to sleep on card board boxes to soften the concrete. You can see in this photo above one of the families had their make shift bed out…they didn’t want pity when they showed it to us. It was actually a moment of great joy for them, they said “look, that is what we used to sleep on, we want to show you so you know how thankful we are to you for giving us a new bed today for our family!” It can be a bit overwhelming, as you might imagine. But if you don’t step into the hardest situations, you can’t make an impact.

It is a special time when families invite you into their home. Even though we were delivering beds we still made sure to take time to visit together. We brought Bibles for each family that we visited that day. There were lots of smiles and laughs…and the kids liked to sit at the windows as the team worked and watch Thor swing the hammer! As we left every home we knew we had brought a sweet blessing to them, but we didn’t want to just leave it at that. We made sure to pray for each family and each child that would be sleeping in their new bed. It was a sweet time and we treasure in our hearts that this time sweating and working and blessing these families is something that honors the Lord and we know it is pointing people to Jesus…the biggest blessing any of us can have is eternal life, and we thank Jesus for that!

We really appreciated them pushing through and making it down to Nicaragua. Travel has been difficult if not impossible for a couple years now, but month after month things are getting easier. So we hope to have more friends down to help in the coming months. It is such a joy to serve the Lord together!

You Ohio State folks are awesome and we sure hope to have you down again!

God Bless!

Chachi….for all of our Open Hearts gang!

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If you would like to donate to our ongoing ministry at Club Esperanza or any other part of our ministry you can click here to follow a link for info to donate by check OR you can click one of the donate buttons above.

Our ministries here in Nicaragua operate year round, so we also hope you would consider setting up a recurring donation through Paypal or National Christian Foundation to make a year round impact. Thank you!

Ruby Ranch: Weekend Camps!!!

We have great news….camps have begun at Ruby Ranch! After months of hard work Brinson and Todd have reached the place where we can now have sleep over camps at Ruby Ranch!!!

Have you ever been to camp? For me it is one of the most important times of my life. I got saved at Camp University when I was thirteen years old…100% the best moment of my life! There is so much adventure, so much time for God to speak into our lives, time for fun, time for friendships, time for all kinds of awesomeness…AT CAMP! A few weeks ago was the first camp of the year with leadership and youth from Verbo Church here in Nicaragua.

Brinson was just telling us the other night how Isaac had tears in his eyes as he left camp expressing how grateful he was for the time they had, and how impacted he was by Mr. Buzbee’s prayers and teaching. Isaac is the leader of the group, so just imagine how God impacted everyone else!!!

Our goal for this year is to do as many camps as possible. Two dorms are complete, the bathrooms are complete and so we can handle 40-50 people for three day two night camps. We will be doing these camps on a national level and already have several churches and organizations in country that are making plans. So please be in prayer for this awesome season we are entering into at Ruby Ranch!

If you are interested in donating to help make weekend camps happen that would be awesome! You can sponsor a camper ($40) or you can sponsor an entire weekend camp ($1,600)…this would be a huge huge huge blessing! Nicaragua is still one of the poorest countries in our hemisphere and sometimes that cost can be difficult to come up with. So, if you wanted to join with us in that way, Praise the Lord.

Click here for the link to Donate to sponsor a camper…or a full camp!

Thank you for your continued prayers for Ruby Ranch. It is all of our hope that one simple thing happens at every single camp…a life is changed and drawn closer to Jesus! Amen.

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Club Esperanza: ¡Sopa!

We have had a rough beginning to the year down here with our family. Battling Covid and the lingering affects have messed up our routine a good bit. There was nothing life threatening as so many of our friends and family have had to deal with, but it kept us from starting our year in February as we normally would. But praise Jesus, we have been getting back in to the groove of serving this week….so I wanted to share this awesome photograph!

I was at Club Esperanza this week as lunch was being prepared and noticed the wind blew the cover off the food. Wow! What may look like just a bucket of food to you is a HUGE feast! Tuesday was soup day….┬íSopa! We see with our eyes everyday the harsh affect of poverty, hungry children on every corner. So, when I saw the sopa come out it impacted me…there are over 300 kids today who will eat well…a big piece of meat, a chunk of yuka, a piece of corn, a chunk of butternut squash…it is amazing! I love that God has made this possible. At Club Esperanza we have made great efforts with our partners to make sure that the children and families we serve don’t receive scarcely at our feeding program. They are provided for and given the opportunity to grow and learn with a full stomach….amen amen amen!

Thank you for partnering with us! Thank you for donating! Thank you for praying!!!

God is soooo good and we hope this random picture of a big pot of ¡sopa! encourages you today!

When Jesus had finished a day of ministering to thousands of people, over five thousand people as told in the Gospel of Mark (Ch. 6) his disciples were in a real bind. It was evening and there were thousands of hungry people who didn’t have anything to eat…

…By this time it was late in the day, so his disciples came to him. “This is a remote place,” they said, “and it’s already very late. Send the people away so that they can go to the surrounding countryside and villages and but themselves something to eat.”

But Jesus answered, “You give them something to eat”

Friends together we are seeing Jesus provide abundantly for hundreds of children every day. I know it is not feeding five thousand, but you can be so encouraged that this isn’t a one day thing…this is every day of every week of the year! Together, we are giving them something to eat….amen, so awesome!!!

We love doing this together with you….if you want to see the beautiful faces of all the children we serve click here to check out our Club Esperanza Facebook page…the sopa is a great picture, but the kids are way cuter! And get in contact with us via if you want to come down and serve in person…we are looking forward to seeing friends down here again!

Love, Chris & Krista Farrington

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