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Introducing Nations School

Nations Church is Expanding

Success Through a Wide-Angle Lens

LHI From Then 'Til Now

Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation: Part 1

Missionary Spotlight: Ely Blanquet

Filling Voids

“It Stirs My Heart…”

From Shovels and Dirt to Ribbons and Cheers

Somewhere To Turn

Missionary Spotlight: Ramón and Dulce Garzón

One God,
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The Littered Path to Our Doorstep

Missionary Spotlight: David and Sandra Acosta

La Viña Ministry Training Center/Fruit of the Vine

Nations Church: Reaching Beyond Our Walls

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Letters to My Sponsor

Our World is Shrinking

Missionary Spotlight: Jenny Azuara

Beneath the Surface

Play a Personal Part in Hope and Healing

Reaching New Nations

Marginal Difference

The Story Behind Our Look

Important Projects

20 Years of Living Hope

Q&A With Kids: Malu

Resilience

Braulio: A Life and Heart Restored

An Open Window: The Huerta Family

From Neglected to Protected

Graciela: Grace of God

Their First Noel

Q&A With Kids: Erika

Q&A With Kids: Ada

A Perfect Match

Hope for Josue

Their Journey Together

Running: Miguel's Transformation

The Story of Luz

Gerardo's Journey

 

Goats Floats

School Drive

Leastest Outreach

Sweet Dreams

 

Introducing Nations School

With a brand new school building, it is time for an official name!

We want to introduce you to: Colegio Naciones, or when translated, Nations School. “Colegio” is not to be confused with the presumed translation college, locally the term signifies a prestigious school for all ages. This new name naturally places the school within our greater vision—to reach the world (nations) with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Visually, the logo for the new school complements our family of ministry brands with a scholastic twist.

Consider the Tools

President Lincoln is attributed to this insight: Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.

This president, an advocate of the rights of the oppressed and helpless, understood that the right tools, along with adequate preparation, are a higher priority in the task at hand than mere physical force.

We must now consider the tools needed to equip the first-ever onsite school at Esperanza Viva. It is time to complete the funding for the things so many take for granted in a school. Things like a hands-on science lab, modern curriculum, the latest learning resources, technology to connect to a fast-paced world of communication and information, not to mention the in-house medical clinic needed as the first line of wellness and treatment for the children.

We have carefully planned what it will take to construct and equip our school, assessing the capacity and potential as the campus grows and as the community commits to sending their children to us to be educated. We have spent 23 years teaching children in tents and the hour to bring down barriers to education is fast approaching.

Join us now in the final stretch of preparation and equipping as our teachers take hold of the proper tools for the task at hand.

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Total funds needed to equip the new school for move-in and classes to begin. $345,000