San Onofre- A Village of Contrast

  In many respects San Onofre is a like a town in American west in the 1880s. In other respects it is set in 2017. The one street is dirt and I never tired of watching cattle being driven down the street to the well to be watered or being moved to or from pastures….

Day 7-9: The Final Farewell

Growing up I used to hear the older women at my church say that God works in mysterious ways. Coming to Nicaragua has helped me understand this statement. Though our first night in San Onofre was rough, somehow God was able to steer us through the entire week seamlessly.  Very few of us reported having…

Day 1-2: The Nejapa Clinic, Water Filters, and the Legend of Momotombo

  Accompanying our literal warm welcome to Nicaragua was the shining sun, a comforting cool breeze, open trucks full of smiling and beautifully toned people, and of course Jilmer. No one was missing the 12 degree weather we left behind in Kansas City as we drove through the bustling city of Managua with our AMOS delegation leader Jilmer…