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Nicaragua

Frontline Missions began working in Nicaragua in 2008. The first trips were focused on planting a church in La Trinidad. Since then, churches have been planted in other areas throughout the country. While building and establishing churches, attention is also given to medical needs and caring for children.

Through camp ministry in El Terrero, youth, children and pastors are trained to do God’s work. Frontline also manages a farm to generate resources for the Nicaraguan people.

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Food for Millions Refugee Program

Homeless Venezuelans living on the streets in Pacaraima, Brazil Frontline emptied its coffers for Food for Millions, the Venezuelan food relief fund. We sent our last funds to Valencia, the northwest shore of Guyana, and to...

Upcoming Jesus Film Campaign

In May 2018, Frontline Missions was approached by Manna Church of North Carolina to see if we would be willing to partner with three organizations to expand the Kingdom of God. This would be done via the Jesus film in...

Afternoons Under The Cashew Tree

Monday afternoon under the cashew tree was my favorite time of the week, not even daunted by the hot Brazilian sun's intensity. Ten students and I gathered around a table in the shade to learn Bible stories. Our teacher was...

Reaching Nations

I have always enjoyed learning about languages and cultures. When I was young, I studied many languages including English, German and even some Japanese. Translation opened the door for me to meet Alan and Heidi Winter and serve with the...

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    Medical Clinics

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    Constructions Projects
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    Economic Development

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