Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Living on less than $2 a day, it’s difficult for people to find jobs even in areas like Granada, the tourist capital of the country. There’s a sharp contrast between the fancy restaurants and beautiful architecture in the tourist areas and the poverty of the locals.
There is a huge need for role models, discipleship, and authentic community building efforts. In response, Adventures in Missions has partnered with Restore Educate Activate Perpetuate (REAP) ministry in Granada. The men and women of REAP Granada desire to share God’s love, disciple all who are hungry for spiritual growth, and build healthy community.
REAP Granada reaches out into the community in multiple ways: through worship, Bible studies, sports, dinners, visiting local hospitals, and prison ministry. Their land, Campo de Cosecha is the heartbeat of REAP Granada which is used to engage with the local community by helping the people we encounter to encounter the One that created them.
The acreage of Camp de Cosecha is devoted to farming and aimed to create a sustainable ministry model. The crops help provide jobs for locals, and contribute to paying for current ministry expenses. The primary benefit of this land is having a place to live in close-knit, Christ-centered community.
By joining REAP Granada’s mission you will be helping to foster an environment where people can meet the love of Christ.