- development of healthy leaders, multiplication of committed disciples
- churches that actively participate in the transformation of individuals, families and societies
- discernment and wisdom for Pastora Jenny as she pastors a church, leads the district and manages several legal issues
- lifelong, God-honoring transformation for each family associated with the schools
- blessings for new church plants and the multiplication of church planters
There are two ICCM-sponsored schools in Nicaragua. Pastora Jenny Orozco was the principal of one until, based upon her proven leadership and administrative skills, she was asked to become the mission district leader this past year. The FM Church in Nicaragua is passionate about transforming the society for Christ. In addition to the established churches and schools, they are actively involved in Community Church Planting, provide adult education, offer cafeterias for children, and are beginning a bakery to provide gainful employment in this economically challenged district. There are also several church-affiliation projects in Nicaragua.
Nicaragua: The Free Methodist Church in Nicaragua was planted through the efforts of the Costa Rican FMC in 1995. Nicaraguan leaders with a heart for ministry were identified and recruited by Costa Rican Superintendent Jorge Gomez. After a long battle with declining health, the founder of the Free Methodist Church in Nicaragua, Luis Ampie, passed away in 2010.
El Salvador: Jose Eduardo Rauda, a FM pastor in Texas had to return to his home country of El Salvador with his family in the early 1990’s due to changes in immigration policies. In spite of the ongoing civil war, Pastor Rauda began evangelizing and planted a congregation. In 1995 Free Methodist World Missions became aware of his work and officially incorporated the church into the Free Methodist family when he returned to the U.S.
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- Population: 6,524,180 (73% urban)
- Evangelical Christians: 44.9%
- Population: 5,848,641 (59% urban)
- Evangelical Christians: 29.8%
- FM Work Opened in Nicaragua: 1996
- FM Work Opened in El Salvador: 1981
- FM Churches: 8
- FMC Membership: 643
- District Leader: Jenny Orozco
- Ecclesiastical Accountability: FMWM through Latin America Area Director, Dr. Ricardo Gómez
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Nicaragua Church Planting & Development
Funding the Nicaragua Church Planting and Development (CPD) will help resource the following people and strategic initiatives:
- Pastora Jenny Orozco, formerly the principal of a large FM school in Managua, who now oversees the growing ministry in Nicaragua and El Salvador.
- The Free Methodist-sponsored school in Managua that has won a government award for its contribution to the health and education of children and betterment of the neighborhoodHolistic ministry among children and youth that often meets the most basic needs in the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere
El Salvador Church Planting & Development
Funding the El Salvador Church Planting and Development (CPD) will help resource the following people and strategic initiatives:
- The mission district leader and future ministry development
- A growing ministry in the heart of San Salvador, serving in the smallest and most densely-populated country in Central America
Extra Mile Project
Nicaragua Strategic Initiatives
The Nicaragua Strategic Initiative fund supports initiatives or microenterprise projects providing for the church’s needs in ways that bring about transformation. Initiatives receiving loans through this fund agree on a repayment plan going back to the Nicaragua Mission District, allowing money to be reinvested in future projects.