Nicaragua (Centro Nehemías):

Location:Leon, Nicaragua

Number of Positions:1-3

Expected length of service:1 year

Costs associated with the Cohort: Approximately $10,000 for one year

Purpose: To support Nicaraguan local ministries in engaging the communities around them.

As part of the Cohort of Missioners, participants will have the opportunity to engage in direct service, a spiritual formation process, and a theological perspectives training.

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Background on Ministry Partner: For 10 years, the Nehemiah Center has worked with pastors and leaders towards a common worldview and shared vision for the city. Assistance is needed to help the local ministries healthily engage with the community around them.


  • Live in an intentional community of spiritual study and prayers
  • Engage with locals in the community in conversations, and work with local churches or schools seeking to engage through youth events and community development opportunities
  • Travel to other regions (Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, and El Salvador) to visit and learn from other mission cohorts
  • Carry bilingual conversations, take public transportation, and navigate alone in an urban setting


  • Spanish language skills are preferred, however, could be included in initial studies
  • Ability to work independently and engage with locals is imperative.
  • Possess a strong desire to engage with Nicaraguan leaders and community members on a personal level and develop positive working relationships
  • Openness to learning a new culture and eating a staple diet of rice and beans

Costs: $15,000.00

Note: Additional costs include vaccinations, medical and travel insurance. Fundraising assistance is provided, and ministry-related expenses are tax-deductible.


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