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Dedicated to Spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Miskito Indians of Nicaragua

About Us

Board of Directors

Click here for information on our current Board of Directors.


History

The Nicaraguan Mission Project was begun in 1971, jointly sponsored by the M.V. Society and the Student Association [of Southern Missionary College, now Southern Adventist University].

The goal of the project is for the student missionaries to build a new mission station in the jungle about 75 miles from the eastern coastal town of Puerto Cabezas, in a little village named Francia Sirpi.

The area has a tropical rainy climate--a region of swampy, low plains that are drained toward the Caribbean Sea by three rivers. It is a land inhabited by the Miskito Indians. The student misisonaries have named the mission outpost, "Dawan Pleska," meaning "The Place of God," in the Miskito language. 

Read more about our history here.


The Team in Francia

Tom Lawrence, Team Leader

Eda Tucker,  School Director

Dr. Emilio Caldera,  Medical Director

Bety Caldera-Accountant, Coordinator

Matthew and Victoria West, (Brother/sister)  Teachers/radio station operators, Matthew-Maintenance Assistant to Tom

 

 

 


The Guestbook

View a list of volunteers who have served at the clinic both past and present: