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SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA

Hug From God

“It was like getting a hug from God.” Short-term teams had just finished adding a floor and a roof to a partially-built church, and the pastor’s wife was ecstatic. The rural La Montana church plant no longer needed to meet in a garage. They could finally worship in their own building. And be a visible witness in an area with no other church presence.

Empowering the Church

Located in a farming village near the Costa Rica coast, La Montana is the first of four thriving church plants started with our partner church, ICRICEN (Central American Christian Church) in San Jose. One of our goals is to empower ICRICEN to plant churches in areas where our missionaries would not be as effective. All of the church plants benefit greatly from our short-term teams through construction projects, children’s ministry, and community outreach. We count it a privilege to be used of God as He gives hugs to His children in Costa Rica.

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