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Bethany Beachum's Blog

It is mid-April in Nicaragua, and the hot, dry heat of the summer season has arrived. During this time of year, the sun is strong, the dust is thick, and the air is heavy with the scent of the mango harvest. The beauty of this country is an abundant gift that keeps giving, and I am thankful. In previous newsletters, I have briefly mentioned a human trafficking program that the Nehemiah Center has begun. I would like to take the...

There are so many reasons for gratitude. The strong winds have blown into Nicaragua, and we are now entering into el tiempo seco, or the dry season. Nicaraguan summer. As the rains have come to an end, bright flowers in all colors and varieties have been blossoming all over the city. Somehow for me, these flowers are reminders of God’s faithfulness in the past year. Two weeks ago, we had our first staff devotional of the year at the Nehemiah...