Evangelistic Messengers Association International

MISSION OUTREACH TO MISKITO INDIAN NATION IN THE RAINFOREST OF NICARAGUA

PASTOR CHARLES BENNETT DIRECTS NEW HOPE'S MISKITO INDIAN OUTREACH.


NHR is broadcasting to in the rainforest of Nicaragua and Honduras. Broadcasts are mainly in this people's group native Miskito language (with some Spanish).

​God is using our Christian station to reach people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ who have never heard the Gospel.

We already have another transmitter and antenna up river, that we believe will soon be completed, will be reaching Miskito Indians in another area of the rainforest.

After we are able to purchase two additional transmitters and antennas, we will be broadcasting to the entire Miskito Indian population. This is approximately 125,000 people.

Thanks for your "prayer of agreement" for the $25,000 that would make this a reality soon! 

Children's home on our mission property in the village of Kisalaya.

The radio tower has already been erected uprive in the village of San Carlos. Adding this radio station in addition to our present station will give us a coverage of 160 miles on the Rio Coco River! This will enable us to reach over 60 Miskito villages!

Workers who erected the antenna for the mission outreach to the village of San Carlos.

New Hope's Conference Center is ready for 500 ministers and their wifes to come for training, as well as for crusades.