Nicaraguan Christian Outreach is a Christian, Non-Profit organization, officially founded in 2000, by Christian brothers and sisters with a common vision to impart God’s love and mercy to the Nicaraguan people. After having served at various times in Nicaragua in Mission trip activities from 1990 to 2000, God led the founders of NCO to establish a long-term presence and visible ministry in the country.
The ongoing operation of NCO is not supported by any denominational entity or mission board. Most gifts and donations given toward Ministry Opportunity efforts, come directly from partnering churches and organizations through their separate means of funding. NCO simply partners with these other Christian groups to provide the path and/or resource needed to minister to the people.
Nicaraguan Christian Outreach is registered as a Non-Profit 501-C entity with the State of Louisiana, in the United States of America. We are currently seeking Non-Profit and Non-Governmental Organization status registration in Nicaragua. The Board of Directors guide the daily operations of the organization and do not receive any compensation from donations and/or gifts made through NCO. All donations and gifts go directly toward ministry activities as given. The Directors are wholly committed to advancing the Kingdom of God in the nation of Nicaragua and desire to minister and serve the Nicaraguan people for God’s glory. With Christ as the head and center of this organization, the members of the Board represent several different denominations of the Christian faith and are in unity in this calling of the Lord Jesus to the people of Nicaragua.
Through the direction of His Holy Spirit, we endeavour to be available and receptive to His leading in ways we can serve the Nicaraguan people. Over the years God has provided many different ways for us to assist and minister, and we pray that these means of service will be used to advance His Kingdom for His Glory. Christmas gifts, food, medical assistance, educational opportunities, clothing, housing assistance, and most importantly sharing the Good News of Jesus, are continual reminders to us of how blessed we are, and our responsibility to be of service to those who are in need.