Chosen Children (CCM) serves in dozens of barrio communities near the cities of Managua and Leon, Nicaragua. These barrios are typically located in rural areas where the average income is less than $2/day with the unemployment rate often above 80%.

They live in homes made of plastic, cardboard, and corrugated tin and use bed sheets to divide their home into small rooms for up to 15 family members who live in the home. Almost all have dirt floors and are open to the elements.

CCM knows that poverty is more than a dirt floor, or a tin home with no food. The deepest poverty is a life without Jesus. Join with us we partner with communities to break the chains of multi-generational physical, emotional, and spiritual poverty.

Every Easter we receive a special offering and we give 100% of it away. This year our project is just outside of Managua. Nicaragua with Chosen Children Ministries.

We want to challenge every family in our church to give at least a $100 to help us build 100 homes. Chosen Children Ministries builds homes for families who live in plastic homes with dirt floors, drills fresh water wells for cooking and bathing, digs latrines for proper sanitation, provides clothing, basic medical care, and sanitary items.

If $100 is a stretch for you, then do what you can. If that's easy for you, then do more than that, what matters is that 100% of us get involved this Easter and give to help communities break the chains of multi-generational physical, emotional, and spiritual poverty. 




Making Christ known and bringing Life Changing transformation to men, women, and children in Nicaragua.