Project Panali

Co-workers with God. How amazing that He chooses to work through us!

For us as a My Bridge family, that has looked like sharing hope with Nebraska families struggling at Christmas, providing funds to protect girls in Nepal in danger of being trafficked, and supplying backpacks filled with school supplies to children in India who couldn’t otherwise go to school… each of those opportunities also opening the door for the life-changing truth of Jesus Christ to be shared!

Now we have another opportunity to be co-workers with God together… this time partnering with VOTA through Food for the Hungry to transform Panali, Nicaragua over the next 10 years!

Why Panali? The people of Panali have significant poverty issues, along with an extreme openness to enter into a process of working hard to move from a place of receiving help to a place of taking ownership for building their community.

We are excited to partner with VOTA – a Christian rock band from Lincoln whose passion is to use their music and influence to bring awareness to where God is at work! We partnered with VOTA to impact girls in Nepal.

And we’re excited to work through Food for the Hungry, a ministry with decades of proven experience addressing the physical and spiritual needs of villages like Panali.

Through Bible-based leadership training and innovative community programs designed for transformation, Food for the Hungry has seen many communities be transformed, and through their expertise, we can be part of that transformation in Panali!

There is something each of us in the My Bridge Family can do, beginning with:

*  Child Sponsorship (letter writing and monthly giving foundational to the project)
*  Prayer Partners (the spiritual foundation for transforming lives in Panali)
*  Mission Trips to Panali (facilitated by My Bridge and VOTA)

We invite you to join us in the first stage of transformation – Child Sponsorships.

You can learn more here!

Sponsor a Child

Listen to the Morning Conversation with Bryan Olesen of VOTA

How FH partners with Communities (6 1/2 minutes)

A snapshot of FH in Nicaragua