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Our Ministry Programs

At the Pearl Foundation, ministry is more than providing food, medical care, education, homes, and Bible clubs. It's about building long-term relationships. It's about sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with every man, woman, and child.

Child Eat

Pantanal Children's Feeding Program

We are committed to ensuring no child goes hungry. In Nicaragua, numerous children face food insecurity. Every week, our Ministry Center welcomes hundreds of children for a hot, nutritious meal five days a week, totaling more than 1,500 meals!

Granada City Dump

Granada City Dump Ministry

In the Granada city dump, you'll find adults and children searching for items to sell for recycling and sometimes even for food. It's also where we go every Wednesday and Friday where 80-100 people come for a time of praise and worship, prayer, teaching from the Bible and a hot, nutritious meal.

BackYard Bible Club

Backyard Bible Clubs for Kids

Teaching the Bible is the foundation for our ministry. We began with 10 children in the backyard of a home. Ten years later more than 300 children ages 3-13 gather for 4 bible clubs every week at our Ministry Center. They build friendships, have fun, but most importantly, our incredible staff teach them the hope of Jesus from God's Word.

Youth Group 2

Pantanal Community Youth Groups

In February of 2016, 10 students came at 7am on a Saturday morning to hear more about God. Today, more than 65 youth come to each week to study, share and learn from staff member Addys and her husband Felix. These students started in our Back Yard Bible Clubs when they were young children!

Evening Devotions

Posintepe Community Ministry

On Thursday mornings, our staff team begins at 7:30am sharing the Gospel door-to-door. We have discipleship classes in homes. In the afternoon, neighbors come together at the Peniel Baptist Church where the Pastor and our team lead children and adults in worship and teaching from the Bible.

Nicaragua Couple Home

Family Housing

We're blessed to partner with a American living in Granada to build safe, secure houses for needy families, especially those who work in the city dump. To date, we have built nearly 150 houses for families who previously lived in structures made of plastic, and pieces of old tin.

Ministry Center

Since we began ministering in the Pantanal Community in 2011, we have used people's back yards and a small church for our meeting places. We outgrew all of these. Praise the Lord. In November 2016 we purchased property in Pantanal and began construction on our new Ministry Center. This 2000+ sq foot facility includes an open space for children’s activities, a kitchen, pantry, bathroom, storage, an open-air rancho and more. It’s the center of our ministry activities and a beacon of Hope in this area for the Glory of God.

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