Diego is one of four siblings. He lives in a quiet community just 10 minutes outside the bustling city of León, Nicaragua. His mother Alejandra works long hours washing clothes — hard work for very little pay. Lorenzo, his father, farms on the family’s small plot of land. His average monthly income is $80. Diego wakes up every morning at 6 am to feed the chickens. His house is small with dirt floors and walls made from scavenged plastic, wood and tin. A few years ago, Diego’s parents had no clue how much God would bless Diego (and their entire family) through CRF sponsors and one of our partner programs: “Las Maripositas” Christian Preschool. When Diego started preschool at age… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: January 2014
When I think of 2013, I will always remember it as the year that CRF and Bread for a Hungry World merged. Bobby Moore contacted me with the vision of us becoming one. We dreamed together, listed the pluses and minuses, saw how similar we already were, and then knew that we would be better together than apart. I don’t know how a union could have come together more smoothly than this one. Truly, God was behind it.