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Alajuela, Costa Rica (PRWEB) November 7, 2006 -- Although the elections in Nicaragua probably won't generate a lot of interest among most Americans, they should. Factories in Nicaragua produce clothing sold in the U.S., coffee and vegetables are exported to the U.S., and more and more North American tourists are visiting Nicaragua every year. Nicaragua is one of the poorest countries in the hemisphere and there is no shortage of Nicaraguans living and working in the U.S.
"The elections may or may not change the work we do in Nicaragua," says Paul Heier, director of Mision Hispana Mission Society. "Promises have been made by various politicians saying we won't experience any problems with a change in leadership. We hope these promises are true, but the fact is our trust remains in God -- not in politicians," Heier stated.
"For our part, we're doing everything we can to raise awareness about both the spiritual and physical needs of the people in Nicaragua," said Heier. Heier works as a missionary in both Nicaragua and Costa Rica. He helps start churches, train leaders for those churches, has a small feeding program, and works with visiting medical teams.
Many missionaries live and work in Nicaragua. Teenagers as well as adults from the States and Canada come to help the people of Nicaragua every summer. Some, like Heier and his wife, Thania, become so burdened for the people that they leave their homes and jobs in the States to live among the people and make a difference. Chris Rozycki says, "I sold my car and gave up my career to help the people of Nicaragua and Costa Rica." He added, "We'll just have to wait and see what the future holds and what the attitude of the new government is."
Missionaries will find out along with everyone else who won the election; however, it will be several months before the new president is installed and, even longer before new policies are enacted.
Paul Heier is a missionary to Nicaragua and Costa Rica with Mision Hispana Mission Society. He is the author of Leading Out of Love, WANTED: A Christian Leader Who is Real, Vulnerable, Loving, Gracious, Kind, Honest, and Godly, and Moving Beyond Appearances and Living for God. He holds degrees from Clearwater Christian College and Columbia International University.
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