Grace to expand ministry into new country

By October 29, 2009

Nicaragua (MNN) — Grace Ministries International is looking to expand their
ministry into a new country: Nicaragua.

Recently, Jeremy Clark, a GMI missionary to Costa Rica, led
a team of 11 individuals into Costa Rica's neighboring country, Nicaragua, for
a total of nine days. There they saw God work as they shared the Gospel.

"A number of people trusted in Christ, and many seeds of the
Gospel were planted," according to GMI's Web site.

As a church and field, the GMI missionaries in Costa Rica
want to begin full-time ministry in Nicaragua by the year 2012.

So far, Clark, who heads up the Nicaragua field mission
efforts, has led two teams into the country in the last two years. Aside from
his work with Nicaragua, Clark and his wife lead the young adult ministry in
their church in Costa Rica, as well as host mission teams visiting the area.

Chuck and Joy Befus and Elnora Befus are also aiding in GMI's
work in Costa Rica. Their ministries include church planting across Costa Rica
and the recent work in Nicaragua. Additionally, a Grace Bible Institute was
started there in January of 2006. The goal of this institute "is to train the
next generation of pastors, lay leaders and missionaries," GMI's Web site
stated.

This team is excited to see God working in Costa Rica as
they expand their ministry there and into Nicaragua.

Pray for wisdom and guidance in these individuals' lives as they
seek to expand GMI's ministry and ultimately Christ's kingdom.

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