New HANDS missionaries welcome challenges

By August 8, 2007

Nicaragua (MNN) — Worldwide Christian Schools welcomes Ryan and Tiffany Postma to their
mission in Nicaragua.

The two met in the spring of 2000 while Ryan was on a college mission trip and Tiffany was living with her family in Managua. They later married, and they now have two young daughters. While they both felt called to missions earlier in life, their main priority was their children. 

While expecting their second daughter in January of 2007, they found out about a position with WWCS. God's calling for their lives came back strong as people came into their
lives to encourage them and reassure them that it was God placing an opportunity in front of them.

They are now embracing the calling wholeheartedly and ready for the challenges it may bring.  "We believe strongly in [Worldwide Christian Schools'] commitment to help Nicaraguan children have access to affordable Christian education," writes Tiffany and Ryan. 

They will be participating in a HANDS work team. HANDS teams spend time building schools,
playgrounds and any other school-related structure. "We ask that you continually lift up our family and Worldwide Christian Schools in your prayers. We thank God that He is
in control and that we can be a small part of His plan." 

The total yearly cost of their mission is $21,165. Click here if you'd like to help make their service possible.

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