Project Description

Managua, Nicaragua


Pastor Angel Amador led a team of believers from Danli and Tegucigalpa to plant GCLA’s first church in Nicaragua in 2006.

The church is conveniently located in close proximity to several prominent universities, which has already brought in several very encouraging young leaders to the church. GCLA hopes to influence youth in hopes of changing the future culture of Latin America, to break the chains of poverty with the power of the Gospel.

The Church in Managua is a great example of how GCLA attempts to take a holistic approach.

Since the church was planted in 2006, God has used the church to start a malnutrition center that benefits 16 kids between the ages of 3-5. The children are cared for at the church building, where they received meals, education and most of all are introduced to Jesus Christ.

In order to touch the more educated generation, the church started a computer lab where students can come to study, use the Internet and hang out.

Additionally, in 2011, GCLA’s medical partnership with Total Health allowed GCLA to hire a doctor full time to run a clinic to administer love through medical assistance and evangelism.