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Rayitos Feeding Center

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Rayitos Feeding Center is a feeding center for children that feeds 100-150 kids Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday each week.  Rayitos is located on the poverty stricken barrio of Tangará that is part of Cuidad Sandino. Check out article in the ABWE Message Magazine online Soul Food

In May 2014, God provided the funding for the ministry to purchase its own property. It is still small, but it included a little cement-block house, shanty kitchen, latrine, and two large trees that provided sufficient shade for all the kids. God provided the funds to build new bathrooms and a kitchen.

Rayitos development:

  • Rayitos started in the small yard next to a house and the food was cooked over a fire on a couple stones.

  • The ministry next moved to the small covered porch of another house and the food was cooked over a wood stove made of bricks.

  • We purchased a small property in May 2014.  We met under a mango tree and the food was cooked over a wood stove in small shanty kitchen.

  • In October 2014 we built a kitchen and bathrooms.  We still met under the mango tree but we now had a kitchen with running water, electricity, and a large gas stove.

  • In 2016 we built a sanctuary where we meet for the program of music, lesson, and bible verse

  • In 2017 we built 3 classrooms and a small house for the caretaker.

  • In 2018 we began a prescholl with two classes of kids!

Praise the Lord - He provided!  Thank you to all of you who have prayed for this ministry and given generously!

If you are interested in giving toward this project please contact us or go to the Donate page of this website and follow the instructions there.  Donate Please add the name "Rayitos" to the comments section when giving.

“We are thankful to all the people who have helped our ministry because of their love for Christ. God has provided the money necessary for this ministry and now we are praying to expand its reach so we can impact more hearts in Tangará,” said Pastor Valeriano.