|Nicaragua LSN 2013|
It's like being a part of the first congregation somewhere, truly pioneering. The first ever Regular Pioneer Class for sign language here in Nicaragua was monumental and full. It was held in the city of Masaya. A two week course beginning on August 5, with classes starting at 9am and ending at 4 pm, with weekends off was intense, to say the least. The class supported a range of regular, and special pioneers including the wife of the circuit overseer. The years in service also ranged from one year to about 15. The diverse range of experience only added a richness to the class that yielded a lot of deep conversation.
Here's a first look at this fabulous group of people serving where the need is greater.
|Noehmi & Me|
|Aww, freak out!|
|Masaya Regular Pioneers|
I learned a lot in my second class and had a very unique experience. So much so, that it is hard to find the words to explain it. Seeing is believing, if you're interested in trying out a foreign territory but Spanish, Chinese, Miskito isn't your thing, before you give up try sign language. There is still a need here for workers and the rewards are bountiful. Come to Masaya Sign Language, visitors are always welcome.