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Dear partners and friends,

Enjoy our latest (and very brief) video capturing an adventurous trip by pickup to the Miskito Coast town of Bluefields and our work in the remote, upriver jungle community of Anglo America to drill for clean water! Please click below.

We are grateful for all you have done over the years to support and participate in our work in impoverished, river communities and we praise God for his provision and many blessings on our work!


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Dear Volunteers, Donors and Supporters,

Peace and Hope is excited to announce that we have enhanced our name....we are now Peace and Hope Frontier Mission! We believe our new name more accurately captures our commitment to the small and isolated communities on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua.

We continue to develop our delivery of humanitarian services and resources to Nicaragua. We have made a commitment to take on a more advanced approached to meeting what we have determined is the single greatest physical need in our target area...clean drinking water. It is our hope that in 2014 we will begin a pioneering and ambitious water well drilling program on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua.

Two of our board members, Tom Clay and Harry Aldrich, have courageously challenged themselves to raise money for our well drilling project by walking from Gordon Conwell in Hamilton, Massachusetts to Wells, Maine...roughly 70 miles...on December 21st! Their goal is to raise $18,000! You can support Peace and Hope Frontier Mission and Harry and Tom via our website or by visiting:
where you can follow their fundraising progress.

Thank you for your support and prayers!


Peter Coleman and Roger Drost

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Dear Friends, Volunteers and Supporters,

It is with great enthusiasm that we approach the beginning of our 2012 Summer Project. We have been blessed with a great team consisting of willing and eager volunteers from ME, MA and VA...a group of 19 in all! Some will be arriving as early as June 30th and they will be here serving in Nicaragua until the third week of July.



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