Sarah Nash
Sarah Nash

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Sarah Nash will serve through the new extension of House of Hope in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. As an educator and dental assistant, Sarah is passionate about serving women and children through ministries of discipleship, education and health. House of Hope Ministries in Cochabamba and in Santa Cruz offer tutoring and after-school programs for children whose mothers are at high risk for exploitation, work with youth with addictions, serve the homeless and provide medical and dental clinics for at-risk children.
Projects, Journals & News
| Putting down roots in Bolivia
| The “Unsettling” Stage

When I was at my cross-cultural training last summer we focused one of our days on transition. I learned that there are five stages of transition. First is called the settled stage, second is the unsettled stage, third is the chaos stage, fourth is the re-settling stage, and lastly is the “new” settled stage. I feel that I am in the unsettling stage of transition.

| Happy 2019!

I wish you a very happy and healthy new year! May God’s hope, love, joy, and peace live within you and through you during 2019!

| Woo hoo! Almost to the goal!

You are sending me and your ongoing gifts allow me to serve through International Ministries as your Global Servant to Bolivia! Because of your partnership, my current percentage of recurring support is 83%! Just 17% to go and I can buy my ticket to Santa Cruz, Bolivia!

Mountain Flowers | God is faithful

Many evenings a group of us would walk the trail near campus. I loved these walks to be outside and see God’s beauty all around me. We processed together what we learned that day and had meaningful conversations about life and future ministries.

| What does it mean to be salt in Bolivia?

House of Hope doctors and dentists are being salt when they provide free health-care with bi-monthly mobile clinics.