Agua for Managua was born out of a life-changing mission trip to Managua, Nicaragua. We witnessed first-hand the devastating affects of poverty and the lack of even basic needs, such as access to clean water. Once home, we were reminded just how incredibly blessed we were to live in a community of such fruitful abundance. Upon further reflection, we felt strongly that it was our duty to repay that favor. Agua for Managua is the result of that call to action.
My name is Madison Harkins and I am a senior at Westlake High School. In the fall of 2014, I will be attending Texas A&M and majoring in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Psychology.
Through being a part of Agua for Managua, I’ve learned that with a passion for something and an unwavering trust in the Lord, we can accomplish anything.
My name is Elizabeth Brigham and I, too, am a Senior at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas. Fall of 2014, I will be majoring in Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University in South Carolina.
Through Agua for Managua, I have learned to trust that I will find so much more fulfillment, joy, and love through doing God’s will, rather than my own.
My name is Megan Rioux and I am a senior at Westlake High School. In Fall of 2014, I will be attending Clemson University in South Carolina, majoring in health sciences, in hopes to become a physical therapist.
One of the biggest lessons I have learned through this journey is that when you trust in God and let him work through you, anything is possible.
My name is Grace Robertson and I am a senior at Westlake High School. Come May, I will have decided between the University of Texas, University of Virginia, and the University of North Carolina, with a preferred major of nursing.
God has continually shown me how much of an impact I can make on one person’s life with just a simple act of love, no matter how difficult or small it may be.
My name is Madi Goll and I’m a senior at Westlake High School. I’ll be attending Belmont University in the fall of 2014 and will be studying music business.
The people of Managua, Nicaragua possess some of the biggest hearts I’ve ever witnessed and I’m filled with love and joy when I’m there. It has been an honor to answer the call to serve the people within this community.
My name is Hayley Redding and I’m a senior at Westlake High School. In the fall of 2014, I will be attending Texas A&M and majoring in Biology. Gig’em!
Agua for Managua has been a daily reminder for me to serve others with everything I do and put others before myself. I have learned that when you are working for the good of others and you are striving to better God’s kingdom, the opportunities he provides are limitless.