Saturday, February 21, 2009

2nd Annual LifeLink International Golf Tournament Plans Underway

LifeLink Int'l President Mike Turner showing pictures of pre-school children meeting at the LifeLink Ministry Base in Nicaragua to planning group for upcoming LifeLink golf tourney.
Brian Rossi (standing) leading planning group discussion for the golf tournament

Plans are underway for the 2nd Annual LifeLink International Charity Golf Tournament to be held on Saturday, May 2nd. The golf tournament will be held at the beautiful Chateau Elan Golf Club in Braselton, just north of Atlanta.

Last year's tournament organizers Brain and Jennifer Rossi and Sunbelt Office Products, Atlanta, are once again spearheading the project. Over 100 golfers participated in last years tournament with great prizes and a fabulous silent auction.
You can check out a press release and photos from last year’s golf tournament at All proceeds will go to benefit the LifeLink Ministry Base in Nicaragua.

More details will be coming shortly so stay tuned.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Meet the Tingles - On Their Way to Nicaragua!

Wayne and Megan Tingle and their two daughters, Alison 6, and Emily 3, are preparing to move to Nicaragua as LifeLink missionaries. The Tingles attended missionary training in Mexico as part of their preparation for becoming missionaries.

Wayne's background as a business owner in the building construction and landscape industry will be a great benefit working at the LifeLink Ministry Base. Wayne also is a musician and worship leader at their home church in Orlando, FL. Megan's degrees in communication and English as well as her experience in editing, creative writing and teaching will be a huge addition to the education aspect of the ministry in Nicaragua.

The ministry of LifeLink International is excited to welcome the Tingles.

LifeLink Donates Sports Equipment to New Youth Program in Ciudad Sandino

The City of Sandino, which is where the LifeLink Ministry Base is located, has become a haven for gangs and drugs. In an effort to curtail the problem, the City of Sandino has started a new program working with high risk youth to get them involved in sports and off the streets.

LifeLink donated soccer and baseball equipment for the program, and will work in conjunction with the City of Sandino and the mayor's office to help in their effort.

Pictured above with the donated equipment are two directors of the new sports program along with LifeLink Int'l President Mike Turner (center).