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Bill Cox

Bill Cox

Bill Cox is a self-described "less than everyday person" who is passionate about serving others. As El Ayudante, Inc.’s Director of Missions from 2000-2010, Bill provided the leadership to establish the ministry as one of the most influential NGOs serving Nicaragua. During those years, El Ayudante’s ministry was recognized by numerous local and national leaders including President Enrique Bolaños and Aminta Granera Sacasa, Director General of the National Police. In addition, El Ayudante's child protection center became recognized by the Ministry of the Family as a model for Nicaragua. As residents of Nicaragua for over three years, Bill, along with his wife, Teresia, represented the United States Embassy in Managua as consular wardens to the Department of León under two U.S. ambassadors. Chronicling his experiences while serving in Nicaragua, Bill has recently had published From Nicaragua: Principles for Life and Mission. (www.principlesfromnicaragua.com) Bill is a native of Brownsville, Tennessee where he served his community in numerous capacities including as an elected member of the Haywood County Commission. In 2002, the Cox family moved to neighboring Madison County to join like-minded families in planting Fellowship Bible Church of Jackson where Bill served as an elder. Today, Bill resides with his wife, Teresia, and their daughters, Rebekah and Jennie, in Cumming, Georgia close to their son, Walt, and daughter-in-law, Rebekah.

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The Unconditional Love of Christ—Is Just That! Dec 18, 2013