New Hope Children’s foundation

Welcome to More Than Conquerors School

Since 2005 New Hope has provided education for more than a thousand children. There are kids in Nicaragua that long for a good education but can’t afford or find a school that provides one.

At our School More Than Conquerors, we make sure to provide the students with the best education possible at an affordable price. We strive to impact the lives of those who come to our school by expanding their knowledge on different curriculums and imparting the word of God to them. We know that understanding who God is, is just as important and even more important than understanding the subjects of school. For this very reason we focus on making God the center of our school.

Throughout the years, we have heard positive feedback from our students, such as how they were privileged to be able to come to our school because they learned so much more than what they had learned at any other school, including morals and values that they had not known before coming to our school. We are proud to say that More Than Conquerors is not only a school but a place where those who come and are willing to receive what we have to offer and willing to learn, are blessed to see growth in themselves, not only education-wise, but as a person, and as a child of God. What a blessing it is to work with the children of Nicaragua. Over the past 20 years we have watched as hundreds of these students have graduated from MTC and went on to college or started working in various jobs. For many of these children MTC has been the “lifeline” that changed their lives. More important than becoming an adult and taking their place here in society is the fact that many of them received Christ as their Lord and Savior.

Many who have given to New Hope for years were such an important part of this happening. The truth is, without you and God, their lives would never be changed for eternity!!!

Several of our Students Testimony

Class of 2021

My name is Arleth Dayana Tellez Flores, I am 16 years old. I studied 3 years at MTC, 9th grade, 10th grade and 11th grade. During all this time what I have learned from MTC was very beneficial for my life. I learned several things that today are of great benefit and importance, some of which stand out are: 

How to grow as a person.
Ethical and moral values.
Christian values
Knowledge in science and literature. 
Dependence in God. The impact of attending and finishing high school at MTC was amazing. Being able to surround myself with a positive environment produced changes in my behavior and lifestyle. More than a vocational school, MTC occupies a very important place in my life. 

I will always remember it as a study center based on love and dependence on God. In which the people who work there are trained and able to form, instruct, and guide good young people who can take a place in society as responsible members. The plans I have are to be able to develop myself in a labor field, as well as to study. To Fulfill my goals. To continue striving until I can occupy a place as a professional in this society. All under the will and support of God. I give infinite thanks to MTC School for their hard work. Each teacher, as well as each member of the ad- ministration, had a great influence in the academic and spiritual formation of my life.  

“Thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to finish high school at your school. I will always keep in mind that you occupied a special place in my life, and you were part of that stage.”

Class of 2020

My name is Nahiris Victoria Mercado Garcia. I have been studying at MTC since 1st grade. Over these years I have learned values that have helped me grow as a person. Soon I will be completing this stage of my life. After graduation I want to go to college to get a master’s degree.

I thank God for being my guide, my support, my fundamental pillar, and for helping me persevere in order to reach my goals. To my parents for all the effort and sacrifice they have made for me. I thank MTC for giving me so much. Thank you for your work and dedication. It is worthy of admiration!

MTC is an exemplary school. I am grateful for the opportunity of being able to be part of it. Thanks to the teachers for their enormous willingness to sow knowledge in my life, I am very grateful and I am happy to say that you are a big part of who I am today. Thank you all very much!

Sponsor a Child From our School

Please agree with us in prayer for these children that need sponsors. $35 a month covers the costs of a child’s education at New Hope’s school “More Than Conquerors School” in El Crucero. Each of these children have been given a full scholarship by faith, believing that someone will sponsor their education. These are just a few of the kids that need sponsors. Also please let us know what child you would like to sponsor so we can remove them from the list of children waiting for sponsors.

Owen Moreno

“Owen Moreno is 5 years old and lives in Managua, Nicaragua. This is his first year studying at MTC and he is in level II of preschool. He loves studying at our school. Every day I see Owen walk into class, he always has a big smile on his face even though he, his brother and his mom have to get up at 4am to get ready for school and take 3 different buses to get here. Owen’s mom spoke to Pastor Violeta Moncada, the administrator of MTC, and asked her to give her kids the opportunity to study at the school. It truly is a challenge for a 24 year old single mother to travel by bus with a 5 year old and 7 year old each morning. Owen’s mom decided to take on this challenge by faith for her kids so that they could have a better education that she knows she couldn’t give them otherwise. Many people told her she was crazy for doing what she was doing but she said, “for my kids I’ll do anything.” It’s not easy for them, but God has been the one sustaining them and they are Thankful to God for the opportunity to attend our school.”

Christopher Ramirez

“Hello, my name is Cristopher Ramirez. I am 15 years old and I live in Managua, Nicaragua. I study at MTC and I am in the 10th grade. I have been studying at More Than Conquerors school since I was in 5th grade. I am grateful to God for the opportunity I have been given to study in this prestigious school. I thank all of those who are part of the blessing of allowing me to study at MTC. I bless the Ford family, because God gave them the vision of this ministry, which is a great blessing for many children who need to hear the Word and know Jesus. God bless all those people who are part of this ministry and bless the ministry as well.”

Edward Moreno

Eduard Moreno is 7 years old and lives in Managua, Nicaragua. This is his first year studying at More Than Conquerors School in El Crucero.  He is in first grade. His favorite subject is English. Eduard has a younger brother named Owen, who is featured above. Their mom is single and 24 years old. Before they came to study in El Crucero, they went with their mom everywhere she went because there was no one else to take care of them. To survive and provide for her family, she had to work as a clown in her brother’s company every day.  As we previously shared in their testimony, it is not easy for them to get up at 4am every day for school and take three different buses to get there, but they consider it a small sacrifice to be able to receive a high quality education. While it might be difficult, God has been sustaining them and has been faithful in every way.


These are teachers who are in need of sponsors in our School More Than Conquerors in El Crucero, Nicaragua. With your help of $350/Month you can impact the lives of our teachers. More Than Conqueror School is committed to the integral development of our students and teachers; we have outstanding teachers, hardworking, trained, and suitable for the education provided to our students to grow and maintain a higher level of education. We know that their role is not easy, but it is one of the most rewarding and important roles a person can have; to be able to teach others. With your donation, you would impact not only their lives but also their family and the student body.

Ana Zeledon

1st Grade Teacher

Mirtha Rocha

2nd Grade Teacher

Walter Duran

3rd Grade Teacher

Debora Medrano

4th Grade Teacher

Ana Rivas

Spanish Teacher

Norma Varga

History Teacher