Dear Friends, 2016 was an exciting year in our ministry, so I’d like to give a bit of an overview of the past year and also share our vision and plans for the new year....Keep Reading
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That was the response of one elderly lady as pastor Dolores shared the gospel with her....
(You) provided clothing, tents, blankets, water, 200 meals, and medically treat 152 families. Not only was the physical need provided for but, praise the Lord, three entire families, as well as a middle age woman, accepted Christ as their personal Savior....
December was the month of our big Christmas event. We purchased 200 fruit cakes, printed our coupons, and set about handing them out event before December began....Keep Reading
She started apologizing to God and asked Him to forgive her because she said doubted him when her mother died. Please pray for Madeline and all the campers who made decisions this past week....Keep Reading
The medical team saw 1600 people from the surrounding villages. Some of the Bible College members came every day to hand out books of John and Romans and to talk to people about our church and our Lord....Keep Reading
Our Gospel message is a singular message of a singular God and a singular plan of redemption. However, the Great Commission demands that our target audience be diverse....Keep Reading
For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life. (John 3:16)...Keep Reading
May our Savior bless as we remember His coming into this world to seek and to save sinners. This is the best Christmas gift of all....Keep Reading
November 19 was a big day for our ministry. We’d been looking forward to it for a couple of months. For the national pastors, it was a normal meeting; for our ministry it was an important opportunity to make connections with national pastors....Keep Reading
As we were getting ready to leave, however, Filo said he wanted to ask us a question. His question turned into an hour and a half conversation about Christ, good works, salvation, grace, the Catholic church, Jehovah's Witnesses, and the cost of following Christ....Keep Reading
Even though Peru does not celebrate Thanksgiving, we were still able to sit down and enjoy a turkey dinner with friends at our table. Isa made a new Peruvian friend at the playground and we decided to use our Thanksgiving as a way to invite her family over and minister to them. ...Keep Reading