That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

Latin America Blog

During the month of July we have experienced many joys. To begin with, we celebrated five baptisms. I’m going to share briefly about each of the new believers. ... Keep Reading

We have had increasing numbers of students enroll with us over recent months which has been exciting to see. After around 20 students attended David Silva's course on Inductive Bible Study back in April, the next month I taught on the subject of the Theology and Practice of Worship to 26 students in the city of Arequipa. The class was very well received and all of the students were challenged to reevaluate and make changes to their corporate worship practices.... Keep Reading

This month has been paradoxical, because though there have been many personal trials that have at times been a discouragement and have even caused tears, at the same time I have seen God move in the church, as I’ve seen how the brothers and sisters have helped me and brothers have stepped up to assume greater teaching responsibilities both in the services and in the homes that we visit.... Keep Reading

This month we have had some very helpful activities at our church. On Father’s Day we took food to the fathers of several of the children who have been coming to our Bible school. We served the food to the parents in honor of their children. Above all, this ministry served to show these parents that, although we are a small congregation, we desire to serve others and are not just looking out for our own interests.... Keep Reading

Early this month, we went with some other members of our church to visit and encourage a servant of the Lord that has been suffering from a terminal illness. His name is Efrain, and his physical condition is very precarious. He was one of the teachers that worked alongside me in the Bible institutes that we held for pastors in the mountains. Please, pray for him and his family.... Keep Reading

On Saturday, June 17, our brother Marcos passed into the presence of the Lord. He was a lawyer by profession and was 29 years old, a very young man. But the testimony he gave in the end was impactful. He had enough strength to proclaim the gospel to his father and his brothers, as well as his friends, and they repented and believed during these moments of agony.... Keep Reading

Something strange has been happening here in San Rafael and La Libertad. Many people including young people, adults, and senior adults, are getting sick and dying. In many of these cases we are visiting these people and sharing the gospel with them.... Keep Reading

Thankfully, our church is doing well and we have returned to our normal hours, which were interrupted because of the rains. This month, God worked in the life of a new sister named Carmen. She began trusting in Christ while she was in a state of very poor health. After receiving Christ she decided to obey an important command of our God and she formalized her marriage. ... Keep Reading

In the middle of April the rains began to come to an end in our region. These rains left many people without homes, food, clothing, etc. Because of this, our church began to collect clothes, water, food, and other supplies and we took it to those who were in need. We visited four different refugee camps. As Ephesians 2:10 tells us, we were saved to walk in good works.... Keep Reading

I have recently launched a new challenge at church which consists of reading the Bible together, one chapter per day. The challenge is to find Christ in the reading, connecting every chapter to the person of Christ. This challenge has led to some pleasing results since the brothers and sisters are learning together and are very thankful to share this time of reading each week. ... Keep Reading

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