As missionaries return from the field to turn their attention to their supporters, there is the constant concern for the ministry that they leave behind. Will it thrive? Will it even continue? Following an afternoon of touching base with our ministry partners we’re happy to say, “Yes!”
I was able to make contact with many of our friends yesterday and found myself refreshed and more excited than ever to redouble my efforts to return to Mexico to join them. Take my conversation with Josué Novelo, our partner in Yaxcabá. He began the outreach in Santa María, a city characterized by its outward signs of abandonment and decay. He has been meeting regularly with the people of the village, utilizing the Proclaimer device to provide them with an experience with the Word of God in their own language. Where hopelessness once reigned, the people of this village are interacting weekly with the Bible. Since the program began, they’ve finished the Gospels and have moved on to Romans, glad to be able to understand what they’re hearing. What’s more, he’s also opened a new work in Cankadzonot, further extending the impact of the Faith Comes by Hearing program.
We’re excited to share this news with you, news of fruit that has remained and that’s reproducing itself on the Yucatan. We hope that you in turn are also encouraged to involve yourself in what God is doing on the Yucatan peninsula.
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