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TEAMS IN ACTION
Missionaries and Missionary Christians
"We never test the resources of God until we attempt the impossible" -- F. B. Meyer
"We must do something!
Expect great things from God! Attempt great things for God!"
-- William Carey,
"Anything God has ever done He can do now. Anything He has ever done anywhere, He can do here! Anything God has ever done for anyone He can do for us" - A. W. Tozer
Short-term Volunteer Mission Projects designed with a clear focus on church
planting in Honduras.
Zapotillo, El Paraiso,
Honduras, July 2003.
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Zapotillo, El Paraiso, Honduras, July 2003. GO TO UPDATE
“How shall they preach unless they be sent? Just as it is written, ‘HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THOSE WHO BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS!’” – Romans 10:15.
edicine – the magnet that draws people to Christ.
I cease to be amazed as to how the Divine Administrator of Missions, the Holy Spirit, guides and directs us to locations where we conduct medical-dental-evangelism caravans. When I look back on a site location it is obvious that the Lord was leading us step by step.
“We want to discover where God is at work, and with His permission get right in the middle of what He is doing.”
After an all-day search for a team site on the road from Danli to Trojes on the Nicaraguan frontier, I drove up to a one-room school in a poor rural area. The students and teacher were very receptive to the “gringo” who speaks Spanish. When I explained to the teacher that our teams were too large for a one-room school she excitedly exclaimed, “You have to see my mother who is the school director in Zapotillo. There are seven rooms in her school! You would have plenty of space there.”
We conduct around twenty-five worship services during each team visit. Every patient must attend a worship service before he can see a doctor or dentist. On this trip 175 professions of faith were made in the public worship services.
A group of Christians with a Bible background had been praying for months that God would provide them with pastoral leadership. The Latin-American missionary who started a church had been to transferred to Guatemala.
This group of believers told us they would be glad to bring their families and help us start a Baptist church if we were serious about starting one. These believers who are hungry for God’s Word along with those who responded this week are the nucleus for a new Baptist mission.
I SAW GOD DO IT
The Tennessee, team served in Zapotillo, El Paraiso, Honduras, July 13-18, 2003, totaling $105,000 in free service.
you can do
Wil & Ann