This is a very special weekend for churches around the world. For us, it all started on Thursday night during our mid-week service. We had the opportunity to study the Last Supper. We had very good attendance! Last night we had our “Good Friday” service. This is an important night in a Catholic country and we had several first time visitors in this service. The Gospel was preached. No one received Jesus as their Savior, but I am praying the Lord will continue to work in the hearts of those who attended! Tomorrow we will be focussing in on the resurrection of Jesus. This will be another opportunity to share the Gospel with people who may not normally come to church. Please pray that God will continue to work in the hearts of those who are attending the church.
We currently have 7 people in our discipleship sessions. I started a class on Tuesday afternoon with 2 people. Our first session is about salvation. I asked them for their testimonies. One of them, Amanda, was not really sure how to respond. After the lesson she understood she was lost and believed on Jesus for her salvation! Please be in prayer as we continue discipleship with those who are attending the church. The goal is that everyone gets discipled and, in turn, disciples someone else. We are excited to see how God works in this ministry!
This Saturday we will hold our English classes. We will also have our youth meeting that night. Sunday will be an exciting day as we gear up for the coming week and Easter! Thank you for praying for us!
We are so thankful to be serving Jesus in Argentina. This weekend will start tonight with our youth meeting. The youth group is growing and we are thankful to see how God is working in this ministry. Tomorrow after visitation we will hold an English … [Continue reading]
Largest Attendance and Preparing for Easter In March we had our annual “Levi’s Banquet”. This was a big service for many reasons. For one, it was the first time we had a Sunday service in our auditorium, but what made it such a special day is that … [Continue reading]