A Cold July
I grew up in Georgia. Whenever the month of July is brought up, thoughts of the hot sun, pools, vacations, humidity and long summer days flood my mind. This is not how things are in July in Argentina. When south of the equator, July is actually winter and we are in the midst of it! Jackets and scarves, seeing your breath, and very short winter days are the themes of this time of year. School is in session here for children and for us as well. These cold days are spent learning and practicing Spanish. Everyday we are growing as we practice the language. Please pray for us as we learn the ins and outs of the language and as we practice each day.
The Laborers vs. The Need
Jesus said it and I am seeing it. “The Harvest truly is plenteous but the labourers are few.” The question of where we will start planting churches is in some ways easy and in other ways not so easy. This is so because there are very few places where we could go to start a church where there already is a Bible preaching church in that area. The need is great here. There are laborers here and God is at work, but there are millions of people who have never heard the Gospel and further more have very little chance of ever hearing it. Pray for more laborers. We will start churches and train men to send out and advance the Gospel further. Pray for us. God bless you!
Patrick, Leslie, Lily, Piper, and Ivy Henry
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