News from Latin America – Part Two

April 12th, 2019 by

CHILE

We held Catalyst in February, and it was one of our most successful trainings! The Chilean team was totally renovated and refreshed. Of the twelve people who participated, eight attended for the first time. Several participants now plan to go to the mission field!
As a result of Catalyst, we have a new member on the Chilean team. He is a businessman, and I shared with him about BAM (business as mission) and how to support missionary work from this platform.
We had the opportunity to represent Global Teams on the Logos (OM) ministry ship, together with Chilean missionary organizations and Comibam.
Damarys and Jessica continue their long-term trip process and took part in Catalyst training.
Silvia and Peter are back in Nepal, continuing their ministry.

BOLIVIA

Our coordinator is working on setting the dates for Horizons and strengthening this base.
The Flores family continues the process of preparing for their departure for their long-term trip.
Our sister, Lidia, has renewed her visa and is back in India. She needs our prayers for her next steps.

PROJECTS

Coffee: We are very encouraged with the progress of this project and are training workers. We also plan to provide barista training. Go, Jesus, go!
The Good Fish: This project is progressing.
Mushroom Project: We are working on restarting production.

PRAYER REQUESTS

Please pray for the rest of provision for a new truck.
Pray for our finances, because they have decreased considerably.
Pray that God would provide resources for our Face-to Face Latino event in July.
Pray for the funds to travel and visit our bases.
Pray for the total recovery of Geovanny, our coordinator in Honduras.
Pray for the provision for a Europe/Middle East gathering.

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