Arrived and blessed in Guatemala


missionary Guatemala

Pastor Isaias came and prayed for a couple to have a child. They had been sterile for a decade. Here’s Salma, who came nine months later.

Shy like a schoolboy, I entered the Christian private school I founded in Guatemala. Would anyone remember me? I was prepared to be seen as a stranger. It had been over a year since I had visited.

Soon the kids crowded me, hugging me, reminding me that I am useful, that this is what I have chosen to live for (not money). Love is my reward.

We are scheduled to preach revival in the coming days, but today was a day of recovery from the red-eye flight. Too anxious to see friends family I had left here when criminals brusquely ended 16 years of missionary work, I rushed off to the school. I am amazed to see miracles in progress. The joy of the kids filled me with joy.

Thank you for praying for miracles in the coming days as we minister the love and power of Christ in this beleaguered Central American nation. Much love to all my friends on the blogosphere.

23 responses to “Arrived and blessed in Guatemala

  1. How wonderful! It must feel so good to be there after so long.

  2. Praise God for His work through you. I will pray for your ministry and for that school. Blessings
    Rick

  3. This is the best news… 🙂

  4. Much love and many blessings to you in your beautiful work in Guatemala! God bless you always!

  5. Blessings to you for your wonderful work in Guatemala…God Bless you!

  6. I continue to pray for you to delight in all that God wants to do in, through, and for you. Blessings!

  7. The miracle working God has started His Great work. What a surprise after such a long time, God placed you in the mind of the kids. Many, many more miracles are on the way in this trip. Lord, manifest Your glory through Your servant in the name of Jesus Christ. Peace!!

  8. That is wonderful. God bless you! Will be praying.

  9. How beautiful are the feet of those that bring the glad tidings.

    Praise God for the sweet post and reminder that your labor has not
    been in vain Pastor. There is fruit that abides.

    May The Lord richly bless your time there to be fruitful for the Master.

    As always thank you for the likes.

  10. Praised God! Keep the Faith…

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