Good News from a Far Country
Roger and Sharon Crowder, our furlough replacement missionaries, are truly being used of God in Argentina! Brother Crowder is encouraging the men to a greater level of service, and they are joyfully responding! Attendance is high in all services, visitors are coming and God is doing a great work!
This past Sunday was “Children’s Day” in Argentina. Since there are always several visitors for this holiday, the teens prepared a skit, and the teachers presented the Gospel. Two children made salvation decisions. To God be the glory!
Our very first furlough meeting this past Sunday was a particularly special one. We were at First Baptist Church of Westwood Lake in Miami, Florida, where former members of the church in Pilar (and special friends) are now actively involved. There is no greater joy than to see your “spiritual” children walk in truth!
James was privileged to preach four times–once in the Spanish service, once in the English service and in two chapel services. We look forward to reporting in many other churches on what the Lord has done in Pilar, as well as how He is leading the ministry toward the future.
Our goal is always to visit about half of our supporting churches on one furlough and the other half the next time. We would love to be able to visit all of you, but time (and energy!) just won’t allow us! Thank you for understanding if we have to take a rain check for another time.