Grace Ministries International
Tuesday, February 18 – Thank you for your patience if things look different while we are under construction.
Friday, February 21– Jerry Olson writes the following from Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico, where he has been serving as the Camp Caribe director: "Our primary ministry has been reaching out to the children and young people of Puerto Rico through the local churches and schools but from time to time the Lord brings other groups our way. A couple of weeks ago we had the music department from the University of Puerto Rico with us. This weekend we are hosting a retreat of 85 Jewish junior high students from a local synod as well as from Georgia and North Carolina. Towards the end of the month we have a "self-help" group coming in. We are thankful the Lord is bringing these groups our way and ask for prayer as we seek opportunities to share Christ with them during their weekend with us."
Friday, February 21– Check out the funeral story written by Steffi Sherman, an MK in Tanzania: http://americanafricanstory. blogspot.com/2014/02/mtetezi.html?spref=bl
Tuesday, February 18– After the CIMA conference in Argentina that Talo was involved in, three young ladies went to Tanzania and ministered with Brook Seekins for three weeks. The language barrier between English and Spanish was a challenge, but they still had plenty of ways to communicate. Their ministries included a youth seminar, sharing the Gospel in a village and encouraging a young church there, doing skits and singing songs in Spanish, and visiting a street ministry, as well as painting new doors at a church. They also had opportunity to play games with the village kids and visit the orphanage, attend a women's Bible study, and help with a mid-week kid's Bible club. What a great opportunity to combine at least four countries in ministry!
Wednesday, January 29 – Rachel Matychuk leaves for Bolivia today!
Friday, January 17 – Here’s news from Bill Vinton about how God used three evangelism teams each doing ministry in three different parts of the Congo: 1) A total of 1,052 people were saved the couple of weeks leading up to Christmas. 2) The Kama team had 6 outdoor services and 269 people were saved and another 362 were saved through tract evangelism (11 different places). 3) The Kindu team did 6 video showings and 123 people came forward to accept Christ as Savior and 26 were saved through the use of tract evangelism. 4) The team from Bukavu held 8 outdoor services and 272 people came forward at invitation time.