They both work in training, prevention and education as they learn the community needs and look for ways to emotionally and economically empower leaders in their communities.
We’re on this journey for the long haul. So, we have intentionally decided to master two things we believe to be foundational in our calling to Chiapas. “A little thing is a little thing, but faithfulness in a little thing is a big thing,” Hudson Taylor wisely observed. We want to be faithful in two “little things”: depending on God and cultivating trust and relationships.
“From everyone who has been given much, much will be required; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, even more will be expected.” (Luke 12:48, CSB) I had always thought the “much” Luke describes was money but over the past three days God had gently, and not-so-gently taught me that it meant so much more… Each of us are called to share what we have been given whether it is time, financial resources, or prayer. We are the ones who have been given and entrusted with much and that “much” is the Gospel message. It is love. It is faith. What will you give?
We want to express our gratitude to each one of you who has prayed for our ministry and supported us financially to respond to God’s call to Chiapas. Thank you for journeying with us and helping us to be light and salt in this corner of the world!
A snippet of our journey during our first year as Global Servants in Chiapas! We appreciate your continued prayers and support as we equip and empower God’s people in Chiapas! TOGETHER WE’RE THE SALT OF THE EARTH!
Where to start? There’s so much to be grateful for and so much to share but space and time are limited!First, thank you for your continued partnership in prayers and financial support during our first year of ministry in Chiapas. Without your partnership we could not respond to God’s call. THANK YOU! ¡MUCHAS GRACIAS! ¡JOCO LA GUAL! ¡KOLAVAL!