Teaching and Training Pastors

“So we cared for you. Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.” 1 Thessalonians 2:8

April 4-6, 2018, La Iglesis Cristiana de la Gracia Cusco will be hosting a team from Montana. Three pastors from the States will be teaching and preaching to indigenous pastors from all over Peru. They will be teaching on the book Dangerous Calling by Paul Tripp. Many will travel long distances for the opportunity to hear Biblical teaching. The conference will enable pastors to be better equipped to reach their own people for Jesus Christ. Please pray with us that God’s name would be glorified through this conference and that pastors, leaders, and elders of the indigenous churches would receive the teaching and training that is so desperately needed.

Why do we go to the unreached people of Peru preaching and teaching? We go because we want God’s name and glory to be magnified among the nations. Our vision is to train indigenous leaders and pastors throughout Peru so that they may be better equipped to reach their people for Jesus Christ.

We would like to thank you for all that you do and have done for our family. We pray for our supporters regularly. Please continue to pray that God’s name would be glorified and that He would receive the glory and honor.

Our monthly support has begun to drop and so we are in need of more financial partners. Please prayerfully consider financially partnering with our family as we continue the work here in Peru. Your monthly support enables us to live and work among the Quechuan people sharing the gospel. Will you partner with us? 

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