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December 02, 2013

Prayer Concert, Dec. 2013

PTL! We've had great month of harvest. Most of our AID small groups have finished eight-week studies. Some moving stories have been shared in groups and blessed each other. Life is tough, but after all it is good. … We also praise for "Vida en El" monthly devotional Workshop led by Rev. Pablo Lee and Jaime Sanchez (All Nations Seminary, Cd Juarez).

1. Praise for teamwork among the AID volunteers. We realize that we need a lot more to learn from and assist each other. Our team members see also on its structural stability, so we will soon elect its directives.

2. Pray for two churches with anniversary parties. El Nazareno will throw a party on the 1st and Shekinah on the 8th. For them these days seem to be most important days to celebrate. They save up for this day. It is often hard to understand why it should be that way. We pray again and again that along with this party take off for good health for another year.

3. Praise for Christmas dinner (Dec 6). It aims to raise more funds for the 2014 ministry. Invitation is given to all those who have been part of God’s Image and Coffee Break ministries. We expect about 60 participants and a great dinner with pork leg. For this event, our AID volunteer Veronica B will host us at her home.

4. Puerta del Cielo Church (Socorro P) is offering a social service to her neighborhood on Dec 7. They will have medical brigade supported by her mother church and friends. Pray that her handful church members will unite to each other for this cause and accomplish their evangelistic objectives.

5. Pray for the upcoming seminar on prayer (Dec. 10-11). For the second time, we are hosting a Seminar on prayer. Rev. Bob Kim (Good Stewards Church) will be our main speaker for this important element for our spirituality. It will be at Bethesda RPC, Cuernavaca.

6. Praise and pray for Coffee Break ministries for 2014. We’ve enjoyed so much of it, and our attendees (30 or so) will miss weekly sessions during December break again. They do so due to the lack of such applicable small-group ministries at their churches. We will reopen the first week of January.

7. Praise for RPC’s Seminary students and our Saturday Extension center here in Cuernavaca. Josue S (from Guerrero) is in his 4th year showing much progress not only in learning at his church planting effort but also in living out his ever growing faith. May he continue to grow to become an excellent preacher of the Word.

8. Praise for the many opportunities to serve one another, build each other’s Christian character, and develop spiritual gifts. As for Thanksgiving, we can think of each and every face of our friends and partners in ministry. Thank you for your prayer, your emails and letters, and of course your wholehearted giving. God bless you!

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