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November 26, 2014

Newsletters Sept.-Oct. 2014

Please find below links to our ministry newsletters. Please click on links to download it. You would need Adobe Reader to view it.

English Newsletter September-October 2014

Korean Newsletter September-October 2014

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November 11, 2014

Newsletters June-August 2014

Please find below links to our ministry newsletters. Please click on links to download it. You would need Adobe Reader to view it.

English Newsletter July-August 2014

Korean Newsletter July-August 2014

English Newsletter June 2014

Korean Newsletter June 2014

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November 2014 Prayer Concert

Oops, so we'd missed to send out our October Prayer Concert…Surely we had a lot of blessings to celebrate and lost to mourn and bury in the past. We are so sorry for the pass of Veronica(AID volunteer)’s mother, but join her to give thanks to God for her entrance into the glorious Lord’s presence. In this month, our good Lord made us walk through and praise His faithfulness and grace each moment we needed. So how was your month? Hope that you too have a word of praise and thanksgiving as we are about to step in November.

Please light up your prayer room for the following ministries in Cuernavaca and beyond in Mexico.

1.- An educational care program will be offered for the second time at Emmanuel Church. Marcia Geurink will be here and is highly expected by those who have taken the first module. The church expects to host about 30 teachers and parents from different churches.

2.- COMUNI (CRWM Mexico team and RPC Mexico representative meetings for mission aid distribution) will be held in Palenque, Chiapas from Nov. 3 to Nov. 5. It involves us with air travel and a lot of effort to make fair and sound distribution among our Mexican partner churches requests for financial assistance. Pray for wisdom and compassion for the reps., so we will serve God’s resources for His churches.

3.- Emmanuel presbytery’s Youth Union will have their retreat in Nov. 21-23 locally here in near Cuernavaca. We expect up to 100 youth to come and witness God’s presence in this event. Our dear national missionary Samuel Garcia (serves North Africans living in Spain) will be our speaker. For this event, youth leaders have been frequently planning and promoting among churches in the presbytery. Please pray that this retreat will be a God’s spoken message at each program in three days.

4.- Bethesda Church (RPC) has been our Bible reading center for the last 3 months and we need 4 more Saturdays to finish up the reading course. Pray for our 9 readers who have faithfully attended and followed the reading schedule. We just finished reading the Old Testament…that is about 1000 pages…Pastor Francisco (70) is a strong influence to encourage his church members to continue the reading. Praise the Lord also for Lupita and Eloina (blood sisters) whose love for the Bible never cease from the beginning of our reading class.

5.- Filadelfia Church (NPC) has officially decided to launch Coffee Break studies for both ladies and men. Starting Oct 28 a men’s group will start off studying the book of Jonah, while a ladies group will do on Sundays with the book of Ruth. Praise God for pastor Gerardo Garcia whose ministry style is getting shapes for home improvement. He has lately shown much interest in a Bible study with heart. Pray that this will give fruits in each participant’s life and faith, so it will continue to be a part of church education programs.

6.- Coffee Break ministries Mexico are about to close its leadership training for the year 2014, and will soon declare who will be in service for 2015. Socorro Perez has been in charge of Coffee Break in Cuernavaca since last September, and now she will have a number of ladies to work with for 2015. Pray that there will be the spirit of obedience in those whose names will be spelled out to serve, and the spirit of blessing in those who had expected to be part of but somehow are not chosen for this occasion. May all of them see God’s direction in this process of election.

7.- Coffee Break gathers together in 9 small groups from Monday to Friday. As of today, there are two more groups added (of Filadelfia NPC). We are speaking of over 50 people ministered weekly. Pray that the Spirit of God will move among us and each participant to praise for what His word can do in their lives. Especially pray for the Jiutepec CB group (host: Rosario) where God is clearly working among the attendees. Praise for Leti Gomez whose personal and family see God’s Spirit working. We have a lot of life-changing stories and soon will hear from us during our upcoming home service (December-January 2015, June-Oct 2015).

8.- At Nueva Jerusalen Church (NPC in Villahermosa, Tabasco) will throw a closing party for those who are to finish the 8-week follow-up Bible study as part of AID seminar held in August here in Cuernavaca. The 20 or more people have fervently taken each session to bring out further stories of life and faith growth. Pray for elder Serafin whose leadership would take speed up and penetrate into his church congregational life. Abe plans to attend the event (Nov. 21) and promote Book club and Coffee Break as a continuing steps for their growth.

9.- We are in need of a personal vehicle. Pray that we will find the right one for our need. Thanks.

10.- Pray for AID ministry planning for 2015. We will likely have 3-4 seminars throughout the year. It could be in Cuernavaca, Durango, Tijuana, Cancun, and/or Villahermosa. Pray for our AID promotors elders Lorenzo and Serafin in Villahermosa, pastor Luis and brother Angel in Durango, snd pastor Jacobo in Cancun.

11.- Pray for a monthly hospital ministry organized by Paloma (hospital contact) and Naomi (youth recruiter). This ministry started since October as a result of summer service and learning team’s effort (NCBC from San Jose, CA). In November (7th and 21st) a group of care-givers will visit IMSS patients and their families. May this ministry be an encouragement for patient’s families and at the same time may our youth create a compassionate heart for the sick.

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