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Spain 2017: Day Four

Posted by Amy Geers on

This morning we had our first children's class. Ten children came and eagerly watched the parable of the Good Samaritan. It was a good reminder for all of us that when we see someone who is hurt, lost or in need, we must stop what we are doing and help them. This is especially difficult when the...

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Spain 2017: Day Three

Posted by Amy Geers on

Today is Sunday and we are very eager to attend Jaime's church. He is giving the message today since recently the Pastor of the church retired. We were introduced to the congregation along with some other missionaries from Spain that are in Lugones to help us with the ESL classes. It was...

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Spain 2017: Day Two

Posted by Amy Geers on

Today we went to Jaime's church which is called Betel to bring our supplies for the ESL classes we will be teaching. We will be teaching children in the mornings and adults in the evenings. The church has been advertising the classes prior to our arrival and there are already people signed up!...

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Spain 2017: Day One

Posted by Amy Geers on

Hola! Our team arrived safely in Spain. We were met by our missionary Jaime Clore. We are thankful for a safe journey and appreciate your continued prayers for our work here in Lugones. Here is a photo of our team: Greg and Evelyn Hamlin, Kaylee Belk, Roy Bennett, Kate Horling, Alex Jackobsson...

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Spain 2017: In the Air and On Their Way!

Posted by Natalie Uecker on

Our Spain 2017 mission team to Lugones is in the air and on their way!  We couldn't be sending this team without your generous prayer and financial support so thank you. Please continue to support the team by committing to praying for them as they work to, "Declare his glory among the...

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Spain Team: thank you for sending a Calvary team in 2017!

Posted by Natalie Uecker on

There was a gentle and kind man whom we met in Spain.  To protect him from his family we will call him Peter.  Peter told our team how he came to know Jesus.  He was passing through channels on his radio and started listening to an international Christian broadcast and felt such a...

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