Tag: mexico

The Majority of this Town Attended a Gospel Outreach

By Ron Mouser “We can’t have a holy church service in front of a government building with all of our unbelieving neighbors standing around watching us,” some church members had responded upon hearing my plans for the outreach…. Read More

Go and Make Disciples

By Ron Mouser “Please come and help us,” said the brother on the phone. He didn’t have to ask twice — he didn’t have to ask at all. I knew the Lord wanted me to go before the phone call…. Read More

Husband and Father Transformed

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By Chris Trueworthy (Missionary 259) Names in this true story have been changed for the sake of privacy. Mary came to church faithfully praying for her family. Once in a while, her husband, Santiago, would come and maybe… Read More

How Martin (and his family) came to Christ

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By Andrew Conrad (Missionary 126) Martin had been in and out of Alcoholics’ Anonymous most of his adult life.  When he was forty-five, he was diagnosed with a terminal case of liver cirrhosis and had less than a week… Read More

A Bicycle for Juan

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By Ricky Oliver (Missionary 2235) My friend Juan asked if I could get him a bicycle that he could use to get to work. Juan and his wife have a beautiful family with beautiful smiles. When I gave… Read More

Transforming the World with a Video Camera

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    Technology on mission The Hawkins family is making ripples all over the world from their home base in south Texas. John and Joann Hawkins joined World Indigenous Missions in 1990 and worked as church planters in… Read More

How to Survive on the Mission Field: Going with the Culture

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You must embrace the culture to which you are called. Embracing the culture will allow you to contextualize the gospel.Paul did this with the Greeks he met on Mars Hill when he made mention of the statue to… Read More

Developing Leaders, Sparking Revival in Mexico

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Endless Potential Last October, a WIM missionary went to Mexico to participate in a graduation ceremony. It was the first graduating class of a Bible school he had started two years prior. All 17 students received formal recognition… Read More

Juan and the Handkerchief

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It was about ten o’clock in the morning that day in Tamazunchale, Mexico, when Brother Juan knocked on my door. He had walked two hours down the mountain from his remote village of Coatzontitla, where he pastored a… Read More

The Kingdom in the Bullring, Part 2

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“For the kingdom of God does not consist in talk but in power” -1 Cor 4:20 The Morris Cerullo School of Ministry in Monterrey, Mexico, lasted five days with about five hundred people in attendance. In the daily sessions the speaker… Read More