All across the continent, people were beginning to celebrate Carnaval, better known in the States as Mardi Gras. It’s a Catholic festival with pagan roots, and in Sucre, is a time for drunkenness, violence, sexual immorality and idolatry. Oftentimes, drunk parents will parade around town with their bewildered children in tow. Sucre’s Christian community usually takes advantage of the extra-long weekend to go out of town on a special retreat. But this year, God led us in a different direction…
For several years, Piedra Viva’s women have made bi-monthly visits to a local shelter for low-income cancer patients, bringing them fresh produce, dry goods and a word of encouragement from Scripture. This year Ana Vargas has spearheaded our efforts, and has been bringing several of the women to church on Sundays. One such woman, Rina, came forward for prayer and God touched her. She shared that at her last check-up the doctors told her that her tumor had completely disappeared. Praise God!
By Roberto Krisztal We are preparing to have our annual event to reach 2,500 Bolivian kids through songs, dances and a wonderful drama. This year, we have a new strategy. For the past 19 years, Children’s Club Bolivia… Read More
Children’s Club Bolivia, led by WIM missionaries Roberto and Mauri Krisztal in collaboration with YWAM Santa Cruz, recently shared the love of God with forty children and ten parents. Please be in prayer for the Children’s Club Bolivia team… Read More
In June, WIM welcomed another group of quality people to headquarters for our week-long Orientation and Training program. It was a pleasure getting to know each one and to watch as they discovered more about God’s plan for… Top 10 best places to buy lisinopril in Indianapolis