A Ministry Update from Ploy:
Greetings from Christian Mission Naratchakwai, Thailand.
It is good to worship God every Sunday. We serve the Lord and do many activities together. God allows us to meet each other and know a lot of friends in Jesus Christ. We are very pleased to serve the Lord forever.
News from Our Latin America Area Director John Gilbert
MEXICO ADVENT CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE
Mexican Conference’s Youth Rally
Mexican Conference Youth Rally
Was the music loud? You bet. Were the games silly? Yes, indeed. Was the Word of the Lord powerful? Most assuredly. The event was a conference-wide youth fellowship with members present from the majority of the AC churches in Mexico as well as several pastors. The rally was held at the “La Hermosa” Church in Ensenada.
Pastor Efrain and his wife Miriam are very active with the youth of their community as well. Miriam has started a praise team that has been playing at local churches and church-related events.
Pastor Ray Marco
News from our Director of International Missions Jeff Walsh
Cristo Salva, Honduras
Pastor Ray Marco shares:
Cristo Salva continues to be a ministry of encouragement to the people of Honduras. Our outreach to children and families living in extreme poverty seeks to satisfy their physical and educational needs, while our outreach to local churches seeks to further the work of God’s kingdom. We are so grateful to the Lord Jesus for his continued favor for 27 years.
NEWS FROM DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS JEFF WALSH
Last week, Ploy, one of the girls on the ministry team at Christian Mission Naratchakwai (CMN), shared great news of new members joining the leadership team.
Parn and Ploy just returned from a two-month visit with our AC brothers and sisters in the New Zealand AC Conference. This trip gave them a wonderful opportunity to be immersed in the English language.
News from our International Missions Director Jeffrey Walsh
Ministry continues in Kluang, Malaysia
In Kluang, Malaysia, Ruth Devairakkam and her husband Wilfred continue to disciple with one-on-one witnessing through friendship, practical assistance and counsel to friends, neighbors and other contacts. They hold home prayer groups and also provide visitation and gifts to the elderly while sharing the Word of God and praying with them.
Together with their children, Ruth and Wilfred encourage Christians and non-Christians to come to their home with their various needs. They encourage and pray with them to have a personal encounter with Jesus, so their faith will be strengthened to trust him and they can experience the manifestation of God’s miracles in their lives.