Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Name: Azucena Muruaga
Azucena is in her first year of university. She is studying Business Administration at the San Pedro branch of the Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila. She can always be seen with a smile on her face and is willing to serve. Azucena is the only member of her family who is faithful to God and to the church. She is learning to be a panderista and is always ready to help, whether with the youth group, with special church events, or with the children's breakfasts in Torreon. She also attends our English school and is making rapid progress.
Monday, September 17, 2007
Friday, September 14, 2007
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Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Seedtime and Harvest Ministries
8635 Callaghan Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78230 USA
Please help us continue this important outreach. As I have commented before, we are not only feeding the children's bodies, but more importantly we are feeding their souls.
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Clementina (Clemen) and Maria literally live in one of the last houses in town. They are part of a family of 7 children, only 3 of which are still at home. Their mother was a prostitute and their father left the family when they were still young. They came to the church when Clemen broke her arm (see other blog) and her brother brought her to church for help. Stephen and Marcela raised money to pay for her surgery and eventually both girls and their brothers, Dany and Luis, accepted Christ and became involved in the church. Clemen and Maria still attend services faithfully and are part of the tambourine ministry, and Luis is a leader in the church.Name: Clementina Ramirez Campos
Clemen is attending nursing school in the nearby city of
Name: Maria Rosario Ramirez Campos
Level: High School (Public)
Maria is in her second year of high school, and her goal is to become a gynecologist. She has studied English for several years in our English school and speaks the language very well. She cleans houses to earn money.
Monday, September 03, 2007
This week the team played in Torreon, as their own field is not ready yet. A group of young people from the church traveled down in the bus to cheer on the team, and we must have done something right because we won 8-0! The team has been training extremely hard for the last two months and their efforts are paying off. Please pray for continued success for the team, wisdom for the coaching staff as they train the boys mentally, physically, and spiritually, and resources to equip the players. El Calor is more than a sports team; it is a ministry, and as their motto says, in all things, "To God Be The Glory". (El Calor in red jerseys)