Tuesday, November 26, 2019


DEAR FRIENDS                                         
We are delighted to share with you yet another newsletter from our mission in San Pedro, Coahuila, Mexico. Greetings to all of you who have been part of our Ministry and those who read this newsletter and keep us in prayer.

This newsletter brings some of the activities and projects that have been significantly life changing experiences and growth promoting for the people we work with. Over 200 people have been baptized, between San Pedro church and the other sister churches in 2019.Your generous contribution has made it possible to reach new communities and expand our projects. Enjoy reading the good news of the people in our missions. This has been a very fruitful year, full of work, new opportunities, and blessings.

DAD peacefully entered his eternal rest with Jesus Christ on Monday, September 16, 2019, at his home in Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico. David was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Canada Day (Canada´s Independance Day) and past from this life on Mexico´s Independance Day. Dad lived almost half his life (43 years) in Mexico plus 8 more in South Africa. He was the founder of this ministry, a well know Bible teacher and missionary. We want to thank each of you whom over the years supported him and believed in his calling to teach. Seedtime and Harvest Ministries continues its outreach to Mexico and through Mexican missionaries, other countries of the world.


This year our soccer outreach project has grown greatly. The soccer schools are now opened in the cities of San Pedro (Coahuila), TorreĆ³n (Coahuila), Monclova (Coahuila), Nazas (Durango), and in Tegucigalpa in Honduras. Many Children and youth (boys and girls)  from ages 6 to 19 are being reached through soccer, fighting issues like depression, anxiety, violence, drug addiction, joining cartel gangs, amongst others.Our goal is to take this program to other Pastors and missionaries around the world as an evangelism tool. We are praying about expanding in Africa, and have a trip planned there in 2020.


This year out youth have been taking a special program for children and adults, performing skits, songs, and sharing their testimonies in the villages around our municipality. One of the fruits from this is the opening of a new church building in the village of ¨Carolina¨, which makes this the first Christian church ever in Carolina. Services are now being held once a week.

Stephen and Marcela Tolman