Los Comedores

May 2011

Los Comedores

4:30 am the alarm rings waking us to begin our 2400 klm journey to Baja South. The road trip is not for the faint of heart  as the many symbolic monuments litter the road for the causalities it has claimed. Our purpose is to support several churches that participate in the comedores, essentially a soup kitchen. These soup kitchens are an important support to the families in the communities they serve. Often parents are working out of town and children receive a meal as aid to working families. There are also poorer families that these meals provide necessary daily sustenance.  This a crucial element for the churches to be able to minister first to the physical needs that often results in families coming to Christ by the very fellowship that takes place. What amazes us even convicting us, is that it is often the poor themselves that give and share what little they have. How much more then must we support them in this work.
Groups coming to the mission base are encouraged to consider supporting this ministry as this is the work that continues when the groups are not here.

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 Visitation is essential  for encouragement, teaching and provision.  This is the ministry of Paul being expressed as we visit these churches.  Romans 1:11 For I long to see you, that I may impart to you some spiritual gift, so that you may be established that is, that I may be encouraged together with you by the mutual faith both of you and me”
We desire to make regular trips there as the Lord provides as much as they hope we can. Often the churches south lack the support, due to the distance and the access to internet. These visits are their  link  connecting them to others and making the needs known. They are many. We ask that you at least consider prayer for this necessary work.

We are also excited to share that we have received a gift of a new PA system from Calvary Chapel Santee. We are so thrilled to be able to have quality sound and the ability to declare the Gospel at the outreaches that will allow many to hear.
May the Lord Bless you.

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