Union Gospel Mission in Fort Worth it's a great place to serve God and his children. You can serve from your home, in the warehouse, in the kitchen, in bible studies, or in the office with administrative skills. This is a great way to do meaningful Kingdom mission work with your children close to home.
Today's mission minutes highlights the important work of bible translators all over the world. There are millions of reached and partially reached people who have no access to the Bible in their heart language. This video highlights the Kimyal people group in West Papua, Indonesia and the day they received their first bibles written in their language. Through the efforts of Wycliff Bible Translators and numerous other bible translation groups God's word is slowly painstakingly being translated into many new languages.
Month of October 2020.
Grace Baptist Church.
We thank God for his love and mercy for us as missionaries in this region. We want to give Glory and Honor to the Lord our God for his Fidelity throughout this month ...
During this month every Saturday we have been able to travel to the Buena Vista del Aire community, every Saturday we rent a van that takes us to the Community and brings us back home. God moved the hearts of our brothers at Grace Baptist Church in Texas and their support has reached us to travel Saturday to Saturday. We leave at 4 pm and return around 10 pm.
In the Church God is awakening his people and more and more of us are getting involved in missions. Every Saturday God allows us to carry the Word of God, he always provides to bring something to share and at the same time we see how there are already new brothers who begin to manifest the fruit of the Spirit, thank God we are memorizing the books of the Bible and also songs and verses that they never knew could do it, most are young people and adolescents, we are having a beautiful group of between 50 or 60 people thank God. God is good and has mercy on people and on us to bring the Gospel to this place.
We are beginning to be harassed by the priest of Totoltepec, a town about 50 minutes away, who sends people to try to be a stumbling block for the new believers, but thank God so far he has taken care of us and keeps us from all that we are going to preach although the road is lonely and we return at night, God is with us ...
In the Church in Teloloapan we also began to meet more continuously, at the moment we meet every Sunday at 6 pm, thank God after this pandemic we have this opportunity, thank God we believe that God is working powerfully in every heart. .
We also continue on the Radio preaching the message of Christ, every Saturday from 1 to 2 pm, on Radio Tecampana we have a space from God to share the good news of Salvation, God is faithful ...
We are praying for all that God is doing in us and through us, being prepared for every good work is a great challenge.
We thank God for our brothers who support the missionary work in Guerrero, God bless them even far beyond what we can ask or understand ...
Reasons for Gratitude.
We thank God for the opportunity that he gives us as a Family to invest our lives in missionary work.
This is the last week to donate to the Reach Texas campaign.
This week we will be focusing on the unreached people group known as Tai Dam. The majority of this people group resides in Thailand, Vietnam and Laos ever since they were driven from their homes in China. However, there is a community of Tai Dam that resides in Iowa that is considered to be unreached by the gospel. The majority of the Tai Dam practice Ethnic Religions, such as Theravada Buddhism, ancestral worship, and locality spirits, with only 1.4% identifying as christian.