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Ministry Report: March 22, 2021

Written by Steven Frey

On March 22, 2021 Javier Santos sent the following ministry report:

This is the congregation in the Pame village of El Coco

This is the congregation in the Pame village of El Coco

Good evening my dear brothers and sisters. Greetings

from Cd. Valles.

This is the congregation in Tanlacut. Cristina is standing with this group of women

This is the congregation in Tanlacut. Cristina is standing with this group of women

This past week we once again made a mission thrust into the Eastern Sierra Madre Mountains to visit the new Pame churches and to strengthen and encourage our brothers and sisters there.

God provided us with some clothing and shoes which we were able to distribute to the children and adults in these needy communities. To God be the glory for his provision

God provided us with some clothing and shoes which we were able to distribute to the children and adults in these needy communities. To God be the glory for his provision

To God be the glory for his provision enabling us to help these dear Pame brothers and sisters

To God be the glory for his provision enabling us to help these dear Pame brothers and sisters

Assisting the needy

Assisting the needy

We ministered in the communities of Agua Nueva,

Meeting on the bank of the dry river bed at Tanlacut. Please continue to plead for rain for these desperate communities

Meeting on the bank of the dry river bed at Tanlacut. Please continue to plead for rain for these desperate communities

New congregation in Santa Catarina

New congregation in Santa Catarina

Milpas Viejas, Tanlacut, El Coco, and ending up at the

Evangelism in the mountains of the Eastern Sierra Madres

Evangelism in the mountains of the Eastern Sierra Madres

These are the young people from the Buenos Aires children's ministry. Those who were once children are now young adults and many of them serving in the ministry

These are the young people from the Buenos Aires children’s ministry. Those who were once children are now young adults and many of them serving in the ministry

municipal seat of Santa Catarina.

We were blessed to be able to minister to the new believers in each of these communities where God is opening doors to the gospel, and where there is a deep hunger for his Word.

We returned to Cd. Valles after a very busy ministry trip, joyful, knowing that God was with us and that the new Pame believers are growing in their faith.

God had provided us with some clothing and shoes which we were able to distribute to the children and adults in these needy communities. To God be the glory for his provision.

While in Tanlacut I preached to the group of believers as we sat on the banks of the dry river bed. Please continue to hold these communities up in your prayers. There is a desperate need for rain very soon or the devastation on the drought will be unthinkable.

We were very blessed to be with these precious new believers in each of these communities. God continues to make our way prosper.

In many ways the work is very difficult and there is so much to be accomplished. But I praise God for the work that He has entrusted to me. I desire more than anything to be found faithful.

Blessings to each of you.

Your brother in Jesus Christ,

Javier Santos








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