Missions Insider Report
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Volume 18, Issue 46


In Argentina, Homeless Addict Thankful for Gospel Power

Giovanni refrained from telling those living on the street with him that he was from a well-off family. But the kinship he felt with an indigenous missionary led him to reveal that and more.
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Photo of the Week

Bolivian missionaries fording river on horses.

Rivers of Living Water  

Native missionaries use any means possible to get to remote areas of Bolivia in order to bring the good news of eternal life in Christ. Teaching the Bible to children and adults in villages where its gospel workers are serving, the ministry asks for prayers as the government has forbidden open-air preaching and imposed a tax on all the churches. "This month we made a trip to the Toromono ethnic group along the Beni River. Few outside people enter this ethnic group area, because they are too distrustful, but we are willing to pay the price so they can know the kingdom of God," the ministry director said. "In recent months we were able to travel to two remote villages to provide free basic medical attention and dental care. As a result, 17 people accepted Jesus as their personal Savior." Please consider a gift to help native missionaries bring Christ to people without hope.


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