Monday, May 07, 2012

Ministry in Mojocuautla

Mojocuautla is one of the closest Cora Indian villages that we have spent over 15 years visiting and ministering to on and off as the Lord directs us.  The ministry has fluctuated in the past ranging from a really great response to a dry lack of interest.  Missionaries Jay and Faith TenBrink lived there for a while and are the Indigenous Ministry Leaders for this ministry.  They have recently formed a team of leaders who are dedicated to visiting and evangelizing this town and another one called Agua Aceda.

In April, our local church body in Cofradía took the gospel message to this village after months of not having the opportunity to visit as the Student Ministry shared a drama and music along with some special testimonies and music from others.  At the end of our time there, we had the opportunity to pray with many villagers.  Horacio will be be leading the evangelism along with Angel "Niko" after this "kick-off" event.  Next month, we do the same in Agua Aceda.

Missionaries Jay and Faith TenBrink.  Indigenous Ministry Leaders.
Horacio our greeting and inviting people to the center of town. 
Students and adults inviting the people of Mojocuautla

Angel "Niko" getting ready to start everything.


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