Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead or All Souls Day) On November 1 & 2, there will be an explosion of color, sugar candy skulls, and “Day of the Bread” bread for sale everywhere! Street parades, parties, singing, dancing, and costumes and makeup make these days so fun. The cemeteries are overrun with flower-sellingContinue reading Día de Los Muertos
New Bible Study Group in ZaragozaContinue reading New Bible Study Group in Zaragoza
A few weeks ago, I (Phil) came across this shrine to the “lady of the holy death,” and a prayer written to her (in the background). He took this photo of it. I translated it and here’s what the prayer said: “Oh lady holy death, with your infinite power make yourself present and bring peaceContinue reading Who Are They Praying to?
Easter morning, 2019, at this 6:00am service at a little mission church in our city of San Luis Potosí, Phil preached on why resurrection of Jesus is so important. Two men and a lady surrendered their lives to Christ!! We’re humbled at the power of the Word of God.
As of April 26, 2019, all except one in this photo have come to know Christ as their personal Savior through ongoing Bible study group meetings in a rural area of San Luis Potosí, Mexico. They have even been sharing the transforming love of Jesus with their friends and families, despite the persecution that comes.Continue reading Veronica Comes to Christ
Adolfo hears the gospel for the first time!Continue reading Using a Water Filter to Share the Gospel
December 12 is a day of huge celebrations here in Mexico, 🇲🇽 not for the birth of our Savior Jesus, but for Mexico’s patron saint, THE VIRGIN GUADALUPE. 😞 Idol worship at its greatest… She’s only a legend, but because of culture, tradition, and teachings in the churches here, she’s hailed as equal to God.Continue reading The Day of the Virgin Guadalupe