Moran's in El Salvador March and April
We want to share with you a few thoughts from our hearts...
There are some exciting and dynamic people who know where they are going and are determined to accomplish that goal. The apostle Paul said that his goal was to accomplish that for which Jesus has saved him. God had a plan and wanted to use him. Paul was determined to see this plan fulfilled in his lifetime. Can you imagine how that affected Paul's everyday living and everything that happened to him? Nothing could stand in God's way. Paul couldn't let anything stop him from accomplishing a mission so important and eternal. It's easy to say, "Well, that was Paul. He obviously was a great man of God" But what made him so great? Isn't it the obedience and faith to Jesus what causes us to honor and respect Him so highly? One of the saddest things in our days is that so few Christians really believe that God wants to use their lives as much as He used Paul. Our gifts may not be the same, and our circumstances may vary, but the same God has a plan for each of us. It is so easy to let the demands and challenges of daily living cause us to miss what He has in store for us. Paul was totally convinced that nothing would stand in the way of the Lord's work. God's plan and will was Paul's greatest priority. Is it ours?
"Wherefore we receiving a Kingdom which can not be moved, let us have grace, whereby we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear" Hebrews 12:28
In our last 4 AMAZING GRACE retreats, we had 96 professions of faith and 53 recommitments. Glory to God!! ( 252 students of medical school attended )
In our couple's group, we had a new addition: Olman and Mayra Valencia.
In our one-on-one discipleship, we keep ministering and building the lives of 8 people.
We are so blessed by being part of this heavenly and earthly rewarding work!!!
Victor and Flor