Last night, we had an amazing move of God.
Bro. Mario Garcia preached an anointed message, and God touched our people in a mighty way through him.
We had several people there that had not been coming to church for a long while that showed up and were able to hear from God and feel his presence again.
Bro. Mario preached about getting on fire again for God.
He compared the saints to carbon (coal).
You're either going to be just cold and dirty, or glowing with heat, and on fire for God!
We're praying that our people grab a hold of the message that was preached and do not forget it!
It's been a while since we have seen these boys in church. It was so nice to see them in the altar again praying with all of their hearts.
We think the little girl that my dad is praying for may have gotten the Holy Ghost last night.
This is one of our new converts, Isidro, seeking the Holy Ghost.
Sis. Elvira and Sis. Rocio
After altar call came the time to run the candy table!
Daniela, Alejandra, little Nayeli, and their mom Adriana.
Tio Mario and Bro. Dad :)
I was running around taking pictures, and then I saw Judah!
I wanted a picture with my little monkey, so I asked him if he wanted to take one... He said "Nooo!" I even bribed him with candy... But we are both pretty stubborn. I wanted the picture and he wanted out of it. Neither of us was giving in... *dun dun dunnnnn...*
I won!! I got my picture with him! HAHA.
He was screaming. And crying. And oh so very mad at me afterwards.
Hahahahaha I absolutely love this picture! It made my night.
He is such a brat. :) :) I love him!
He calmed down a while later and we were able to take a semi-nice picture ;)
Then off to eat at the best hamburger stand ever.
"Los Jochos de Juarez"
Beth and Abner eating. Besties!
Our delicious food on the grill
The most amazing burger in all of Puebla.
If you're coming down on the missions trip, you have got to try one! You'll never be the same again.... The Habit, Five Guys, The Hook, Moe's.... none of those will even sound good after you try one of these! ;)
Thank God for an awesome service and for good friends and fellowship.
Keep Puebla in your prayers!