Early March was a time for miracles in
Guatemala & El Salvador, as our team from Faith Alive Bible College /
Canadian Fire School of Missions impacted lives in a number of settings.
We ministered in numerous settings, including churches, a Bible School,
children's outreaches, feeding the hungry, and even put on a breakfast for
women who work on the streets.
One young man at one of our services sat
in a wheelchair and allowed us to pray for him. As soon as the prayer was
done, he was unbuckling his seatbelt of his wheelchair wanting to stand
up. He was a little shaky at first, but eventually was kicking a
soccer ball and giving me a ride in his wheelchair! Jesus Christ is
the same, yesterday, today, and forever. He is still the Great Physician!
Asking a young man if he'd like prayer...
After we prayed he immediately unbuckled his seatbelt on his wheelchair &he wanted to stand up... something he couldn't do before!
The first few steps were shaky, but after a bit he was standing on his own. He was so happy!
Not only did he give me a ride in his wheelchair, but we also had him kicking a soccer ball back and forth with us!
Children praying with us in Guatemala at a kids outreach.
A powerful time at a breakfast for 'friends of Jesus' - lives impacted through House of Refuge Street Ministry
Preaching at a street outreach service at House of Refuge in Chiquimulilla, Guatemala
Preaching a Sunday morning service in a local church
Teaching about evangelism at a Bible school in Guatemala
Praying for a gang member at a street outreach.
Ministering in a local church in El Salvador
The Casa de Refugio (House of Refuge) / Faith Alive Bible College / Canadian Fire School of Missions team