October GAP newsletter

October 02, 2017 at 6:00 AM

Jose-Luis-Honduras.jpgDr. Jose Luis Guerrero (middle) has a meeting with Drs. Nestor Salavarria and Jose Manuel Garcia in Olancho, Honduras. (Photo by Dan Breen)

October GAP newsletter

By Dan Breen

Think you have a busy schedule? Compare your daily run-around with that of Luke Society Central America Regional Coordinator Dr. Jose Luis Guerrero, and you might gain a new perspective on busy.

He recently finished a two-and-a-half week marathon of visits to Luke Society ministry locations. He left his home in Mexico on Sept. 13 to spend three days in Olancho, Honduras, with Dr. Nestor Salavarria. He then hopped on an airplane to El Salvador where he held meetings in Metapan with Dr. Beatriz Navidad.

From there it was off to Nicaragua where he spent three days in Masatepe with Dr. Javier Barrios. While he was in the country he stopped over for another three-day visit with Drs. Francisco Moraga and Reyna Sanchez in Jinotepe. He then returned home to play host to a Luke Society staff member in Jalapa for three days.

If you lost track, that’s 18 days, seven flights, five ministries and four countries.

This only serves as background to demonstrate the committment of the Luke Society’s five regional coordinators. We are so blessed to have Jose Luis serving alongside Drs. Apolos Landa (South America), Julius Surjadi (Asia), John Boateng (Africa) and Pal Oroszi (Eastern Europe). Four of the five also manage their own ministries.

Give thanks for these men and the dedication they have for the Luke Society. Pray for them as they travel to ministry locations, encourage their fellow ministry directors, deal with difficult questions and seek contacts for new potential ministry partners.

They are an extremely valuable asset and we praise the Lord for them.

For more news, and to read some special notes to our prayer supporters, click on this link for the full October GAP newsletter.


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