October GAP newsletter

October 02, 2019 at 6:00 AM

childrens-ministries.jpgThe Luke Society's ministry in Jalapa, Mexico, has a feeding program to help prevent malnutrition in children.

October GAP newsletter

By Nathan Stob  

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REGIONAL—A number of Luke Society ministries supplement their medical ministry and calling to transform communities by working with young people.

Below are a few examples of ministries who work directly with children. Please pray for ministry directors as they work to impact the next generation.

Let us also petition God on behalf of these children that they might come to know the living God and bear the fruit of the Spirit.

Moyobamba, Peru: San Lucas Moyobamba works with children suffering from cleft lip and palate. It provides medical services and ongoing care, helping children use their reconstructed lips, mainly through music education.

Metapan, El Salvador: Dr. Beatriz Navidad travels to school classrooms and teaches courses on Christian values to students from preschool-high school.

Moundou, Chad: Dr. Frederic Djongali not only runs a very successful medical practice, but uses profits from his clinic to fund a school he recently opened. In its second year, the Christian school already educates more than 500 students.

Jalapa, Mexico: Vida en Abundancia educates children in computers, baking, and sewing skills. It provides music classes and holds a Bible school for 90 children, while serving around 1,500 meals to children per month and teaching home gardening to combat malnutrition.

Quininde, Ecuador: Dr. Yeni Agila de Pinos has been feeding children and providing Bible studies and tutoring. Communities are being transformed through the three enrichment homes which minister to hundreds of children.

Click on this link to read the full October GAP newsletter, including requests of prayer and praise from around the world.

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