Since last year in August i have had the privilege of leading team to do Bible distributions in the neighborhoods of Mazatlán.
Giving a Bible in every home in my city, it is always a blessing.
Among the things that always impress me is how apparently every time we go out to give away Bibles, it is just another routine afternoon. But it never happens that way. There are always new stories.
We met Monica, we knocked on her door and no one opened, so we left her Bible at the door, 5 minutes later came out asking me if we had left the Bible, to which I said yes ... She stood still wanting to say something but did not know how, so I just saw her in the eyes and waited for her to speak.
-I had always wanted to have a Bible, thank you very much! she said smiling,
- Monica, how can I pray for you?
The truth is that right now I am waiting for my husband. We had a fight and he has not come to the house in three days. But he sent a message and when he leaves work he will come to talk. He should already be on the way.
We entered her house and were with her for a while. We gave her words of encouragement and prayed for her and for peace in her home. What I really enjoyed seeing was how she recovered a bit of the shine in her eyes. She was not carrying the same worries as before. And the best is that she wanted to know more about the Word of God...
Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to go to Teacapán Escuinapa Sin. With the shoulder to shoulder organization and the Grace church. "We can say that all Teacapan homes have a bible in their home." Also included in the program was a children's Bible camp, Evangelism in San Cayetano, a small town 20 minutes by boat, and breakfast every morning in the houses of the members of the local church to meet them and share a teaching with them.
In November of last year, I had the opportunity to serve in a camp on on behalf of the DIF (an organization from the government, for the development of the families), for girls from different orphanages, it was an enormous opportunity to show the girls the love of God and they could listen to talks with themes of "forgiveness" "Hearing the voice of God".