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God’s light shines in Mexico

With the drug wars continuing to rage in Mexico along with the drug cartels’ persecution of evangelicals, God is continuing to draw the lost to him in the midst of the darkness. Pastor Felipe Ramos of Latin American Indian Missions (LAIM) is training Christian Mexican natives to do community outreach and to pastor churches in the Totonac region with great results.

Pastor Ramos also hosts the Totonac Radio Hour in the state of Veracruz, Mexico on Sunday afternoons preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to the 250,000 Latin American Indians who speak Totonac. As a result, they are seeing a large number of people accepting Jesus as their Lord and being baptized who then take an active part in the churches there.

Praise the Lord for his wonderful works that he is doing in the hearts of men in Mexico! LAIM, like all missions, could use financial support. Anyone interested in contributing can go to www.misiontotonaca.org or www.laim.org for more information.

Source: ASSIST News. Indigenous Latin American churches are expanding–and need your support! Friday, September 16, 2011.

–posted by Harry A. Gaylord–

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