Mexico Work Makes Transition

|Mexico Work Makes Transition

In May of this year, Patrick and Brandon’a Garcia and their two children completed their mission work in Cuernavaca, Mexico and returned the United States.

However, the work continues. The Waterview elders are committed to moving forward with the La Fuentes church which the Garcias planted. The missions committee searched for ways to keep the work going most effectively and have a team of people who live in Mexico to work with the church.

This week Patrick will present his final report to the congregation, but you will also meet part of the new team.

  • Isabel and Efrain Paulin are a husband and wife team with many years of ministry experience in Mexico.
  • Mario Salazar recently completed his ministry instruction with TIBi and is a current member at Cuernavaca.
  • Chucho (also a member at Cuervnavaca) finished his TIBI training and will work with the church.

The Paulins and Mario are at Waterview this weekend to meet the church and have discussions with the Missions Committee. (Chucho did not come due to visa issues.)

Take time to meet them and encourage them in their work.

By | 2017-11-20T20:31:55+00:00 July 22nd, 2016|Messages|

About the Author:

Robert recently retired as the pulpit minister following a 52-year tenure at Waterview. He currently serves part-time focusing on developing young ministers and training preachers in survival tactics for ministry as well as continuing his leadership of the Oglesby Foundation which provides scholarships to preachers in training.