Train, Train, Train

Yesterday was an awesome day working with leaders here in the Bolivian harvest fields. We spent all afternoon doing training with our coordinators at a coffee shop (I think the coffee shop assumed the gringitos didn’t really like caffeine so it was a little weak). The training however was definitely NOT weak. We answered the 4 questions on why 98% of Christians don’t make disciples which led to conversations on church formation, and indigenous leadership development. We mostly just scratched the surface but the Lord provided much needed answers to some of their questions. 

Then in the evening I was able to catch up with a translator that is really trying to be obedient to what she was trained on when we were in the city last October. Since then, she has started a Bible study in her home for new believers and they have baptized 3 in the past few months! Tati has shown great steps of obedience with just a little training so I was very excited to share some more with her that she is now taking back to her new believers Bible study. 

The day was also filled with many conversations and stories along the way about what God is doing in and around people. The question remained throughout the day, “what price are you willing to pay?”

Today is packed out with lots of follow up and more training so join me in praying for God to use us and empty us for His glory!

Published by ryan.mcfarland

I am currently a missionary and the Communications Director at New Life Global Ministries. I love what I do and the people around me. Life is about following Jesus and loving people. I want to leave the world a different place than what I found it.

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