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January 2010 - In January 2010, Camp War Eagle and Camp Ozark brought over 80 staff members to Aldama, Mexico, to work with G.A.P. Ministries. This is the 3rd consecutive trip for the two Arkansas summer camps and each year has provided valuable relationships and ministry opportunities. Projects in January ranged from medical ministry and construction projects to children’s day camp outreach programs with various local churches. Staff members from both camps stayed at the G.A.P. clinic in Aldama, and travelled each day to various sites, to conduct children’s day camp groups, to work on construction projects and to minister to the people in Chihuahua and Aldama. As is often the case, the staff members from War Eagle and Ozark took home so much more than they could give to the people in Mexico.
Each evening, a worship time was planned at the clinic for the staff, which culminated on the final night with a gathering in the local theater in the Aldama square. The Mayor made a presentation to the group, and many thanks were given on both ends.
It is truly a pleasure to work with the wonderful ministries established through relationships with G.A.P. in Aldama. Each year provides opportunities and relationships that serve to build and develop the Lord’s Kingdom and we are so thankful that He has given us the opportunity to join Him in the great work happening through G.A.P. in Mexico. We look forward to January 2011!
A chapel was begun on the Ciénega Prieta property (below left) near the multi-purpose clinic/dormitory/kitchen property by a construction crew from FBC Valley Mills, Tx. This will be the site where the new congregation will hold worship services. Missionary Abram Pérez travels the hour from Guachochi on weekends to preach on Sundays and he returns again on Thursdays for Bible Study.
March 2010: Groups from FBC Valley Mills, Tx., Sugar Land, Texas (Wms Trace) and FBC Muskogee, OK constructed an addition to the caretaker’s house on CP property.
One photo shows the animals on the farm. The goats, chickens and rabbits are shared to help the locals with a food supply. This agricultural ministry is graciously supported by Christ Is Our Savior of Waco, Texas with Kent Reynolds being our contact there.
Williams Trace will return in May 2010 and FBC Frisco has an August project planned.
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