Just back from El Salvador where I taught a two day seminar to many church leaders and spent valuable time with Jason Law of One Mission and Ronaldo Bueno of Enlace. We worked on community development projects in the poorest of communities. Jason’s non-profit will assist Ron with housing for these poor people.
Here are some pictures.
A shot of my desk – what it usually looks like as I write Today’s Word.
A picture of me teaching in El Salvador
Some photos of the community where Jason and Ron will put their efforts.
None of this gets done without support from you, and this time Keith Cooksey provided the means to make this happen (and he went with me). If you want to do something similar, let me know.
Monday, January 02nd, 2012 | Author: Skip Moen
I never had a chance to tell you what happened on the El Salvador trip, sponsored by Bill Asma. In November, Bill and I went to San Salvador where I did three days of teaching. Here are pictures of one of the classes. Lay leaders, pastors and others attended while we talked about the difference between the Greek and Hebrew world views and the application to the role of women (‘ezer kenegdo). The response was very good. People are hungry for the truth.
As a result, Edwin Garcia (pictured here) volunteered to translate Guardian Angel into Spanish – a monumental task. Please pray for him in this labor of love. Edwin is my interpreter in El Salvador, a pastor and a teacher in the Christian school.
It is my hope to return in 2012 and follow up with more people who want to learn. Sponsorships are always welcomed, and if you want to come along and see it all in action, just let me know.
Thank you! With the financial assistance of some readers, and with the reviews of others, I have been able to schedule a conference in El Salvador teaching up to 200 pastors about ezer kenegdo. Imagine the impact that will have on Latin churches and communities. This is just one way God will remove the great heresy about women.
But we aren’t quite there.
Two really important things must happen – and all of you can help.
First, if you’ve read Guardian Angel, please write a review or a comment on the Amazon page. You can find it here. Thank you, Gayle, Robin, Marie and Eshet for already doing this.
Second, if you want to contribute to getting books to El Salvador, you can make a direct donation for that. We already have the air fare covered, but I will want to transport as many books as I can for these pastors to devour. Perhaps you would be willing to assist them with the purchase or by paying for the extra luggage cost to get books there. Most of these pastors (including women) have very little income so helping them purchase a book will make a huge difference. I can pretty much guarantee that every book will be read by many people.
If you want to help with this, go here and make a one-time donation. Just add a note that it’s for El Salvador.
And if you happen to be in San Salvador in November, please come.