The Work of the Lord in San Jose Costa Rica

We arrived in Costa Rica in September of 2017 and our first year was spent engaged in working with most of the very small number of assemblies that exist in the country. Our purpose was to try and get to know the believers and see what needs we could help meet and encourage along the way. We encouraged a few of the younger men in the assemblies to get active in gospel work in and around their local assemblies and had them take part in different children and gospel outreaches both in the communities around the assembly building and in the building itself.

Writen by Kory and Rebecca Crawford


Outreach and visit to Coapinole

The assembly at Coapinole, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico decided to conduct a series of Gospel and Ministry meetings, starting on October 14, 2018. The format was a little different.

Writen by Ashley Milne


Golt, South of Ireland

Writen by Harry & Jean Reid


Valle Hermoso, Panama

We look back over 2018 with much thanksgiving as we see how the Lord worked and blessed His word, His people and His assembly. It wasn't an easy year, and we find ourselves very tired as we enter 2019. We thank the Lord for encouragement in the restoration of a couple to the fellowship of the assembly, the salvation of others and the baptism of a young lady in November and Lord willing her sister will be baptized in February.

Writen by Byrne & Lois Foreshew



Brenda and I are thankful for the Lord's many blessings. Brenda is enjoying the challenge of teaching 28 first grade students at Nicaragua Christian Academy's International campus. Our four children are attending there and enjoy the learning environment and friendships they have formed. We are blessed to have such a schooling option for our children.

Writen by Mark and Brenda Bachert



Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers by whom ye believed, even as the Lord gave to every man? I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase.

Writen by Edward and Ruth Smith


San Salvador, EL SALVADOR

January is always a busy month in El Salvador, this year we are doing Seed Sowers in the city of Santa Rosa de Lima. Santa Rosa is in the Eastern part of the country just 20 minutes from the Honduran border. The assembly in Santa Rosa is one of the oldest in the country, established in the early '70s.

Writen by Kevin and Patricia Flett



Together we have begun a new year and are already closing in on the end of the second decade of the second millennium. What will this year hold for you? For me? Perhaps, like me, you look ahead with a twist of fear that the challenges of this year could be overwhelming.

Writen by Samuel and Elizabeth Simonyi- Gindele