Fellow Laborers in My City

On Sunday morning I got up, packed my bag and walked downtown to work among the Guatemalans. First I talked to two men sitting on the front porch steps. Then I hung out with a large group of men sitting on a retaining wall on the street corner. Next, I went into a local family shop and talked to a young mother working the front counter while her whole family- husband, father, children, cousins- listened. All these people heard the gospel and got Spanish bibles to read.

Then as I was walking up the avenue, I approached a group of people hanging out on the corner. When I saw that they were all holding bibles and passing out the same Spanish tracts I was giving out, I rejoiced! “Preach the Gospel to me!”, I requested as I approached them. They were also out ministering among the Guatemalans. We all rejoiced and had a wonderful time of fellowship and encouragement there on the street corner. We talked about the Lord Jesus, the Gospel, and the unreached people our community. It was a joyful time of street church with my Spanish-speaking brothers and sisters in Christ.

2 thoughts on “Fellow Laborers in My City

  1. This begs the question: Where are my English speaking brethren? Where are the laborers in my city among the English speaking believers?? Please let me know you exist if you are near San Mateo. The nearest evangelists/ laborers (other than Jessi!) : ) that I know of are in Oakland/Berkeley, and San Jose (that is far!). Hello mid-Peninsula Christians! I have been praying for you for many years.

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