Province of the week Misiones Province is located in the northeastern corner of the country, surrounded by Paraguay to the northwest, Brazil to the north, east and south. Through the province flow three big rivers including the Paraná, Uruguay, and Iguazú. Iguazú Falls are spectacular waterfalls on the Iguazú River in the northwest corner of... Continue Reading →


Province of the Week Mendoza is the fourth most populated province in Argentina with almost 2 million souls. This province is known for its agriculture, mining, and tourism. The first governor of this province was General San Martín who lead Argentina to victory for independence from Spain. The capital city, which has the same name... Continue Reading →

May Missions Update

Monthly Review This past month was a busy one for us. From having meetings in NC, GA, FL, and SC, to being able to spend time with extended family at Emma’s sister’s college graduation, as well as being able to spend a week with our mission board at our yearly orientation. We are so excited... Continue Reading →


Province of the Week La Rioja is a province located in the northwest of Argentina. In the early 1900s, immigrants from Syria and Lebanon migrated into this province and became some of the most influential people in the province. One of these men, Carlos Menem, became president of Argentina for 11 years and through this... Continue Reading →

Praising The Lord!

Province Of The Week The province of La Pampa is in the very center of the country. It is very sparsely populated with 354,000 people and almost one third live in the capital city of Santa Rosa. Most of the province is ranch and farmland with cattle, sheep, pigs, wheat, barley, and many other agricultural... Continue Reading →

Great Need

Province of the week This week we would like to share with you about the province of Jujuy located in the northwest part of the country. It shares a border with Chile and Bolivia. The population of the province is about 700,000 people with 300,000 in the capital city of San Salvador de Jujuy. This... Continue Reading →

Hi, From The Beckers

Province of the Week This week we would like to share with you about the province of Formosa located in the northern part of the country bordering Paraguay. The capital city of Formosa has only about 240,000 people about half of the total population of the province. This city is one of the most humid... Continue Reading →

April Missions Update

Month in Review This month we enjoyed having one meeting in Alabama and all the rest were in North Carolina. We have definitely gotten to know North Carolina very well. Easter was spent at our home church, and we had a blessed day celebrating our risen Savior with Emma’s family. We are looking forward to... Continue Reading →

Lot’s Of Cows But Few Churches

Province of the Week This week we would like to share about the province of Entre Rios (“Between the Rivers”) located in the northeast of the country and shares a border with Uruguay.  This province has a population of around 1.3 million with around 250,000 of those living in the capital city of Parana. One of... Continue Reading →

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