Free Yet still In Bondage

Province of the Week

The province for this week is called Corrientes which touches Paraguay, Brazil, and Uruguay. Because of its border with Paraguay, people of this province speak Guaraní, a Paraguayan language, in addition to Spanish. The province has about a million people with a third of the population in the capital city also called Corrientes. An interesting fact is that this province has one of the largest hydroelectric power generators in the world at the Yaciretá dam. General San Martín, the Liberator of Argentina, was born in this province in 1778. This province was the birthplace of the man that gave them freedom from Spain, but they still remain under spiritual bondage. As with many other provinces, we currently are unaware of any missionaries in this province.

Praise The Lord

This week we traveled to Alabama. We praise the Lord for a teenage girl who accepted Christ as her Savior in the service Sunday night. Please pray for her that she would grow in the Lord.

Our Generation Missions Camp

We would like to invite you to the Our Generation Camp, a camp for teenagers with an emphasis on worldwide missions. For information go to www.ogcamp.org.

For His Glory 

Robert and Emma Becker 

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