We want thank everyone who has been praying for our move from Durango to GTO. The last week in Durango was extremely tough, a lot of tears and a lot of goodbyes to people we had shared our lives with in this past year. It was difficult to leave, however we had to keep moving forward, knowing that Pastor Jay has been surrounded by mature men who are willing to hold up his arms as they keep serving the Lord there at Capilla Calvario Durango.
Well, with the help of several families, even one that drove down with us from Durango, we were able to unload the moving truck and begin to piece together the house. I have to be honest and say that it has been one trial after another since we arrived and no matter how small the trial, it is still a trial and the enemy would love nothing more than for us to be distracted and discouraged. I read a devotional by the late Adrian Rogers that said that the only tool in his tool box that Satan won’t sell is discouragement. With that tool he can pry open the heart of a believer and do just about anything he wants. We recognized very quickly what was going on and in prayers surrendered all of our fears, uncertainties and shortcomings. He is so good to bring peace and courage/energy/boldness to keep going! Thank you Lord.
Hector has begun to teach the bible study as of last week. For the moment we are only meeting on Wednesday’s until after our trip to the states in late March. Once we get back our hope is to find a meeting place and at the moment Hector is planning to “kick off” Sunday’s at what will be Calvary Chapel Guanajuato on Easter Sunday April 20! Please join us in prayer as we search for a place, pray that we would be sensitive to His leading. We are asking for an E-320 (Ephesians 3:20)!
Hope to see many of you in a few weeks. We will leave you with what our logo will look like as we work on a website and Facebook page for the church.