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GOD LOVES SPAIN
Welcome to our Ministry Video Updates.
Bonilla Family, World Witness Missionaries.
Church Planting - Madrid, Spain.
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  1. Counting down ...3 days until our English Camp in Madrid, Spain

    Praising God for the impact of the English Camps in our Spanish neighbors. After experiening love, trust, and hope through our English Camps in the past, our neighbors asked our family not to have only one week of English Camps but two or three weeks. Last year one of our Spanish neighbors shared a video invitation to our ARP Churches to come back and lead more English Camps. Here is the VIDEO with English subtitles. Please join us in thanking God for sending another team to partner with us in leading our English Camp. Thank you First ARP Rock Hill for coming back to Spain

  2. ...4 days until our English Camp in Madrid, Spain.

    "Christmas Around the World" is the theme of our English Camp this year. Please pray for our family and for the incredible team from First ARP Rock Hill that are flying tomorrow, Friday, to Madrid, Spain in order to partner with our family and lead this amazing English Camp in our apartment complex. 1,600 people live in our apartment complex, of which 400 are kids, so please pray for just the right kids to come to camp next week. Working with short-term mission teams from the US opens many doors for evangelism in Madrid, as Spaniards respect very much acts of love, trust, and hope towards others.

  3. Counting down ...5 days until our English Camp in Madrid, Spain.

    Today we are introducing our summer intern Lindsay Looper, a member of First ARP Rock Hill, SC, and also beginning our count down to the Madrid English Camp. Please take a couple of minutes to listen to Lindsay so you can know how the Lord led her steps in order to serve in the summer World Witness internship program. We ask your prayers for Lindsay's internship and for our upcoming English Camp.

  4. Preaching the Word and Evangelism - Rwanda, Africa

    By Juan Carlos and Ruth Bonilla
    Short-Term Missions Trip.
    After two weeks we finished our work in the town of Nyabihu and the Lord once again blessed the service he called us to do in this beautiful country. Sixteen people received God’s invitation to be part of his family following the sermon Juan Carlos preached in one of the local Churches of this town. Ruth and the girls helped outside with the children’s Sunday school class.
    A missions trip like this one opens many doors for evangelism in Spain, as Spaniards often do not respect the teachings of the church, but they very much respect acts of kindness to others. A missions trip to Rwanda is giving us credibility among Spaniards and open new doors for evangelism.

  5. Children's ministry and home visits - Rwanda, Africa.

    By Juan Carlos and Ruth Bonilla.
    Short-Term Missions Trip.
    We are very thankful for this wonderful life changing experience in Rwanda which was a doorway to flesh out the gospel to:
    - The 340 kids that are part of the Nyabihu Christian Academy.
    - The 45 homes with families we visited.
    - The whole community by helping to build a house for a widow grandmother who was living in a temporary structure after her original house fell down from the rain.
    - Many members of our team from Neely’s Creek ARP also began to sponsor new kids so they can go to school, both in Kigali and Nyabihu.
    - There were a total 99 kids that came forward to profess faith in Christ as their Lord and Savior these weeks during all the activities that the team carried out.
    A missions trip like this one opens many doors for evangelism in Spain, as Spaniards often do not respect the teachings of the church, but they very much respect acts of kindness to others. A missions trip to Rwanda is giving us credibility among Spaniards and open new doors for evangelism.

  6. Evangelism - Rwanda, Africa

    By Juan Carlos and Ruth Bonilla.
    Short-Term Missions Trip.
    There is JOY in heaven.
    A muslim, arrived at the school, Nyabihu Christian Academy, where we were working with the team of Neely’s Creek ARP, to give us thanks for the visit and clothes we gave them while visiting his family. Also a woman, another muslim was visiting the school. They both showed interest about Christianity, so Juan Carlos had the wonderful opportunity to share who Jesus is according to the Gospels, since for muslims their prophet muhammad also told them to read them. After explaining who Jesus is according to the Gospels I asked them if I can pray for them and they both said yes. They both accepted God’s invitation to be part of God’s family and attended the worship service the following Sunday where Juan Carlos preached.
    A missions trip like this one opens many doors for evangelism in Spain, as Spaniards often do not respect the teachings of the church, but they very much respect acts of kindness to others. A missions trip to Rwanda is giving us credibility among Spaniards and open new doors for evangelism.

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