April Update

Updated: Apr 24, 2018

In March we have been in 7 churches for scheduled meetings, 4 of which were Missions Conferences. We have had meetings in MS, AL, MD, FL, & NC. This month we were blessed to hear from 4 New Supporting Churches bringing our support up to 59% of our needed support. In April will be in LA, GA, MS, MI, & OH for several meetings, 5 of them are Missions Conferences. We are praying to fill the rest of our summer schedule as quickly as possible, if you would please pray with us.

This past month we had a change in Mission Boards. In March we were accepted by Macedonia World Baptist Missions as Church Planting Missionaries to Argentina. Please note the change in Support Address below. We are still doing the same thing headed to the same place, our only change is the location of our Language School which will be in Costa Rica. We now have all of our needed funds for our airfare to Language School. We are currently raising money for the cost of Language School which will be $13,000. Thank you all who have prayed and sacrificially given that we might reach Argentina for Christ.


Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in Argentina last weekend, calling on the country’s leaders to protect the unborn.Over 50,000 people reportedly took part in a march in Buenos Aires, with further rallies taking place in more than 200 cities across the country.In many of the marches, free ultrasounds were offered to pregnant women and donations were collected to give to expectant mothers in need.Conscience - At the Buenos Aires march, a group of doctors addressed the crowd saying: “Harming a living human being in any way with the intention of ending its life under no conditions constitutes a medical act.”“Neither the state nor anyone can force any agent or healthcare professional to engage in practices that go against their conscience.”The marches took place on the country’s National Day of the Unborn Child under the banner “Save Them Both”.Abortion Bill -In Argentina, abortion is currently illegal unless the life of the mother is in danger or in cases of rape. But for the first time in the country’s history, an abortion Bill is due to be debated in the senate.It seeks to allow for abortion on demand up to 14 weeks, and up to birth in cases of ‘genetic malformation’ of the child.Argentina’s president Mauricio Macri has already said that he will not veto the Bill.