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I am a self proclaimed coffee addict and Executive Director of a non profit missions agency working primarily in the Mexican cities of Oaxaca, Guadalajara, and Ensenada. I've been married for over 30 years to Chelle, and we have one grown son, Joseph, a graduate of Auburn University in Alabama.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

My Mexico

Last week in the Los Angeles Times, there was an article about what happens when people in rural villages in Mexico decide to join an Evangelical Protestant church. I can personally tell you that most of what the article said, is in fact true. However, the article did not have any pictures. I thought I would post a few for you.

The organization I work with, Adventures in Life Ministry, has given me an incredible opportunity to work alongside the pastors and members of all of these churches. These churches are where some of my friends in Mexico worship.

This is a church in Agua Santa. The Pastor is Daniel Hernandez.

This is a church in San Miguel del Valle. It is pastored by Americo and Norma Santana. When it became evident that the people of this church had become Christians, they were forced to live and worship outside the city.

This church is in San Antonio de la Cal. A young man named Tomas is now the Pastor. You can see some of us in the picture. We are doubling the size of the church to the poles surrounding the building.

This is Adonai Baptist Church outside of Huajuapan de Leon, one of the largest cities in Oaxaca, Mexico.

This church is in the city of Huajuapan. It is Pastored by Edwin Noriega Gamboa.

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