Independent Baptist Missionaries to Mexico City, Mexico

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Wallace’s Missionary Prayer Letter February 1, 2015 (Dec. ‘14. – Jan. ‘15)

Posted on February 12th 2015

Dear Pastors, Churches and Friends,
February 1, 2015 (Dec. ‘14. – Jan. ‘15)

We trust you had a Merry Christmas and are already enjoying the many blessings of God this new year. We greatly appreciate your support and prayers and would like to say a special thanks to those who gave extra and sent cards for us at Christmas. We are truly blessed to have such a wonderful Savior. Amen!

It was a blessing that our home church and some of Mary’s music students helped in purchasing Bibles for the orphan girls here. Another church provided a box full of Bible covers, notebooks, purses, etc. for the girls. And yet another church’s Christian school is sending girls’ hair brushes & accessories, gloves, scarfs, hygiene items, etc. God truly is as it says in Psalm 68:5, “A father of the fatherless…” Glory to God!

We were knocking doors recently in the mountain area we have been working called Xalpa. My son Stephen passed out a tract to a man named Gabriel on the opposite side of the street from me, and the man began to read the tract. As we returned, he was still reading it … Read More »

Wallace’s Missionary Prayer Letter December 1, 2014 (Oct. – Nov. ‘14)

Posted on December 3rd 2014

Dear Pastors, Churches and Friends,
December 1, 2014 (Oct. – Nov. ‘14)

Another year will be gone soon and we are excited to share about the ministry here later next year during our first furlough, if the Lord tarries. We rejoice in what the Lord has done in us, for us and through us in this metropolis. Thanks for your prayers & support that make this all possible. Because of your burden for the lost & your help in the ministry, the Lord is glorified and you have rewards awaiting you in Heaven!

Mexico again made news recently a few hours south of us in Guerrero due to the 43 students that were murdered. During the same time, it was discovered that three Americans were killed in Tamaulipas. The connection – orders from government officials. The corruption is all too common here and part of daily life. There are many “skeletons” in the closet of the current administrations. I was pulled over a couple weeks ago by the police just because he saw my Texas car plates. Even though I did nothing wrong, the officer told me I had two options: … Read More »