Independent Baptist Missionaries to Mexico City, Mexico

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Wallace’s Missionary Prayer Letter August 1, 2019 (Jun. ’19 & July. ’19)

Posted on July 31st 2019

Dear Pastors, Churches and Friends,

August 1, 2019 (Jun. – Jul. ’19)

Greetings in Jesus’ Name from Mexico City! I reported two months ago that we were able to get rid of the circus tent roof on our church, and we now have a real roof – just in time for the rainy season. Since then we have finished cement flooring, tile, and walls to expand our new auditorium area. Now we just need more benches. I started a new soul-winning training program, and we have 15 new people who have a burden for souls and want to learn how to reach others with the gospel. Lord willing and with His help, this should aid us in filling our new auditorium. My desire is to accomplish what Jesus said in Luke 14:23, “And the lord said unto the servant, Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in that my house may be filled.” Pray for a need that we have for a steady supply of gospel tracts and Romans. We go through about 6,000 pieces of gospel material weekly. I would like to one day have a literature distribution ministry into southern Mexico and northern Central America, … Read More »

Wallace’s Missionary Prayer Letter June 1, 2019 (Apr. ’19 & May. ’19)

Posted on May 28th 2019

Dear Pastors, Churches and Friends,

June 1, 2019 (Apr. & May ’19)

Greetings in Jesus’ Name from Mexico City! Psalms 104:32 adequately describes Mexico City in these last couple of months; the verse says, “He looketh on the earth, and it trembleth: he toucheth the hills, and they smoke.” We had earthquakes in April, and one very strong one shook and swayed the buildings. In May the volcano here named, Popocatepetl, had many violent eruptions, the strongest in a long time, causing the government to evacuate some people and set a high alert for the area. Luke 19:10 is another verse that reminds me of Mexico City these last couple of months; it says, “For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.” We have seen many lost souls saved recently (and baptized, attend the church, and discipled). One interesting account is of a couple, Javier and Ana, who had serious problems. They thought there was no hope until they saw our van pass by with our church name “Hope Baptist Church” (in Spanish, of course) and my phone number. They called me and explained their situation. So, we picked them up for church, and … Read More »