Thursday, February 22, 2007

Here is a report from the first fulltime missionary to go from the Seminario Wesleyan de Venezuela, Fabio Carrasquel. Fabio attended seminary for over three years before responding to God's call to go to Paraquay as a missionary. He packed his young family and moved to a place of service and sacrifice for Christ. In our last seminary session the professors and students gave a special offering to support his work for Christ. This letter is in repsonse to receiving that gift.

"Please give my honest thanks to all the students, missionaries, and professors, thank you for believing in what God is doing in this country,

My family is doing fine, the first days were hard, because almost everything was different, but now we can say that we survived, God has been faithful, and he has protected us every time.

I remember every class and every moment at the seminary, your classes, and other people's classes that touched my life in an extraordinary way, I hope in God to see you again, and share testimonies of His greatness, but over all keep learning from your lives.

Greetings to everyone, remember that here in Asuncion, Paraguay,You have a friend, waiting for you, if you want to come, my house is your house."

Please pray for Fabio and his family as well as the seminary that has made such a difference in his life. Your support for Venezuela Now, Inc. and the Seminary is making a very real difference for Christ.

Here is a picture of Fabio and his family with Dean of Students, Dan Dunn, just before they were deployed to Paraguay.

1 comment:

Ruth said...

Warren. It is great to read about the ministry in Venezuela. God bless you in all you do, Aunt Ruth<><