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In response to: "Back to School" Programs

Amy [Visitor]

Just curious...where did you buy those backpacks? I am hoping to purchase some similar to those displayed for needy children.

Thanks,

Amy

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In response to: Casa Hogar Reino de los Niños

amigo [Visitor] · http://onemilliontemplates.com

it's interesting.Thanks...

PermalinkPermalink 12/03/07 @ 12:14

In response to: Casa Hogar Reino de los Niños

Byron Vaughn [Visitor]

I am looking for Tomás Shockey's email. Could you email me that or have him email me at byron.vaughn@canyoncreekbc.org. I want to talk with him about possibly coming to speak for us sometime. Thank you.

PermalinkPermalink 11/30/07 @ 10:20

In response to: Forgotten by man but not by God...

lloz [Member]

I would love to get in touch with Diana. Please let me know how I can do that.

PermalinkPermalink 11/19/07 @ 15:52

In response to: Forgotten by man but not by God...

Richard Roseland [Visitor]

I couldn't help but see the pictures of a few years back. I currently am a missionary at Pan de Vida and many of these girls are in the classes that I teach daily (although Diana is now in Canada and we communicate through e-mail). These kids are not forgotten.

PermalinkPermalink 11/03/07 @ 15:55

In response to: Serving God Outside of Amor...

Adan [Visitor]

The Triqui "tribe" has three distinct dialects, and the one spoken by the folks in your pictures is San Juan Copala. The interpretor is Juan Merino, and he is (or should be) much more than an interpretor. He is a man of God who speaks the language and understands the culture much more than any outsider (including a Mixtec outsider) will. Why interpret rather than develope a pastor from among the people? It is great to help people, but have you considered that we are creating a dependency and a welfare mentality? Have you read any of K.P. Yohannen's books? There is a lot behind the scenes here that you may not realize. Please don't take this note in the wrong way, but prayerfully consider.

PermalinkPermalink 10/27/07 @ 16:23

In response to: Rosarito Pastors Meeting - July 2005

Pastor Tesfaye Dejene [Visitor] · http://www.gkmm.co.za

we want to work with you
and i want to vist mexicon church and contry

PermalinkPermalink 10/09/07 @ 02:55

In response to: Tito's photo album

Connie [Visitor]

Hola,

I am travelling through Central America this winter for 4 months and would like to do some simple puppet shows for the children. Your theatre looks great! Do you have plans for it? It looks like it can fold down to almost nothing and is light. That is what I am looking for. Thanks in advance.

Connie

PermalinkPermalink 09/24/07 @ 09:52

In response to: It's been a long time...

lloz [Member]

Thank you for your encouragement!

PermalinkPermalink 08/08/07 @ 16:49

In response to: It's been a long time...

Jaime [Visitor] · http://CottrillCompass.com/blog

Hope to see you back blogging soon! :)

PermalinkPermalink 08/05/07 @ 06:47

In response to: Casa Hogar Reino de los Niños

Tony Carranza [Visitor]

Hi, I just wanted to say hi, an share that I growe up @ the orphanage, I contantly go there like every 3 to 4 weeks I'm there.
God bless you guys
Tony C

PermalinkPermalink 06/14/07 @ 16:20

In response to: Casa Hogar Reino de los Niños

Nancy Aracely Tocto [Visitor]

Hello everybody, this is a pretty good work, i would like to be there...that's look interesting over all to do the misionary work....God Bless you...

PermalinkPermalink 05/22/07 @ 17:12

In response to: Casa Hogar Reino de los Niños

Jeff [Visitor] · http://http;//gomillerteam.com

Hey Lydia,

This is Jeff Miller from back in the old WEBC days how are ya? I found your bog yesterday and had to say hello or hola! Many blessings hope to hear from you.

Jeff Miller jeff@gomillerteam.com

PermalinkPermalink 05/13/07 @ 05:46

In response to: Saving the World...

Lynda [Visitor]

It is heartbreaking to see living conditions such as these. People in America complain of so many things, when we have more than we need. Let's help these families that are suffering everywhere.

PermalinkPermalink 04/25/07 @ 11:38

In response to: When God calls you've got to listen...Part two

Derek Wagner [Visitor]

Please let Kim Roof know that there are some other missionary kids looking for her! She will remember me. Please tell her to write. Do you know her brother Kevin? Please help us all get in touch after nearly 20 years! THank you and God Bless!

Derek Wagner

PermalinkPermalink 04/16/07 @ 22:35

In response to: When God calls you've got to listen...Part two

Allan Jackson [Visitor] · http://www.por-amor.com/

Is Kim Roofs maiden name Woolsey?

If not, it sure looks like her and excuse my mistake. (my sis saw this site and told me of the pic)

If so tell her Allan Jackson le saluda. I'd like to get in touch as we grew up together in EC and my class is having a reunion this year. I will not attend as I am in Manta Ecuador, but if she is in U.S. she may wish to.

Ore por Ecuador
--AJ

PermalinkPermalink 04/16/07 @ 14:48

In response to: Tecate Pastor's Meeting 6/24

Eero [Visitor]

I need plenty more belief, plenty more power of prayer and more Holy Ghost with me. Please pray also that God gives me gifts of God's grace.

PermalinkPermalink 02/21/07 @ 12:51

In response to: Rosarito Pastors Meeting - July 2005

Rosie [Visitor] · http://www.internetmuetze.de

I thank you for your comment.

PermalinkPermalink 02/20/07 @ 02:11

In response to: Al Taller Del Maestro Vengo...

Shari JS [Visitor]


Wow, what a blessing and how great it is, always, to see how God works. Thanks for sharing your lyrics and story. I really love the song so much. God bless you and your family.

.~::Dd3mMø::~.

PermalinkPermalink 01/27/07 @ 09:54

In response to: Casa Hogar Reino de los Niños

Would you look at that! I know these people . . Tito (Victor Jimenez) and his wife are friends of mine, as is Rotem who works at R de los N and I know Tomas. Go to his church. WOW!

You might enjoy this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MQJpH14qlY

PermalinkPermalink 01/22/07 @ 00:37