Thanks to the help of many ministry partners, the FACES Ministry exceeded all previous records in every sense this Christmas Season! Our dedicated staff worked very hard throughout all the holiday season ministering in 19 different communities and barrios. 3,655 children, senior adults, parents and handicapped persons enjoyed the Christmas program and received a small gift and/or clothing and other items. Our pastors ministered the Word of God and over 1,000 prayed to receive Christ! 16 community leaders signed a promise not to send their children to the streets to work or beg during Christmas. Here is a report in photos of the FACES Ministry successes during November and December 2017.
Our trip to the US.
We were blessed to be able to be in the states for a few months lately to attend Missions Conferences and undertake “Friend Raising” activities. We had a great time in Virginia Beach at the Azalea Gardens Conference.
We presented the FACES and New Day Projects for the first time in several churches in California, including the North Western Hispanic Regional Conference, where we briefly shared before Dr. Tim Hill preached the opening night. We would like to thank Pauline Daniel and Char Nelson for so kindly hosting us.
The picture to the right is our visit to the Yosemite National Forest. Char (pictured below at our display table) has joined FACES and New Day Ministries working full time here in Quito.
We are thrilled to announce that the Ministry Center Remodeling is finally drawing to a close. We will be hosting a FACES Ministry Dedication Celebration on April 27, 2018 to give glory to God for all he has done and to honor those who contributed so much to the purchase and remodeling of the FACES Ministry Complex. Here is a before and after photo of the new dining room.
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FACES Ministry - COGWM
2490 Keith St. NW
Cleveland, TN 37311
Project # 102-4038