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We were blessed last week by a "surprise visit" from Paul Washer.  He and three other wonderful brothers stayed in our house for a few days and encouraged us greatly.  Very humble, very genuine, very loving, very real.  We were able to get a group of preachers together and have a mini "pastors conference".  It was an excellent time with great teaching from God's word.  At the end of the study brother Washer gave out MacCarthur study bibles to each preacher.  This was a tremendous blessing for many of the brothers who didn't have any study materials.  God is good!

Right after brother Washer and his team left we had a huge influx of brothers and sisters come through Tarapoto and on their way to Yurimaguas for our national conference of elders and church leaders.  It was fun to have so many people in and out of our house and the conference was a real blessing to all.  Church leaders came from all over Peru in order to study together, pray together and be encouraged together.  We thank God for what He is doing in the assemblies across the country.  

Of course I had to get some of the brothers together and go do some open air evangelism.  Why have a conference where we talk about evangelism....... without actually doing it?  On the first day of the conference several of us went out to the market place to preach.  It's always exciting to get up on a chair in a public place and proclaim heavens greatest message to a lost world!  There were a lot of listeners interested in hearing the gospel.  I was able to give out many tracts and N.T's and at the same time talked with many individuals about their soul.  Pray that God would use the message that many heard that day.

"The reason some folks don't believe in missions is that the brand of religion they have isn't worth propagating." — unknown

-Micah for the Tuttle's


At June 7, 2013 at 7:59 AM MarshaMarshaMarsha said...

It is so easy for us to take for granted the Bible and teaching materials that we can so easily access. What a blessing to give/receive those study Bibles!

Keep pressing on. I love to hear what God is doing in your neck of the woods! Your enthusiasm is such an encouragement!

Praying for you, Tuttle family! :)


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