New Iberian Mission Association

Faith in Action » James 2:26

 

Herb Pinney

 

   Brother Rob has asked me to explain how God has continued to bless us financially during this pandemic that has hit the family of God worldwide.  This crisis is indeed a worldwide crisis.  Many countries like Guatemala and the United States of America have had to close their church doors to public meetings; this has reduced the size of their offerings. This in turn has reduced the size of some of their gifts to N.I.M.A./Morning Glory. To make up for that God has brought on board several new churches that have picked up what was not coming from the old standby churches. Several of the small business have been hit the worst; they had to close their doors, some have had to greatly lower or cancel their regular gifts. Every day we pray for them and their prosperity, and God is blessing them and us.

   Our sponsors get behind, then catch-up the next month; some have had to cancel until they go back to work. Others have kept up their faith promise out of their savings. God is blessing. 

  Some have given from their estate; gold, property, and foreign exchange that we are turning to American dollars. One gift, by an elderly Christian who has recently gone to be with the Lord, was a large handful of Iraqi Dinars that we are seeking to have our Bank of America exchange for U.S.A. dollars to help with our shortfall this month. God is blessing in so many ways. Our Elizabeth Stephens in Guatemala is raising money for food gifts for our folks in the area around Morning Glory. Some of our folks in the U.S.A. have sent money to help that project. God is indeed blessing.   Thank you, folks and God, for being so faithful and wonderful. 

Loaves and Fishes

Eighteen years ago I stood at a crossroads in my life. I was tired, sick and broken. The fire in my gut that had fueled my passion for God and the ministry had died into embers. I had been deeply wounded by the church, by life and I thought even God. I realize now looking back that I was suffering from post traumatic shock syndrome, we had been through so much trauma, so many years of isolation, loneliness and constant battles with Satan had taken a terrible toll on my life. I had only returned to Guatemala because Queno was committed to building the hospital. The millennium came and went and things seemed to get worse. [Read more below…]

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  Urgent Budget Appeal  

Dear Friends of Morning Glory Christian Academy,

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A Fierce Debate is Raging

 Lori Pinney de Nij

     Across my social media pages and news updates a fierce debate is raging.

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Read the latest issue of the MG Stories magazine. Morning Glory Stories is the quarterly publication of the New Iberian Mission Association (NIMA) highlighting the ministry outreach of Morning Glory Christian Academy to Guatemala, Central America.

In This Issue:
Ninety Theses on Excellence In Education In A Christian School By guest author, H. Lynn Gardner
Defying Gravity: Turning The World Right-Side Up
2017 Report
2018 Budget

And So Much More…

Continue reading “MG Stories , Volume 6.1 (Winter 2018)” »

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