Advancing God's Kingdom is not always an easy endeavor, it requires time, work, and resources. A verse that keeps us going at Frontline Missions is found in Matthew 6:19-21 where Jesus puts in perspective the real meaning of our works on earth.
"Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also."
When we keep our hearts focussed on the eternal, it is easier to invest everything we are into advancing God's Kingdom and investing on ministry resources so that those who have not heard, are able live in eternity with Jesus as well.
We truly thank you for your support and commitment to this ministry as it would not be possible without your friendship and partnership. We want to share with you an update about Frontline and what our ministry partners and missionaries have been up to.
In This Issue:
Meily Garrido, Frontline Missions Honduras Director, is currently in Flower Mountain bringing food to the Tolupan Indians and other local farmers who have suffered the negative economic impact of the pandemic. Meily is with Pastor Luis and a team from his church in Sulaco delivering goods in the name of Jesus. They were able to use the truck showed in the picture to bring rice, beans, and other dry foods.
Maily says, "Thank you to everyone that has donated to the Tolupan through Frontline Missions! We are in our way to Flower Mountain...For me it is the first time in a year going up since the pandemic started. The joy and excitement [I am feeling] is beyond what I can express with words...I wish many of you could go with us, but I know the time will come [eventually] in God’s timing. Love you all!"
Honduras Update: Flower Mountain
Pastor Daniel, Frontline Partner, went to an indigenous gathering in Bananeira for New Years Eve—thank God for all he had done throughout the year. The gathering had around 150 people from different indigenous tribes including the Macuxi and Wapishana tribes.
The chief or "Cacique" of Bananeira is an evangelical pastor and invited Pastor Daniel to be the featured speaker during this New Years gathering. With the support of Frontline Missions, the whole community was fed for four days with cow meat and many in the community were reconciled to God.
Heidi met Anthony and Thea on a mission trip to France in July 2019. They are worship leaders at one of the churches with which Frontline partners. This church has a calling to train leaders and support them while they go to Bible School. During the missions trip, Heidi felt that the Lord wanted Frontline to support them. The missions team agreed to financially support Anthony and Thea for two years while they went to worship school. Now, fast-forward two years, they have graduated and are now looking to travel to New Caledonia, home to different indigenous groups, and visit their friends and family to possibly begin a new ministry there. Frontline is currently praying to see how we can be a part of their future ministry.