Travelogue: Chiapas, Mexico

I had the privilege of spending last week with a few other Christ followers from Hope Church in Covington, LA, Willow Bend Church in Plano, TX, and Oak View Baptist Church in Irving, TX, serving and supporting the Tzotzil Church Planting Movement in Chiapas, Mexico. We traveled 1,500+ miles and saw 30+ people give their lives to Christ while treating 250+ medically. We traveled to two rural villages where churches are being planted among the Tzotzil Indians.

The food was incredible – “Tzotzil Wheat Energy Drink”

The scenery was breathtaking – Along the border of Guatamala

In the Lacandon Jungle

We missed the turn for our resort, but still had adequate housing – TENT CITY!!!

What an honor it was to be used of God to serve and share with such beautiful people. Please pray for the Tzotzil Nation in Chiapas, Mexico.

Please pray for the Tzotzil Church Planting Movement and its leaders. For more info visit http://www.tzotzil.ovbc.net.

Posted on June 24, 2008, in Travelogue, World Missions. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. awesome. so glad you had such a great trip. we look forward to hearing more!

  2. We are a non profit publishing house in Costa Rica and we do the printing of the Voice of the Martyrs, Spanish version here in CR. We are needing a Chiapas picture for the front cover and I found this one which I really like. I was wondering what would be the possibility of using this foto for the VOM newsletter in Spanish and what the requirements would be?

  3. I would be honored for you to use it. What is your email address?

    Lane Corley 985.373.2748 Sent from my iPhone

  4. You can send any info to plmantor@racsa.co.cr. Is this the highest resolution you have of the picture of the three girls?
    Duane

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