Gazi had a good relationship with the Pastor and leadership of our church in Katjel, Albania.
As always, December was a very busy month for all our Living Water Adopt-A-Child teams round the world in the run up to Christmas.
Building on our successful partnership with Christianity Explored Ministries, through which an Albanian translation of the Christianity Explored Course was produced, resulting in upwards of 100 people giving their lives to Jesus so far, a new partnership opportunity has presented itself hot on the heels of the last one.
One of our core aims at Adopt-A-Child is building relationships with our sponsors and supporters and also encouraging them to build a relationship with their sponsored child (or granny/grandad if they sponsor an older person).
When our Guatemala team named their latest project the ‘M25’, they didn’t know that this is a major motorway in the UK!
AAC Area Coordinator for England, Wales and South Scotland, Peter Barton, together with his wife Sue, has visited Guatemala many times. Here he shares a very special story of a family close to his heart.
Everyone wants to win. Well, here in Living Water-Adopt A Child we’re no exception. The Lord has given us a Vision and we’re running with it. M25 is a new part of our comprehensive strategy to reach the people of Guatemala with Living Water. As part of M25 we are ready to launch WIN or…
Each year every one of our registered children in Guatemala and Albania, whether sponsored or not, get a Christmas present from our ministry.
Local Reps Dawn & Peter Ritchie from the Wirral, England, tell us about their life-changing trip to Guatemala recently
It has been almost 2 years since the first talking started to bring Christianity Explored in to Albanian Language!