(Chile CNSAM). Saturday, October 26, 2013 Maximum Mission 2013 was held in the city of Lanco, Chile Los Lagos District.
The city of Lanco was impacted with demonstrations of love through service. This district activity was organized by NMI (Nazarene Missions International) and was wholly supported by the youth and Sunday School ministries with prayer and fasting, financially and with human resources in order to make this activity happen.
Each ministry participated in different activities. The children and youth shared in two places; the fairgrounds and Cesarel with games, praise songs, and a special presentation from the clown “Chupetin” (children’s evangelist). The young people also presented an evangelistic dramatization for the adults.
The adults also participated by visiting a nursing home, providing breakfast and sharing experiences with them singing praise songs and speaking to them from the Word of God. They also took as presents basic food items and toiletries. In the afternoon, they visited door to door along the street where the Lanco Church of the Nazarene is located. Meanwhile, a local “Work and Witness” team built an entry way for the sanctuary to protect the door and windows from inclement weather in winter.
Jaime Diaz commented: “This service to the community of Lanco under the ministry “Maximum Mission” was held throughout the day with great joy in serving God, strengthening the work of God and being blessed minute by minute in seeing God open doors, solving our many problems and reaching the hearts of many people. The biggest winners are the works who serve the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Thanks be to God and Glory to His Name.”
Note: Maximum Mission is an initiative to promote the sending of groups on mission trips to make an impact in a place where a church is being planted. For more information about this ministry, click here: http://www.misionesqtransforman.com/qu-es-mxima-misin/
Source: Jaime Diaz, District NMI president and organizer of Maximum Missions, Chile Los Lagos District.
Edited: Susana Cabral.
Translation: Cindy Downey.