Tag Archives: Mexico

Prayer for the earthquake in Oaxaca, Mexico

For those who grieve the deaths of six people, and all those whose homes are broken and lives changed, we pray. For those who felt the earth move more than a hundred miles away and who fear tsunami’s power, we … Continue reading

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I met Jesus on the steps of the church, Guest post Larry W. TRent

It is my joy to publish another in Larry Trent’s stories of immigration activism which share some of the human and holy faces he meets in his ministry. It was my last day in Mexico City before flying to Chiapas. … Continue reading

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Guest post — Larry Trent stories “When did I see you hungry?”

Larry Trent often writes short stories about his experiences — sometimes in Los Angeles, sometimes at his border ministry and sometimes visiting Mexico. This story took place in San Cristobal, Chiapas, Mexico, and it comes with a visual. Last night … Continue reading

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A story from Querétaro — Larry Trent

My friend, Larry Trent has been in Mexico for the last month taking an intensive Spanish course to assist in his ministry with people who live on the streets in Los Angeles. He has sent many stories home. He is … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday — words from Mexico

Joel Elí Padrón Ibáñez Iglesia Reformada Peniel México shares these words Hosanna!, ¡Hosanna!, ¡Bendito el que viene en el Nombre de Dios! Que se abran las puertas de los templos, de las casa, de las escuelas, de los trabajos, de … Continue reading

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Hoy te vi — Today I saw you — Matthew 25:37-39 from Mexico City

With great gratitude to Elizabeth and to Gerardo for the translation! Hoy te vi “Señor, ¿cuándo te vimos con hambre, y te dimos de comer; o con sed, y te dimos de beber? ¿Y cuándo te vimos forastero, y te … Continue reading

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Fireflies — reflection by Elena Huegel

Elena Huegel is an old correspondent of mine. Raised in Mexico, just saying good-bye to 20 years of Ministry in Chile, most of it at the Shalom Center in the Andes Mountains and working with children and going forward into … Continue reading

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We pray for Mexico this evening

God, send rescue to those who are trapped care for those who are injured, a friend to wipe the tears of the ones who mourn, or simply sit beside those who cannot contact some who are dear to them. The … Continue reading

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Prayer for Mexico and for Guatemala

Some say – this earthquake was not so bad as thirty-two years ago — the tsunami not so high, and many buildings did not fall, but, God, this is just as bad for those who weep and you who know … Continue reading

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Thursday, December 17, 2015 … O antiphon from Mexico

Joel Elí Padrón, México offers this prayer and Katie Fiegenbaum has written the translation. It is shared from Red Crearte. Come, Lord, we wait for you, we need you Come, because your world, our world weeps, has doubts, suffers from … Continue reading

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