The Remote Jungle Trip – Rerouted

I had the great privilege of spending several days this month helping fellow missionary Nathan Terrell with the Global Encounters – Remote Jungle Team whose goal was a 5 day jungle hike visiting villages unreachable by modern means of transportation. Due to unforeseen circumstances (like ankle deep mud and getting slightly lost) the hike was shortened. The team, undaunted, decided to accompany me to two of the new villages where I am now ministering.

Caleb quoting scriptures in Spanish with kids from the church in Santa Ana

Caleb quoting scriptures in Spanish with kids from the church in Santa Ana

The GE team sang and shared testimonies at the tiny church in the village of Santa Ana and at the end of the preaching about 6 individuals came forward to receive Christ.  We were also able to install three water purification systems. If you are interested in sponsoring simple water filter systems to provide clean drinking water in rural areas like these– please contact us.



Also one of the team members wrote a blog post about their time with us in the villages. You can read it here.

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About Ron

At the end of September 2008, Ron and Ivonne Mouser abandoned all of their earthly possessions that wouldn’t fit in their truck and moved to Arriaga Chiapas, Mexico with their two small children. In Arriaga, they helped administrate an orphanage, shared the pastoral responsibilities of a local church and built a thriving youth ministry. At the end of 2011 they left Arriaga to pioneer a new work among the marginalized people groups living in the poorest part of Chiapas near the city of Comitán.

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