This is the women’s recovery house that is being built in San Vicente, Mexico. There is a wonderful Calvary Chapel there and an incredible ministry that takes in battered women and their children. There’s incredible fruit coming out of this new ministry. Rob Nash and Mike Viveros from Calvary Vista are going to try to stop by in April. We would all love to see this recovery home for women finished so that they can start taking in women with addictions. I think God is going to do an amazing thing through their lives there.
If you are interested in being a part of a team to help with construction, please contact Rob Nash at Calvary Vista. 760-726-4224
If you would like to donate to this cause, you may do so on our website. Just visit the Donate page and make a note of “San Vicente”.
Theo and Rebecca Jedlicka are missionaries in El Salvador teaching God's word and planting and growing new churches. They live in Santa Tecla, El Salvador and they have a dire need for a new bathroom. The bathroom they use is in very poor condition. They have 2 little girls and another baby on the way soon. Any help you feel led to give would be much appreciated. If you are interested in helping financially or if you have skills that can help rebuild a bathroom, please contact us. Below is a prayer request and some pictures of the Jedlicka family.
Hello, again dear friends!
Thank you for praying with us, and please write to us if you have any prayer needs or simply want to share what the Lord has placed on your heart while you were praying!
God bless you and thank you for your partnership in reaching El Salvador!
Please Pray with us for:
Family - Financial support, new baby, kids, encouragement, health, marriage, walk with God, our safety, leading
Ministry - Church plant, teaching, discipleship, ministry to local pastors
Country - Submission to God, crime and poverty, corruption, violence, religious spirit, the hardness of hearts.
Theo, Rebecca, Sarah, Daniela, and baby Jedlicka
A Request From Rebekah White
Dear Friends and Family,
My name is Rebekah White and I am currently a student at Calvary Chapel Bible College in Murrieta, pursuing my Associates in Biblical Studies with an emphasis in Missions and Evangelism.
After obtaining this degree my current plan is to move into the missions field where I will live and serve the Lord. I am not sure where I will go but Genesis 12:1 has always been a call to faith when it comes to missions in my life. This verse states “get out of your country, from your family and from your Father’s house, to a land which I will show you”. This reminds me that I do not always need to know where I will go as long as I know that God has said to me “go” He said to Abraham in this verse.
The purpose of this letter is to ask for financial support for my Spring semester which will (Lord willing) be my last semester. I am currently applying to and praying about attending the Bible College campus in England or Italy. Any amount of donations you feel led to give would be deeply appreciated and all received donations will be put towards my tuition for this next semester.
In addition, I will gladly update and give prayer and praise reports on a regular basis whilst at school and during the semester; I can do this at your request whether you feel led to support or not! Thank you so much for taking the time to read this and I would love and appreciate your prayers during this season in my life. If you would like any more information on what I am learning, what my mission plan is or where I am going I would love to answer your questions, so feel free to ask!
If this is something you feel led to support donations can be mailed to my address at 1325 Aves Lane, Fallbrook Ca 92028 (preferably by December 31; if you would like a tax writeoff you may donate through Gaius Missionary Services online with my name in the notes or make checks out to Gaius Missionary Services).
Myself and a Fellow CCBC Kauai Student Walking a Girl to School in Cambodia My 2017 Africa Missions
Playing With Kids in the Philippines Trip
A surprise message from the Jedlicka family!