Reaping a harvest

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After having worked for several months imparting the Word of God once a week to a group of construction workers in Downtown Grand Rapids, the Lord blessed us with precious fruit, as four workers Arturo, Arturo Junior, Ana and Jackie received to Jesus as their Lord and Savior by making a profession of faith and now we start a small group at home where we begin their discipleship.

We have to continue sowing the precious seed of the word of God and He will reward us with fruits.
“We cried as we went out to plant our seeds. Now let us celebrate as we bring in the crops. We cried on the way to plant our seeds, but we will celebrate and shout as we bring in the crops.”
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭126:5-6‬ ‭CEV‬‬

Submitted by Pastor Robert Kennedy, Comunidad Cristiana Internacional
New Church Development ministry update.

Note: In the photo we can see Arturo cooking as a volunteer in an activity carried out by CCI in favor of the community.

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