Posts with the tag “train”

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Building a High School
September 8th, 2020
It has been on our coworker Cipriano Ayala’s heart to build a high school that could service 14 Mbya Guarani and Ava Guarani communities. The school system presently only offers up to 6th grade, with ...  Read More
by Trisha Goddard
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Building a network
September 2nd, 2020
Partners For Paraguay is building a network of local churches, organizations (nonprofits and businesses), and individuals that agree to commit resources and energy to seeing all ethnic groups in the w...  Read More
by Trisha Goddard
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To go where you cannot
July 1st, 2020
"The village chiefs welcome me, because I am a member of the tribe." These were the words of Marciano, our ministry partner among the Mbya Guaraní people. For the past two and a half months, his local...  Read More
by Trisha Goddard
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New believers baptized
June 24th, 2020
"I believe in God, that He died on a cross, shed His blood to cleanse my sin, was taken down from the cross, and laid in a tomb, only to raise back to life again in three days!" - Angaite believer ...  Read More
by Trisha Goddard
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Teaching our kids to love Scripture
May 26th, 2020
Author: Wesley Jank "Dad…" His soft voice trembled, I lowered the book and looked into his brown eyes. "Yeah, what's up?" I asked. His eyes darted to the ground, "Dad, I just wanted to say…" he paused...  Read More
by Wesley Jank
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Training in Godliness
April 20th, 2020
My favorite book of the Bible is the book of Timothy. In it, we find Paul writing to a young leader serving in a local church.Paul writes,“Do not waste your time arguing over godless ideas and old wiv...  Read More
by Wesley Jank
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How can I thrive?
April 11th, 2020
My relationship with Jesus Christ translates into my ability to THRIVE as a disciple and effective tool in His hands....  Read More
by Trisha Goddard
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How it all started
January 4th, 2017
In 1955, my grandfather, Robert Goddard Sr., left his homeland in rural Nebraska, USA with his wife and seven children. He could not get Paraguay off his mind after hearing about First Nations people...  Read More
by Trisha Goddard