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MITC October 2010 Newsletter

Dear James,

2 TImothy 2:1 Thou therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. And the things that thou hast heard of me amoung many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also. Thou therefore endure hardness, as good soldier of Jesus Christ. No man that warreth entangleth himself with the affairs of this; that he may please him who hath chosen him to be a soldier.

2 Timothy 2:21 If a man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour, sanctified, and meet for the master's use, and prepare unto every good work.

2010-2011 School Year

  MITC October students

The 2010-2011 school year is well under way and we are thankful to the Lord for the students He has brought to us for training. Each of them has come professing a desire to serve God and to prepare for this by learning the Scriptures in a broader and deeper way. We have fourty-eight registered as full-time students. In the Saturday Seminary, there are forty-four adult students, aged twenty-five or older, giving us a total of ninety-two students. For these we are very grateful, but the need in the Lord's work is very great, so we continue to pray for workers for the harvest.

This year, we have twelve students in their year of practice from the "full-time" program. During this forth and final year, they serve in a church or ministry assigned by the school. There, they depend upon the local church for their sustenance for daily needs. The young men sometimes are interim pastors, co-pastors or missionaries. The young ladies lead Bible classes for women and children, do visitation in the homes, and evangelism and Vacation Bible School type activities. The challenges they meet are often very big, depending on the circumstances of each work and their responsibilities. But these young people are armed with the Word of God and we pray that the Lord will empower them to His glory.

This is the list of the year of practice students who have gone out this year. Please join with us as we pray for them daily: Magdalena in Acayucan, Eunice in Jalapa, Veronic Castro in Puebla, Marisol in El Pochote, Leslie in Queretaro, Gabriela in Potrero, Martha in La Fuente, Veronica Velasco in Tehuantepec, Esdras in a Hispanic work in Shreveport, LA, Mauro in El Cacique, Josue in Sta. Maria Papalo and Juvenaido in Teponapa. We are praying that they will be faithful and be good teachers to others.

(Photo: Year of Practice Students)

Eber Flores

  MITC Oct Eben Flores

Eber Flores (Franklin, OH) has been a group leader for several years. His construction teams have helped in construction projects on campus and in churches all over this region. This past month, he led a group of nineteen missionaries from the states of Ohio, Indiana, Louisiana, Nebraska and Texas. It is amazing to see how God unites these brethren as one family in the Lord, and then unites them again to our mission family when they arrive. Truly, the bond in the love of Christ is an amazing thing. Much was accomplished during their visit, as they helped with work at the La Cumbre church building and here on campus, working on the new classroom construction (about 60% is done now). The ladies helped by sewing quilts and curtains and painting. One of the brethren helped with the husbandry of our lime orchard. It was a good time of fellowship and encouragement. A special meeting was held during their visit with Gary Richardson, Eber Flores, Dick Patterson, and our twelve year in practice students. It was a time of commissioning and prayer as they receied their instructions, as well as locations of service. It is always a time of excitement as we look to see what the Lord will do in their lives and ministries during this special year.

(Photo: Eber Flores Multistate Group)

Dental Clinics

  MITC Oct Dentists

The fall dental teams were a great blessing again this year, as Dr. Hilton's team came and set up clinic in the churches of Tezonapa and La Cumbre, for a week at each place. Working with pastors Carlos and Mateo respectively. The teams helped enhance the testimony given by the church in each community. The second dental team to visit us was from Woodcreek Church, led by pastor Mark Engelthaler. These brethren went to three new locations, setting up clinics and treating about fifty patients each day. Through their efforts, the love of God was shared with the people in a very powerful way. We are thankful to the Lord for these brethren who share their lives and skills with us, and partner with MITC to proclaim the Gospel message.

(Photo: Woodcreek Dental Team)

In Loving Memory

  MITC Oct - Brother Bill

When we think of someone who has been in the grace of Jesus Christ and who committed what he learned from Christ to many others, our minds here at MITC immediately think of Pastor Bill Stowell (Shreveport, LA). Brother Bill was our mission's pastor for more than forty years and was truly a pastor's pastor. His commitment to prayer, to the Scriptures and to the love of the Lord Jesus and God's children was a great example to all of us here at MITC. For many years, he was our graduation and conference speaker. To me personally, he was a dear friend, pastor, prayer mentor and was like a loving father during many years and situations in the ministry. In God's providence, Brother Bill was taken to his eternal home on September 24, 2010. We are challenged by his life-long testimony to live and serve with greater love and dependence upon the Lord Jesus and upon His Word. May we too commit to many, many others what we have learned of the grace of God in Jesus Christ from Brother Bill. To God be the Glory for this dearly beloved in the Lord. Our prayers are with the Stowell family and with Emmanuel Baptist Church, his place of ministry for over fifty years.

(Photo: Pastor Bill Stowell)

In Conclusion

  MITC Oct dental
Thank you for your love, prayers, support.

May the Lord use us for all His honor and glory,
Dan & Chuy Hall

(Photo: Dr. Hilton & patient at La Cumbre)

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