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Final Post

Thank you for visiting our blog! Starting today, we are joining together with ministry partners worldwide to share all the work we are doing globally in one place. We are creating one all-encompassing blog that will share stories of our work and also show the Gospel’s impact in other regions. We pray you will join us in this exciting new approach! Click this link to visit the new blog: https://www.lhm.org/newsroom/global.asp

Good News!

Thank you for visiting our blog and letting us share with you what God is doing! This blog will be making a transition starting in June. We will join together with ministry partners around the world who are also working to share the light of the Gospel in their countries. All of us will post stories of Gospel impact to one central blog.

You will be able to see how the Good News is being shared globally. Stay tuned for the new blog link and join us on June 1st!

Ana and María

Imagine how difficult can be for a person with depression to try interact with others, now imagine if that person is suffering several illnesses that keep them isolated and alone, feeling like an outsider. That is what Ana and María feel every day. A mother and daughter living a solitary life, with almost no friends and no more family. They said: “this started when we began to get sick, after one and other illness, our only different companion where doctors and nurses”. It all happen gradually and then suddenly.

After some years they were afraid to leave their home, and do others activities (besides of going to the hospital) because they feared of having to talk and interact with people. María said to us that she thought that people would mock her and that single thought made her anxious. So, when she saw the posters of our brochures: “Depression” and “Anxiety”, she plucked up the courage to speak with us and ask for the brochures.

At first, she hardly spoke, but after while she told us her story. Our staff tried to help them and to integrate them into different activities, such as talks, meetings with women, Christmas events, and others. In order to distract them, and to have healthy social relations, thus breaking the hermetic circle of the solitude that surrounded them.

Through the reading of the Word, they have known the Message of Hope, which has given them strength and encouragement.

Now, she and her mother are faithful volunteers and cooperate in small tasks. We are glad because Ana and María feel more optimistic, happier, and can see life as a wonderful gift from God.

Did you know…???

Did you know that your donation helps in transforming lives of children, teenagers, and adults from Chile???
Thanks to your donation programs such as English classes for children, bible studies, bible schools, booklets, talks of health, and more, are given free to people in need!.

And thanks to these programs we can spread the Gospel.

Your Donation Makes a Difference in uncountable lives in Chile!

Talk: “Healthy Eating”

We held a talk with the theme “Healthy Eating” in the offices of our Ministry Center. This talk was given by a Health Monitor from the Mafioletti health center.The participants were aged people of the neighborhood where our Ministry Center is located. We want to continue given talks and other events.

Release of Vivenciar.net!!!

New Talk: “Healthy Food”