Actually, it’s more proper to introduce her as Pastora Danya since the term Pastor is masculine. But our English makes no such designation.
Each day I am trying to introduce a pastor to you for the purpose of including them in your prayers. I have had to explain these videos more than once to people who are close enough to speak to me. For those who are not that close, I can only assume you may have some of the same questions.
Yes, the videos are in Spanish. I asked each pastor to say their name and the name of their church. The intent was for you to hear from them in their own voice. I’m aware most of you don’t speak Spanish. 🙂
What you hear Pastor Danya say is, God bless you. My name is Danya Lopez. She then gives the name of her church (iglesia) and lets you know it is in the community of El Penon. I hope that sounds familiar to you. If it does, that is a good thing! You’ve been keeping up with these posts.
Pastor Garcia and Pastor Kelvin also serve churches in El Penon. After the crusade services in El Penon we took several pictures. In the photo above she is the one standing next to me.
Pastor Danya has not yet graduated from the Mathes Pastor Training School. She is not able to attend every seminar, but she is nearing graduation. Please keep her in your prayers. She wants to graduate.
Pastor Danya plans to be present at the end of December for our Church Planting Seminar. Please pray for us and all the pastors as we work and plan for this big step. Why do we undertake planting churches? Simply put, it’s God’s game plan for spreading His message of love and forgiveness. We are doing it with this group of pastors because they have proven themselves faithful to share the Gospel with others.
That should make you ask, How faithful have they been? It’s a great question and a cause for celebration. To find the answer, you’ll have to tune into the blog page!
Soli Deo Gloria!