Lord, Give Me a New Heart!

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June 1, 2020

Lord, Give Me a New Heart!

When is the church going to learn that “systemic racism” is a sin?” Many Christians only see “selective sins”, like systemic homophobia or systemic sexism. We should know better than that.

Minority communities are tired of being labeled, rejected, lynched, mocked, segregated, caged, tortured, slaved, etc. It will take years to build trust. It will not be solved with a “reconciliation prayer meeting” or a public hug to people of color. But also, the majority culture has been bulked as one, when I know it is not the case. All people have to deal with racism in their hearts. So, it will require true confession and change of action in each one of us. A change of HEART that only God could do it. Start a process of healing that might take a lifetime.

Yes, people are hurt; yes, people are tired; yes, people are angry. Lord, I pray that you heal our hearts, they are broken, they are sad, they are sick. We need a NEW HEART.

Ezekiel 36:26

“I will give you a new heart and put anew spirit in you; I will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh.”


  • We helped bury a Pastor in Peru that died from Coronavirus. He was going to be bury on a common grave, but through the help of generous donors we provided them with funds to be cremated instead.
  • We have sent donations to various countries to help with feeding people in need because of the health crisis. Thanks for generosity and responding for our appeal for help.


  • Continue to pray for the new Spanish-speaking church that Joaquin & Oneida have started in East Mesa, Arizona. Last Sunday they had 45 adults and 24 children. God is doing great things at this new church.
  • Juan Hernandez, a young pastor from Honduras that is starting a new Spanish-speaking church in partnership with Pastor Jim Claypool from Bible Baptist Church (Gracepointe) in Phoenix, AZ. Iglesia Ncuentro has filed his R-1 Visa, so he can minister in the United States


  • video projector for the church that Joaquin has started.
  • Backpacks and school supplies for a back-to-school project in Mexico.
  • Toilet paper – just kidding, we got it! I was making sure you read the entire Newsletter.

Thanks for your faithful support and prayers for us. On a journey together to transform communities with the Gospel of Jesus, one life at a time.



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