Serving with Love

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August 1, 2020

Serving with Love

As Christians, we find a sense of inner freedom that transcends all forms of slavery. When we are freed from the bondage of sin, we are truly free. A Christian may be persecuted for his faith or be in the midst of serious difficulties and yet be free.

But this freedom that we experience is not the same as doing whatever we want. The earthly battle for freedom seeks not to be a servant or slave to anyone. The Christian faith frees us from the bondage of sin and Satan so that we can be free and serve others.

It is a great responsibility to use our freedom to serve God. We find joy in service when we focus on the benefit it brings to others, when we understand the growth that service produces in our lives and when we are aware that we are working for something that is beyond this temporary life.

Therefore, our freedom is always formed by the will of God for us and the need to reach our neighbor with our service. At Global One80 we want to motivate you to serve others, according to your gifts, abilities and talents. Serving others gives us a whole new perspective on how to live as children of God.

Gálatas 5:13 NVI

“You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love.”


  • Keileys Brito, a missionary in Venezuela, gave birth to a healthy girl. Mother and daughter are doing great. We had a great church planters conference in Mesa, Arizona.
  • We watched together the lectures given by Exponential Espanol, which were excellent. We are launching Ncuentro Network, an administrative center for Latino church planters.


  • Please continue to pray for the coronavirus crisis in other countries. The economy not only in the United States has been deeply affected, but throughout the world.
  • Pray for the situation in Beirut, Lebanon. Thousands of people were affected by the explosion and it will affect the economy and healthcare systems even more than before.


  • Backpacks and school supplies for a back to school project in Mexico.
  • We need volunteers to serve as youth mentors, English speaking online tutors, remodels, and other areas of service.

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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