Thankful for the Lord is good!

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Thankful for the Lord is good!

Psalms 100, also known as The Thanksgiving Psalm, holds a special place in the hearts of many. It opens by encouraging us to offer our thanks and praise to God. Growing up in Guatemala, a developing country, I have seen firsthand the struggles of poverty. During a mission trip I led, one of my team members expressed a thought that has stayed with me: “I don’t understand how people who are poor can worship God.” 

However, this is a common misconception. Despite the difficulties we may face, we can still be grateful. It may not be easy, but through the words of His scripture, we are reminded that God’s faithfulness endures forever. Therefore, we can always offer thanks and praise no matter what we may be going through. Even if we don’t always understand His ways, we can trust that “His love endures forever.” By expressing gratitude, we draw closer to Him and find greater fulfillment.

I feel incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to work alongside Global One80. Having served in various parts of the world for over two decades, I am thrilled to embark on my new journey with Edge One80. Through my new role at Edge One80, I will coordinate, send, and lead teams to the countries Global One80 serves, assisting those expanding the Kingdom of God on earth.

 Psalms 100:4-5

Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good, and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.


  • The Board of Directors met for their annual meeting in Mesa, Arizona. Some changes were made, including naming Aldo Gonzalez, as a new President of the Board. 
  • Eliseo Macedo came to Arizona and Utah to share updates about his ministry in Cusco, Peru. His church continues to grow and reaching a lot of youth for Christ.  


  • Belkys Moreno, missionary from Venezuela serving now in Spain. She needs prayer for her visa application and financial support. 
  • Oneida Vargas, wife of our Founder, will be having some medical procedures to unblock arteries on her legs. 
  • Wendy Curiel, Financial Assistant is experiencing some health issues.  Pray for complete healing. 


  • Computer Needs: Our team in Peru who diligently help with communications and financials urgently needs to purchase new equipment. We need about $3,000.
  • Operating Fund Budget: We need to raise $6,000 monthly for our ministry to operate. This includes all staff salaries, insurance, communications, financial fees, etc.
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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We believe, therefore, that those who accept Christ as their Lord and Savior will rejoice forever in God’s presence and those who refuse to accept Christ as Lord and Savior will be forever separated from God.
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