by Eitan Shiskoff, Executive Director, Tents of Mercy Network
Our nearest neighbor was a widower named Remaldo. We had to pass through his farmyard every time we entered or left our New Mexico hippie commune in the foothills of Sandia Mountain. Since Remaldo spoke no English, we used all the Spanish we knew and began acquiring more. He graciously gave me a tanned cow hide, which I used to make a drum, stretching it over a wooden barrel. That drum had great tone!
Eitan hoeing Hispanic owned
land in New Mexico
Then our hearts were captured by Jesus - we didn't yet know Him as Yeshua. Our first steady involvement with a believing congregation took place in Templo Cristiano, a Spanish Assemblies of God church in the remote village of Gallina, New Mexico. The first praise songs we sang, the first sermons we heard were in Spanish. With warm hearts the people embraced us as we were, caring not that we were gringos who spoke their language haltingly. They simply showed us God's love.
Esta aqui, en Español - It's here, in Spanish!
|Dedicating new book in Mexico 2015|
At the conclusion of the Mexico City breakfast, the pastors gathered around me, together with the publisher, dedicating the book to the Lord. My prayer is that this edition will be distributed throughout Latin America and Spain. May God use it to further His kingdom purposes for Israel and the Church.
If you want to know more about the Spanish version of the book, please contact Moises firstname.lastname@example.org.
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