Monday, November 4, 2013

Metropolitan Preaching


Metropolitan witnessing has just hit Cuenca and Amanda and Mark were privileged to be part of the team on the first day! They were stationed at one of the parks in Cuenca, which was extraordinarily busy because this weekend was Fiestas de Cuenca - a big festival they have here each year celebrating the city's independence from Spain. They had an awesome time in their 3 hours on duty - placing 5 Bibles, 10 BT books and 4 magazines. They also were able to fill out 3 please follow up slips which was success in itself! There was another stand at the park too and we have been told, although not been able to confirm as yet, that 50 books were placed in total!  Remember that the instructions are not to approach people - they are to come up to the stand if they are interested, so what an awesome outcome and a shout of praise to Jehovah!



In other news - we have Westley Bennett here from New Zealand, visiting for 6 months - he's been suitably impressed by the food prices and all else that Cuenca has to offer. It's very cool seeing the place again through a visitors eyes - sometimes after being in a place for awhile, you tend to accept things as normal. Believe me - this place is not normal\- but it is very cool!

4 comments:

MizzIzzmir said...

Hi! I haven't been in Ecuador since May, since my family is working to head back over by next year. These news are great to hear! So excited we have the stand in Ecuador too now!

Sylv said...

I may not comment frequently, but I thoroughly enjoy reading all about your experiences. Thank you so much for sharing your words and pictures with us!

Lynne said...

Love it - these may be people who automatically say "not interested" when we knock at their doors!

Shelina V said...

Hey, I'm new here but I love the experiences you've shared. Very encouraging. The new stands are AMAZING! I've had the opportunity to do it here in Nicaragua and loved it.