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Honduras 2017—Pastors Conference

Posted on| March 13, 2017 | Comments Off on Honduras 2017—Pastors Conference

By Hubert Harriman, FAS Speaker

My trip to Honduras for the Pastors Conference went especially well, for which I thank the Lord. It was a tremendous blessing to speak to these key people. Their kindness toward me was humbling, their hospitality was heartwarming, and their response to the messages was so encouraging. These are an outstanding group of ministers and leaders. I felt God’s help in every way, both in direction and preaching—especially speaking in Spanish again. I so appreciated David Hawk’s help with logistics. My heart was blessed to spend good time in great conversations with him along the way.

Below are some pictures that, for me, capture the main thing in meetings like this—and that’s people. These, as I find everywhere I go, are people God brings into my life who touch my heart in so many different ways. I’ve also included some photos from our Mexico trip. I hope you’ll look at them and be blessed with God’s people in other places.

For those who pray for Sarah and me, and there are so many of you, our deepest thanks. God continues to provide. The Lord bless you and keep you!

Photos from Honduras

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Photos from Mexico

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Peru 2017

Posted on| March 10, 2017 | Comments Off on Peru 2017

Dear Friends and Family,

The Lord’s richest blessing to each of you!

God opened doors to evangelize in two of the 84 prisons of Peru; the larger one had approximately 9,000 inmates. Many of these men are in their twenties. What an incredible opportunity to speak of His forgiveness and abiding love! In addition, we ministered to men and women who are recovering at a Christian rehabilitation center from drug addictions.

The response was awesome as over 400 sought Christ! I am so grateful for the Holy Spirit and the pastors who have laid the groundwork and will return to these places to teach and strengthen these who are so new in the faith. The opportunities for continued prison evangelism are endless.

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Our deepest thanks to Pastor Alfredo Agapito and his wife, the prison coordinators, and Raul Melo, the trip coordinator. David Kerney (a former missionary) also accompanied me and was able to see firsthand the desperate needs of the inmates and drug addicts.

It is very encouraging to know that the Good News continues to be proclaimed in all of Peru. I’ll have the privilege of returning in July for fifteen days of solid evangelism (open-air meetings) in the mountain communities.

Karol and I want to thank you for your prayers and financial support, which makes this ministry possible.

In His service,
Dave and Karol
David Harriman Ministries
PO Box 1063
Mandan, ND 58554

Seeking Holiness

Posted on| February 27, 2017 | 1 Response

By Leroy Lindsey, FAS-endorsed Speaker

In February, I finished preaching a four-part series from Colossians on Sunday evenings at the University Church in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. What a blessing to see the response to the messages and my new translation of “I Am Coming, Lord”! The altar was filled the last three Sundays with seekers of holiness.

Next, I went to Peru, where I preached at the early morning devotionals for the workers and staff of the Granja Porcón, a large rustic retreat center, lumber producer, and trout and dairy farm, with an attached zoo and several restaurants, that attracts many national (and international) tourists, north of Cajamarca. In the first service, around 20 of the 200 forest workers there indicated that they wanted to receive Christ as their Savior. I preached from Matthew 11, “Take my yoke upon you… I will give you rest.” Several attendees later told me that they really appreciated the message.

The second service was a devotional for all the office, factory, and dairy staff; it was a call to genuineness in our Christianity. Many staff members are believers, but are second generation and tending toward a nominal experience. The farm’s “secretary” later asked me for all the texts I had used. He is a solid Christian and the one who organized all the activities there.

Later that week, in the Major Prophets class I taught for the Church of God seminary in that area of Peru, we had a wonderful outpouring of the Spirit at the end of our session on Jeremiah. Reading Lamentations 3:22, I was praying about the mercies of God and thanking him for that great faithfulness. The thirteen students, most of them pastors, began praying, confessing their need to be more faithful in their ministries. The Lord gave us a marvelous time together as we sensed his presence, his holiness, and his restoration.

Please pray for Peru and Lima (February 22-28)

Posted on| February 16, 2017 | Comments Off on Please pray for Peru and Lima (February 22-28)

A note from David Harriman, an associate of The Francis Asbury Society:

Dear friends,

Your prayers will be very much appreciated as we evangelize in two prisons of Peru and also preach the Good News at a market place in the city of Lima (February 22-28). Pray that hearts will turn to Christ and experience His forgiveness. He is the only answer!

My wife, Karol, and I thank you for your involvement in the overseas evangelistic ministry.

In His service,
Dave

David Harriman Ministries
PO Box 1063
Mandan, ND 58554

Cuba 2017

Posted on| January 18, 2017 | Comments Off on Cuba 2017

Happy New Year! And may each of you sense and experience God’s favor and blessing upon your lives throughout the year.

What a blessing to return to Cuba and see God at work in spite of religious restrictions and other odds that Christians must overcome. His Church is alive and doing well!

DHarriman and AndyTwo evangelistic music festivals were held through the efforts and participation of the Wesleyan Church youth. They also went to the streets, invited and saw others come to Christ. One seeker was considering taking his life. The events were blessed as the music and celebration touched lives. Also, Andy, who has traveled the world accompanied me and blessed many through his trumpet playing and singing.

As top priority, the Word was preached and found lodging in hearts. As a result, 65 individuals sought Christ, and young people were enlightened and made commitments toward sexual purity. Pray as these newborn babes in Christ are discipled, that they be totally sold out to God and His Word.

Thank you for your support which makes this ministry possible. It is deeply appreciated.

In His service,
Dave and Karol
David Harriman Ministries

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