Iglesia Biblica Misionera (AR09)

by James Lim

Iglesia Biblica Misionera of Tucumán, Argentina is not the typical church seen in the United States. They do not have a building with a cross at its highest point to indicate that it’s a church. They do not have colorful stain-glass windows or comfortable pews for the members. They don’t have a stage where the pastor preaches or a praise team to lead the members in singing with different musical instruments. While they may lack these exterior things of a church, they did not lack in their desire to meet regularly and to serve others in genuine love.

Our first Sunday together with IBM was held at a local park. People came at different times, but once everyone gathered, we started our worship service together. Although the setting seemed unusual, times of worship and studying of the Word was no different. We were worshipping God with songs of praise and we were all eager to hear the Word of God preached. Young and old, we worshipped our God together as one big family. After the service, we continued to have fellowship through wonderful meals and different sports activities for the entire day.

IBM was in the process constructing on their new church property. Please continue to pray for them as God uses IBM and their new church location to reach out to the people in Tucumán.

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