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MOTE Prison Ministry Expands

Come see what the Lord has done, how awesome are His works in man's behalf. (Psalm 66:5)

The growth of the Missions on the Edge (MOTE) prison programs in the nations we have served has resulted in other countries asking MOTE to start prison ministries there.

We have gone full circle, moving from our home in San Diego in 2009 to start a 4-Part Prison Ministry in the Dominican Republic. From there, in 2013 we were called to begin a prison ministry in Puerto Rico and eventually in Panama. In 2016, we were sent to San Antonio, Texas to centralize our network and develop new church relations. The success of that move opened new doors into Central America and has brought us back to San Diego.

MOTE's proven program as a result of God's favor, your prayers and faithful support now calls us to begin prison ministries in Chile, Peru, and Columbia.

Yes, the Lord has taken us, HIS warriors, full circle so that we can fulfill HIS prophesy of 10 nations. In the past 12 years, Sandee and I have been poured out like a drink offering as the Apostile Paul once said. The Holy Spirit has poured into us and HE used us to create and develop new ministries that are sustainable and replicating. We are ramping up to impact prisoners in Chile, Peru, and Columbia with the GOSPEL. You and our MOTE partners are on this journey with us. We as a team will be empowering and equipping the local churches for this good work.

We ask and appreciate your continued prayers for our well being and that our prison ministry will be instrumental in bringing the love and forgiveness of Christ to men, women, and youth imprisoned in Chile, Peru, and Columbia.

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Your donations to Missions helps to continue MOTE's ministry to prisoners in Mexico, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama and will help expand their efforts in Chile, Peru, and Columbia.

RB Community provided support to buy the mattresses (photo) for boys in the juvenile prison in the Dominican Republic. They were previously sleeping on wire frames.