The James Family

The James Family

Kep and Debbie James work with SIM in Bolivia's capital city.

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  • James Family May 2017 Prayer Requests

    1. Pray for one of our ESI pastors in Oruro, Juan Carlos, who is leading an ESI group of 15 people there. He asks for prayer as he consider starting a church plant in that very spiritually needy and idolatrous city.

    2. Pray for our ESI team in Santa Cruz. They are considering starting 10 ESI in 10 strategic towns outside of Santa Cruz in the next few months. There is a great hunger in this region to study God’s Word.

    3. Pray for the 10 new groups (150 participants) starting ESI in Bogota, Columbia and the 20 groups (300 participants) starting in Temuco, Chile in July -- and all that this means for May and June, needing to train new facilitators and purchase ESI Pastor Book Sets.

  • James Family April 2017 Prayer Requests

    1. Pray for one of our ESI pastors in Oruro, Juan Carlos, who is leading an ESI group of 15 people there. He asks for prayer as he consider starting a church plant in that very spiritually needy and idolatrous city.

    2. Pray for our ESI team in Santa Cruz. They are considering starting 10 ESI in 10 strategic towns outside of Santa Cruz in the next few months. There is a great hunger in this region to study God’s Word.

    3. Pray for ESI in Santa Cruz as our leaders contact pastoral groups in Brazil and Northern Argentina in June and July to see if there might be interest in starting ESI there in 2018.

  • ESI March 2017 Newsletter

    Download the March 2017 ESI Newsletter with lots of photos here.

     We thank God for your partnership in the gospel with ESI. ESI’s commitment is to honor Christ by strengthening the local church throughout Latin America so that it will be true to the Scriptures. We do this by discipling pastors and church leaders to grow in the grace of the Lord Jesus in their walk with God, to be faithful to His charge of discipling believers and mobilizing the church to take the gospel where it is least known.

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Kep and Debbie James work with SIM in Bolivia's capital city.