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www.bpnews.net

Spearheading that effort are Southern Baptist missionaries Fernando and Brenda Larzabal.
Born in Argentina, Fernando began his ministry career as a missionary pilot. He met Brenda, a teacher from Saranac, Mich., on a mission trip to Belize. Fernando and Brenda reassured them and offered their guidance and friendship. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia. "Those are the kind of stories that give us goose bumps because they're so powerful," says Southern Baptist missionary Brenda Larzabal, who serves in Colombia with her husband Fernando. But such stories also can be bittersweet. As mobilizers, the Larzabals do a very different kind of missionary work. They're rarely able to interact with indigenous tribes face to face, much less share the Gospel. "We get to know the indigenous vicariously through our national partners," Brenda explains. "I walk alongside them, help teach them the tools they'll need, listen to their heart and their struggles," Brenda says. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia. Southern Baptist missionaries Fernando and Brenda Larzabal created the Student Center in Bogotá to attract the growing number of indigenous students attending Colombia's National University. Government scholarships provide students' tuition but little else. That's where the Larzabals recognized a need -- and a doorway for sharing the Gospel. "Some students are very leery of us," Brenda says. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia.


www.bpnews.net

Southern Baptist missionaries Fernando and Brenda Larzabal created the Student Center in Bogotá to attract the growing number of indigenous students attending Colombia's National University.
Government scholarships provide students' tuition but little else. That's where the Larzabals recognized a need -- and a doorway for sharing the Gospel. "Some students are very leery of us," Brenda says. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia.


www.baptistpress.com

Southern Baptist missionaries Fernando and Brenda Larzabal created the Student Center in Bogotá to attract the growing number of indigenous students attending Colombia's National University.
Government scholarships provide students' tuition but little else. That's where the Larzabals recognized a need -- and a doorway for sharing the Gospel. "Some students are very leery of us," Brenda says. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia.


www.baptistpress.com

Spearheading that effort are Southern Baptist missionaries Fernando and Brenda Larzabal.
Born in Argentina, Fernando began his ministry career as a missionary pilot. He met Brenda, a teacher from Saranac, Mich., on a mission trip to Belize. Fernando and Brenda reassured them and offered their guidance and friendship. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia. "Those are the kind of stories that give us goose bumps because they're so powerful," says Southern Baptist missionary Brenda Larzabal, who serves in Colombia with her husband Fernando. But such stories also can be bittersweet. As mobilizers, the Larzabals do a very different kind of missionary work. They're rarely able to interact with indigenous tribes face to face, much less share the Gospel. "We get to know the indigenous vicariously through our national partners," Brenda explains. "I walk alongside them, help teach them the tools they'll need, listen to their heart and their struggles," Brenda says. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia. Southern Baptist missionaries Fernando and Brenda Larzabal created the Student Center in Bogotá to attract the growing number of indigenous students attending Colombia's National University. Government scholarships provide students' tuition but little else. That's where the Larzabals recognized a need -- and a doorway for sharing the Gospel. "Some students are very leery of us," Brenda says. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia.


www.bpnews.org

Southern Baptist missionaries Fernando and Brenda Larzabal created the Student Center in Bogotá to attract the growing number of indigenous students attending Colombia's National University.
Government scholarships provide students' tuition but little else. That's where the Larzabals recognized a need -- and a doorway for sharing the Gospel. "Some students are very leery of us," Brenda says. Gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering can be made at www.imb.org/offering to support the International Mission Board's more than 5,300 missionaries worldwide, including Fernando and Brenda Larzabal in Colombia.


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