More than 75 volunteer missionaries gathered 18 February at Guadalajara First Church of the Nazarene for Project Paul, a mission development and church planting strategy inspired by the Apostle Paul.
The volunteers divided into eight groups and focused on evangelism and discipleship in order to strengthen eight existing Nazarene churches and to open three new churches in the area. As a result of the project, 323 people received Jesus as Lord and Savior and 40 of them joined discipleship programs in their communities.
Participants shared emotional testimonies of their experience during this time and set out to continue with the evangelistic project.
"We praise God for the brothers who gave their time to serve as missionaries after their work hours," said Pastor Manuel Molina, Project Paul coordinator. "We give the glory to our Lord Jesus Christ for the fruits He has given us."