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Bible Ministry Adventures in Mexico #5

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Participating in our Bible ministry in Mexico is always an adventure. First we meet at our local Kingdom Hall or a friend’s home. Then we make small groups and leave for the territory or our Bible studies. These photos are from two different days in our Bible ministry. We had to cut the first day short because Taylor was bit by a dog. The dog came through the fence and bit her foot. I took a picture of it happening and I didn’t realize I captured it until later. Taylor was traumatized and we went home afterwards to clean up the bite. The owner was kind and provided us with proof of the dog’s vaccinations. The bite healed up well. We didn’t report the dog because we don’t think Mexico has animal control. If they do, it’s going to be like the rest of the government. Unorganized and corrupt. I love Mexico but this is part of living here. It’s something we have to adjust to as foreigners. The second day in our Bible ministry was much better. No one was bitten by a dog, although we did see a herd of sheep in a soccer field. This the Mexican way of life, to get the most bang for your buck. In this case, one field has two uses. Soccer and sheep :-) Signing off, Tina

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Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

Bible-ministry-Mexico

3 thoughts on “Bible Ministry Adventures in Mexico #5

  1. Mark A Jones says:

    Are there limitations or special requirements for ministering in Mexico? I’d like a small village. Are there special licenses or permits?

    • Tina Marie Ernspiker says:

      I don’t know. It’s not something we have investigated. Our ministry is part of our life. It really is “who we are” so wherever we live we would try to spread the “good news from God”. I hope this makes sense ;-)

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