Gause Family Serving in Mexico
January has been a month to pray and seek vision from the Lord. We are excited to see what the Lord is going to do with our deportee ministry. We really have a great need here in the northern border of Mexico to help the thousands of men and women who are being deported. We have hopes for a home to house people, businesses to employ, and a school to educate their kids as they come from the United States to live in Mexico as a family. We will need to connect with chaplains in the Federal Prison system who can get us in contact with prisoners who are serving the Lord. If you would like to be involved in this great ministry, please contact me.
Starting in March we will begin our School of Ministry. It will be a 16 month program that will help to equip believers to serve the Lord with their giftings and callings. We are very excited to see the body of Christ united in doctrine, vision and service of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus. One of our goals through the School of Ministry will be to identify those who have a call to church planting and missions. What a great opportunity we have here in Mexico to reach people with the gospel through church planting. Southern Mexico, specifically the Circle of Silence, is just as unreached as areas throughout Asia and the Middle East. Please pray that God would put the call to church plant upon the hearts and lives of those who come through the School of Ministry.
After a nice little vacation, the kids are back in school. I am very proud of our 4 children as they have been a great blessing to our family as well as the church body. Brian and R.J have started their own basketball team with some friends from Rosarito. I am officially the coach, but it is just a title I wear with no real authority. The boys are running the team and I get to go watch. It has been fun to watch these boys grow into men and we are excited for their future in Christ! The girls are doing well. Mackenzie has become quite the baker and her sweet treats have become dangerous for our waste lines. Jamie is still debating what she will be doing this upcoming year, whether she will work or go to college. Please keep the kids in prayer!