STLM in Peru

Sow the Love Ministries partners with YWAM Panama City as Directors of the Training Department. Holly is leading an outreach team in Peru. Follow our team:

This page will be updated to share the adventures of our January DTS from YWAM Panama City. Team Leaders: Holly Schmidt, Genesis Arce. Team Members: Miriam Schmidt. Esther Schmidt, Brittany Bunch. Ashley McGrew, Edna Palencia, Rachelle Garcia, Jenny Jack, Iridel Tello.

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Update from Panama

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us14.campaign-archive.com The sounds of birds calling to one another woke me, Tom,  from my sleep. I glance out my window. It is about five minutes until the sun rises over the tree lines and begins its daily march across the sky. I get up, mix up a “Spark!” and sit at my desk and begin to pray, ponder and plan for th...

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YEAR END 2017

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[10/29/15]   STLM in Peru has finished the ministry opportunity in Peru for this season. To follow our current ministry, check out "YWAM Ships Outpost Panama" page here on Facebook.

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Month of Redemption

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conta.cc I will extol you, O LORD, for you have drawn me up and have not let my foes rejoice over me. O LORD my God, I cried to you for help, and you have healed me.

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Month of Redemption

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conta.cc I will extol you, O LORD, for you have drawn me up and have not let my foes rejoice over me. O LORD my God, I cried to you for help, and you have healed me.

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Month of Redemption

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NEW BABY IN THE HOUSE!!

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End of the Year Opportunity

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conta.cc Panama City is a key location to impact the nations. As the center of commerce, education, government, entertainment and religion Panama City holds a strategic position to reach not only Panama, but the nations as well.

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Campaign Update - Thanksgiving & A Rainbow

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[05/15/14]   The team is on the move Thursday, 15 May 2014. Pray for logistical challenges and the overall health of the team. We are blessed to have the "sickies" fly, rather than take a 12 hour bus ride down the mountain. MANY THANKS to all who made this possible- you know who you are and so does GOD! May He bless you abundantly for your kindness.

They will finish off serving in and around Lima, Peru until they depart on 22 May, 2014. We look forward to many great reports about what has happened in the midst of challenges and struggles.

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[05/09/14]   At hospital again. This time Miriam. 102 fever. Spine pain. Ashley getting nose unpacked at clinic. 4 girls feeling good and will minister at a women's ministry.

[05/06/14]   Join us on our adventure today in prayer.,,,we are sharing all day at a school. Going to different classes throughout day and two assemblies. 750 kids will hear and have opportunity to respond to the gospel.

[05/03/14]   At clinic hospital with Esther. She is very sick with fever, vomiting, extreme headache. Due to our time in the jungle and Esther being bitten by many mesquitos, there is concern for malaria or dengue. She had her yellow fever shot and they seemed pleased!!it could be as simple as a reaction to good or water as well. We just do not know. Esther is allergic to penicillin and has had a small reaction to the IV meds they have given her. A special lab is on the way over to test her blood. We really know nothing except she is very sick. Please be in prayer for our youngest member of the team- age 12; as well as the general health of everybody else. Will keep you posted. Thanks Holly- Esther's mom and team leader.

[05/03/14]   Unbelievable. We just shared in a school. Invited by Christian principle. 35 of about 70 students that we shared with gave their life to follow Christ. Then many of them stayed to talk with us. We have had a rough day of sickness with the team; however as we rest between events God restored and then while sharing the hope of Christ we are all well. Videos to come later.

[05/02/14]   Unbelievable. We just shared in a school. Invited by Christian principle. 35 of about 70 students that we shared with gave their life to follow Christ. Then many of them stayed to talk with us. We have had a rough day of sickness with the team; however as we rest between events God restored and then while sharing the hope of Christ we are all well. Videos to come later.

STLM in Peru

Hey here is an update from Holly in Peru...check out our page for the Team and like us! :)

Five of us girls climbed into a canoe to go make an assessment of a village that we had heard was under water. Nerves and excitement welled up in me as I snapped up my life vest. Memories came rushing back to me of our summer DTS outreach crossing the ocean in a tin boat with our DTS girls and our six kids... How the water rushed in over our heads and within moments we were drenched and all of our luggage soaking. Tom says it has been the only time he ever really has feared on outreach. This water crossing was going to be much calmer. No rain, no winds.
We had just arrived to Peru the day before. Early Thursday morning we loaded into a bus and headed two hours to the river where we would get on a motorized boat that would take us to our camping spot for the next 4 days. Our job: to asses one village that had been struck hard by the river flooding. The river is tributary off of the Amazon River. The other two villages we were to go and encourage the church, evangelize the lost and pray for the sick. Yet, even of those villages we found that the river had overflowed the banks and many houses wee flooded and the people cut off from land.
Though, back to our first day: we were only able to take a small boat to one home. The rest were too difficult to get too; however, the kids swam out to us- greeting us and happy to see friendly faces. It was the first house though that made such an impact. A young momma there had a three month old baby girl. For the entire three months this home had been surrounded by water. The baby was sick. The family drinking from the same river where the waste went and their boat had rotted out. I was able to share community health principles with the family- how to boil water; how often to nurse the baby; how much water the momma should be drinking to keep up her milk. The team members played and prayed with the family members. The father is a pastor and as the girls prayed for him, he cried and said how encouraged he was that God sent us. We saw him again 3 days later- oh what joy on his face!
The next two days, we followed the same pattern. We left our camp site early and went to a village. We found a man or woman in each village to take us to the pastor. Both pastors in each place welcomed us and one even called the church leaders to go with us as we divided into groups and went home to home praying for the families, the sick, and sharing the gospel. Each afternoon, we had two programs. One for kids and one adults. The team shared dramas and testimonies. Person after person gave their life to The Lord. In one time, a young girl of about 12 years old stood up all on her own to follow Jesus.
One man, ran full force into the arms of the pastor as our team shared the story of the prodigal son.
Sunday morning, we joined a church in one of the villages to worship our God. We were only going to share one drama and two testimonies. After we began the pastor leaned over to one of our DTS staff, Genesis, and told her we could have the entire three hours to share and teach.
Needless to say, this is why we always must be prepared... In season and out.
All of us are doing well. We have had a few upset stomachs and lots of mosquito bites. Pray for our health. We spend much time here too praying for you all especially our family and our YWAM family back in Panama. We love you all and will send updates often. Next update....a day of prayer walking and having a line of people in the park just waiting for the girls to pray for them. Signing off for now- Holly, DTS team leader and training director YWAM Panama City.

[04/28/14]   Five of us girls climbed into a canoe to go make an assessment of a village that we had heard was under water. Nerves and excitement welled up in me as I snapped up my life vest. Memories came rushing back to me of our summer DTS outreach crossing the ocean in a tin boat with our DTS girls and our six kids... How the water rushed in over our heads and within moments we were drenched and all of our luggage soaking. Tom says it has been the only time he ever really has feared on outreach. This water crossing was going to be much calmer. No rain, no winds.
We had just arrived to Peru the day before. Early Thursday morning we loaded into a bus and headed two hours to the river where we would get on a motorized boat that would take us to our camping spot for the next 4 days. Our job: to asses one village that had been struck hard by the river flooding. The river is tributary off of the Amazon River. The other two villages we were to go and encourage the church, evangelize the lost and pray for the sick. Yet, even of those villages we found that the river had overflowed the banks and many houses wee flooded and the people cut off from land.
Though, back to our first day: we were only able to take a small boat to one home. The rest were too difficult to get too; however, the kids swam out to us- greeting us and happy to see friendly faces. It was the first house though that made such an impact. A young momma there had a three month old baby girl. For the entire three months this home had been surrounded by water. The baby was sick. The family drinking from the same river where the waste went and their boat had rotted out. I was able to share community health principles with the family- how to boil water; how often to nurse the baby; how much water the momma should be drinking to keep up her milk. The team members played and prayed with the family members. The father is a pastor and as the girls prayed for him, he cried and said how encouraged he was that God sent us. We saw him again 3 days later- oh what joy on his face!
The next two days, we followed the same pattern. We left our camp site early and went to a village. We found a man or woman in each village to take us to the pastor. Both pastors in each place welcomed us and one even called the church leaders to go with us as we divided into groups and went home to home praying for the families, the sick, and sharing the gospel. Each afternoon, we had two programs. One for kids and one adults. The team shared dramas and testimonies. Person after person gave their life to The Lord. In one time, a young girl of about 12 years old stood up all on her own to follow Jesus.
One man, ran full force into the arms of the pastor as our team shared the story of the prodigal son.
Sunday morning, we joined a church in one of the villages to worship our God. We were only going to share one drama and two testimonies. After we began the pastor leaned over to one of our DTS staff, Genesis, and told her we could have the entire three hours to share and teach.
Needless to say, this is why we always must be prepared... In season and out.
All of us are doing well. We have had a few upset stomachs and lots of mosquito bites. Pray for our health. We spend much time here too praying for you all especially our family and our YWAM family back in Panama. We love you all and will send updates often. Next update....a day of prayer walking and having a line of people in the park just waiting for the girls to pray for them. Signing off for now- Holly, DTS team leader and training director YWAM Panama City.

[04/28/14]   Check back for updates from the Team in Peru.

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