More Than Enough

Guatemalan Woman weavingGreetings from Antigua, Guatemala! Our time here has been amazing! God has been doing really great things, not only in the lives of those that we get to meet and help, but in our lives as well. We look forward to sharing those stories with you all.

I want to share with you a short encouragement. In our team worship gathering this evening (Wednesday) we looked at the story of Jesus feeding the five thousand.

“He took the five loaves and the two fish, looked up to heaven, blessed them, broke the loaves into pieces, and gave them to his disciples to set before the people. He also divided the two fish among them all. Everyone ate until they were full. They filled twelve baskets with the leftover pieces of bread and fish.”  (Mark 6:41-43, CEB)

So often we come to God and feel that what we have to offer is insignificant and insufficient. In our time together we were able to discover how God was able to take what we had and make it more than we could ever imagine. God can do that for you as well. My prayer is that we would have eyes to see and hearts to understand what God is doing in our lives, and that in God we are enough.

If you want to see what the Guatemala mission team is up to, go to www.nowisthetimeformissions.com and scroll down to see daily updates.

Grace and peace,
Brook

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About Brook Fonceca

I’m a coffee snob, theology nerd, missio Dei tag-along, husband of Autumn, father of five, associate pastor, and acoustic guitar hack. The articles on this blog are some of my thoughts on God, church, theology, spirituality, and at times, coffee. The posts usually arrive in the form of newsletter devotionals.

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