What C.L.M. does in Ministry 2017-02-03T12:51:10+00:00

Project Description

C.L.M. is commonly asked, “What do you actually do in ministry?” There really is no short easy answer other than to simply say we minister to the WHOSOEVERS (John 3:16). The reason I say the whosoevers is because we currently minister to Catholics, Messianic Jews, Christians, homeless, widows, orphans, Indigenous, and those in need. This short video contains only a few pictures and videos of ministry projects and works over the past twelve years of serving in Central America. This video begins with photos from clothes donations, baby seats, baby beds, and visits to a private orphanage in La Fortuna, Costa Rica.

There are photos of multiple outreaches which we use for different methods of evangelism. These photos include sheet rocking the English and kindergarten rooms of an elementary school in Sabalito, Costa Rica, produce grown in our gardens at Beit Lechem Farm which our family eats and donates to multiple widows and needy people, visits to a nursing home in Cartago, Costa Rica during the International Feast of Tabernacles that we work with, feeding and ministering to the homeless in Cartago, Costa Rica, a stove purchased with ministry donations for Mrs. Lucrecia who has been feeding the homeless in Cartago for sixteen years, a couple of months of stables for Mrs. Elsa, a widow, school books purchased with ministry donations for less fortunate children at the elementary school in Sabalito, Costa Rica, and a new roof and remodel of a widow’s kitchen in Duruy, Costa Rica.

The ministry training center is next in line in the video where there are photos of the participants doing children’s ministry, a video of me training and equipping the participants at the training center, participants working in the gardens at Beit Lechem to produce food for the less fortunate, several friends, the training center participants, and myself donating our time to roof a single mother’s house in La Guaria, Costa Rica, a video of the training center participants making an organic compost to fertilize the organic plants grown at Beit Lechem farm, and a video of the participants finishing up the green house they built for an elementary school in Duruy to be able to grow their own food to cook for the students.

The International Feast of Tabernacles celebration / Guest Speakers follows with photos of sukkah building, making lulav’s, a leadership meeting with an association that I founded and directed for four years with multiple Messianic fellowships, meetings with different Messianic fellowships coming together to promote unity within the Body of Messiah, ministry conferences done by Eddie Chumney (Hebraic Heritage Ministries), Ryan White (Rooted in Torah Ministries), Matthew VanderELs (Founded in Truth Ministries), Ed Harris (Beit Yeshua Ministries), Brad Scott (Wildbranch Ministries), Rico Cortes (Wisdom in Torah Ministries), and Chris Knight (Love for Yeshua Ministries), Feast of Shavuot celebration with fellowships in the association, and a Pesach celebration at Beit Lechem farm.

The video finishes up with HRTWAM (international teen camp for Americans and Costa Ricans) photos. These photos include the first teen camp we did in Panama ministering to the different Indigenous groups there, teen camp participants ministering to the elderly at the nursing home in El Bambu Bri Bri, Costa Rica, teens being trained how to pray for one another, passing out food bags to the Cabecar Indigenous groups, painting the fence at the elementary school in Duruy, Costa Rica, teaching the orphanage children how to make tzizit, campers practicing public speaking during the camp, and the campers loving and ministering to the children at the Aldeas Infantiles S.O.S. orphanage in Limon, Costa Rica.

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