Showing posts from December, 2015


We at Envision Wired El Salvador want to wish you a very merry Christmas or as they say here, "Feliz Navidad."  

Interns Needed:
The Broken Ministry is being blessed by God with many ministry opportunities and we need boots on the ground to serve in these ministries.  Whether you can come for one month, 3 months or two years, we need you.  No matter what your skills are, you can be used by God.  God does not call the equipped, He equips the called!
Hungry Church: First service is Saturday, January 16 - please pray for all the details to come together and that God would clear the path for folks to come.Hungry Church Kids Program needs volunteers.Hungry Church needs an English speaking pastor.Pray that we can work out the necessity of translation for some of the wives and kids who do not speak English.Football Outreach We were just presented with the opportunity to have a US University team participate in the Big Blue practice.  Please pray that the logistics of this…
CORRECTION to Merry ChristmasIn the previous email I phrased the information about El Refugio incorrectly.  El Refugio is a program of CDA Church and not one of Envision Wired El Salvador's.  We are partnering with CDA in an effort to help develop the program and help to make it a success.  Through this partnership we are working alongside the Alliance in El Salvador offering what resources we have available.
On another note, there has been a house next door and a building across the street come available for purchase.  Please pray for wisdom and discernment as we look at these options for future housing of interns and a meeting place for Hungry Church.
MERRY DECEMBER Surprise!  December is a month full of Americano Futbol.  The Santa Tecla Jaguares played their last game and had a winning season.  Football has come so far that the last game actually had yard lines and goal posts.  

On Friday, December 4, the Big Blue National men's tackle team and the Liberty Hawks National women's flag team traveled to Honduras for a tournament that includes countries of Central America and northern South America.  They will return tomorrow night.  Please pray for safety.

The Americano Futbol league is a tool we use to build relationships.  Out of these relationships we have consistent Bible studies and discipleship programs.  Please pray that these relationships are strengthened and for God to use us according to His will.

On Friday, December 4, we also said "See You Later" to Shaina, one of our interns.  Shaina and Kevin started an after school program which they named La Fuente (the fountain).  Shaina fell in love with these kids. …