Brian R. George Prayer Letter: Visiting a Church in La QuiacaVisiting a Church in La Quiaca

I was able to visit a church in La Quiaca, a city bordering Bolivia. It is 11,000 feet up in the mountains. It took 12 hours to get to this church by bus. What a great adventure! It is a city of 25,000 people. Pastor Chani is starting this church. He was trained in our Bible college. On the last night, 50 people were present for the meeting. I preached about getting the blessing from your parents, getting the blessing from your pastor, and getting the blessing from God. All the people present responded to the invitation. Two people were saved while out soul winning! Praise the Lord! The church paid for all my expenses, put me up in a nice hotel, and gave me an offering of close to US$100. They are in desperate need of Bibles and Gospel tracts. I took a suitcase of Bibles, books, music, Sunday school literature, etc. to sell. I sold everything except a few books. Praise the Lord! After getting home, we sent him a box of free literature. These people are hungry. Please pray for this need. The pastor wants me to come back to do a city-wide evangelistic campaign, so I am making plans to go back. I met another Baptist pastor who is starting a church up in the mountains at 13,000 feet! He has a lot of needs. I promised to send him a box of free Gospel tracts. Its exciting to serve the Lord! Thank you for your love and support! We are here to serve!


Elizabeth George

Testimony of Our Daughter Elizabeth

I am one of five children, the next to the youngest. I have three older brothers and one younger sister. My oldest brother Benjamin, who is 22 years old, is studying at Providence Baptist College in Elgin, Illinois. We talk to him through Skype. I really miss him. Samuel, who is 19, works with bees. He is busy a lot because of his work. He is a hard worker. Two months ago he had 18 beehives; now he has almost 45. So far this year, he has harvested 600 pounds of honey. Ezekiel is 16. He writes a lot about our family. He is a great friend. Rose, who is 7, shares a room with me. We play together. She likes to fix her hair up and can make her own ponytails.

I got saved in the house we live in now. My mom talked to me. I prayed and asked the Lord to forgive me of all my sins. I realized that the only way I could go to Heaven when I die was by trusting in the blood of Jesus to clean my heart of sin.

I live in Timbo Nuevo, Argentina. We live in the country, and the church is in the city. The people here talk Spanish. The summers here are very hot. Many people live without air conditioning. The winters are sometimes cold and sometimes warm. It doesn’t snow where we live, but in the mountains and down south, it snows. I like Argentina. I like eating empanadas and dulce de leche. I have a lot of friends here.

At church I help Ezekiel work on the Gospel tracts. I stamp the church address on the tracts, and I fold them. Then we put them on a table so the people in the church can take them and pass them out in the streets. Sometimes I help clean my dad’s office. Sometimes I stack up the chairs after church. I enjoy crocheting. I learned recently, and so far I have made a baby blanket, a hat, and a shawl. I enjoyed doing a latch hook that I will make into a pillow. I am homeschooled. I like doing school. Thank you for reading my testimony!


Our last furlough to the USA was the first six months of 2010. It has been over six years since our last furlough. We are making plans on being in the USA during January to June of 2017. Thank you for your faithful support and prayers! May God bless you richly!!

Here to serve,

Brian R. George and Family