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Dear Partners in Mission,
Arriving at my United Methodist Missionary assignment on October 24, 2021 in Costa Rica, the song To God be the Glory comes to mind as I share this article with you. My presence in the land of tourism, pineapples, bananas and coffee, with my husband Nouhou and daughter, Hadassa, is indeed a reason to praise God.
Challenges have been many in this year as we work with the Methodist Church of the Caribbean and Americas (MCCA) in three older, rural churches. Ebenezer Methodist Church in Siquirres is 137 years old and the third church in the country.
The Sembrar Project is my current endeavor. To Sembrar means to sow or plant which is my desire to share using 1 Corinthians 3: 6-9 to guide the program. She is planting the Sembrar Project in the 3 congregations: Cairo, Pacuarito and Siquirres. The project is an environment of workshops, training, and support for congregational development. Its objective is that the community around the congregations get closer and know the love of God in their lives and can enjoy something new. We cannot forget that the one who gives growth is God. We already have about 50 people in the different workshops, and we hope that more people can be blessed and be with us on this journey.
Please, do not stop praying for this mission, I also invite you to pray for my family: Nouhou and Hadassa Salamatou. You may support my ministry as a United Methodist missionary by going to: https://umcmission.org/missionary-bio/3022593/. I appreciate the donations from churches and prayers knowing that God hears us in our pleas before Him. Many blessings to all who can set aside time to be part of this mission in Costa Rica.
In the LOVE OF GOD