We received a note from Pastor Luis Polanco about his recent mission trip to Africa. Pastor Polanco currently serves as pastor of our Spanish-language congregation, Iglesia de Dios.
I departed from Dulles Airport on July 16 at 11 a.m. and arrived in Malabo, the capital city of Equatorial Guinea, on July 17 at 10 a.m. I preached on July 17, 18, and 19 at a multicultural church (attended by several tribes) and 10 souls came to Jesus and accepted Him as their Savior. In addition, we prayed for the ill and for divine healing. On July 20, I flew to the city of Bata, and preached in the towns of Zuzomo, Misha, Udong, and several other villages about Spiritual Fatherhood. Additionally, we provided leadership training. I returned to Malabo on July 24. I preached on July 24, 25, and 26. I visited the hospital and homes of the ill to pray and talk to them about the love of our Lord. During this last three days in Malabo, 15 more souls accepted the Lord as their personal Savior and 18 who had been away came back to renew their vows with Jesus. Lastly, we initiated a leadership school for the church.
Dayana is a student at The Leadership Center (TLC) in Honduras where Trinity has formed a relationship. Many mission teams have visited TLC. Trinity sponsors Dayana. Read her own words here: Dayana’s letter.