Jubilee Bolivia Begins New Year Making an Important Milestone Training Leader from Neighbor Country

Jubilee Bolivia Uniting with Chile Bolivia

Jan 06, 2017

 

New Year, new beginning. By God's grace, development in South America increases as the New Year begins.

Jubilee Bolivia leader, Eduardo Miranda, has been working diligent to unite leaders in neighbor countries. As a leader, Eduardo feels the need to be a mentor to the members being developed, guide and train newcomers in music and the performing arts for worship, and motivating the goals and vision Jubileepossess. As the vision is being shared, more and more people want to be part of it.

Recently, Jubilee Chile sent a leader to receive training and guidance to Bolivia Jubilee. This leader, Natalia Castillo, came to learn more about the vision of Jubilee World. Mss. Castillo is a singer, plays guitar, and a song writer. She will be in Bolivia for a period of two weeks. Eduardo said, "it is a blessing to guide and train Natalia. She is a daughter of God who shares a common goal in this ministry. She loves God and loves music. I hope to guide her in the best way I can."

Please pray for Natalia to be a strong leader for Jubilee Chile. Expanding the gospel through music is a great tool for people to turn to God. 

 

 

 

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