Colombia [Esto Es Reino] - Un Documental De Come&Live! (Versión en español)

Recién llegabamos de nuestra primera aventura en Nueza Zelanda (vimeo.com/22012348) cuando recibimos una sorpresiva invitación para visitar el hermoso paìs
Chad Johnson

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de Colombia. Nuestro primer pensamiento fue, "Allá no es donde secuestran la gente?" Éramos como la mayoría, aún suponiendo que los carteles de droga seguían en pie y que nuestras vidas podrían correr peligro. Aunque tuvimos un par de experiencias "interesantes", nos encontramos con una nación hermosa que profundamente irradia la pasión por Jesús. Personas que habían sido tocadas, incluso, aquellos que nos marcaron de una forma especial.

Nos enamoramos certeramente de ver la mano de Dios sobre (y a través de) su pueblo en Colombia. Oramos de la misma manera para que suceda con ustedes. La visión de Come&Live! es ver Esta Generación amando a Jesús. La misión de nuestras vidas, y de esta historia visual, es avanzar el Reino de Dios y despertar al mundo con el amor de Jesús.

Aunque el mirar es un hermoso primer paso, no significa que pueda ser el último.

Considera embarcarte junto a nosotros en:
Un reto de Come&Live!
Esto Es Reino: 33 Maneras de tomar riesgos inspirados por amor
Noviembre 21 de 2014 - Diciembre 24 de 2014

Primer Paso: Visita onethousandrisks.com para alentar aún más tu corazón.

Segundo Paso: Pídele a Jesús que te llene con una pasión y compasión para amar aquellos a tu alrededor como Él los ama.

Tercer Paso: Únete a Facebook.com/comeandlive y confía en Jesús para que te de hermosas oportunidades de tomar riesgos inspirados por amor a donde quiera que vayas. (Recibirás estímulo diario, así como compartir en nuestra página tus propios riesgos y fracasos!)

Para apoyar nuestras misiones o saber más sobre nosotros: comeandlive.com

Nos encantaría saber más de como Jesús se ha movido en esta historia y cuales son los resultados. Por favor compártelos en un comentario aquí! o envíanos un mensaje a: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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