Greetings from the Joneses
Can you believer that it's 2020? Last year went by so quickly! We saw God's blessings throughout the year especially as we were traveling. Our time in the US visiting our churches and supporters went very well but it's nice to be back home again in Campo Real. We returned on January 13. We enjoyed sharing what God has been doing in Spain and especially in Torres de la Alameda. A very special blessing was having all 19 of us together in New Jersey for the Christmas holiday. Thanks for praying.
The group in Torres de la Alameda has already celebrated its sixth anniversary last October. We are thankful for what God has been doing over the years. There has been more growth this past year. In our most recent update you can read more what is happening. You will find all of our updates in the column on the left under Previous Updates. Thank you for praying for our ministry. We know that God has great plans for the future as well.
One of our goals for this year is to look for Spanish leadership. We pray that God would lead us to the man that He has chosen for this important responsibility.
Here is a video that tells about our summer 2018 activities.
Thank you for praying with us for the work here. If you would like to see a video and photos of the ministry center in Torres de la Alameda you can click here. You can also read our latest update by clicking here.
We hope this website will be an effective tool as you pray for us and for our ministry. You can learn more about our ministry and our family by clicking on any of the items at the top left. Be sure to read our latest prayer updates here. Thank you for your interest and especially for your prayers. If you would like to know more about the Christian life and how to become a Christian, feel free to click here. There's no greater life than a life with Christ. If you have any questions or comments please contact us.
Spain is located on the Iberian Peninsula with France to the North, Portugal to the West and Africa to the South. There are 44 million people living in a country about twice the size of Oregon. Less than 1% consider themselves to be Evangelical Christians. Spain is changing though. About 10% of the population are immigrants from Eastern and Central Europe as well as Central and South America. We live in Campo Real, about 20 minutes east of Madrid and are beginning a new work in Torres de la Alameda.
If you would like to know more about the country of Spain, click here. You can find more information about Spain by clicking on Links.