Friday, April 16, 2010

Friday, February 26, 2010

La Calzada 2010

El Salvador, February 26th, 2010.

Dear Friends,

“Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” Philippians 1:2

During the month of February, I had the opportunity to travel to Antigua Guatemala and spend time at the YWAM Base. During this visit, I was able to get involved in their “Soup Run” Ministry. We went around the central park in Antigua Guatemala and gave hot soup to people who sleep in the street. Most of them were drunk people, but yet, they were very thankful to receive some food from us. We got to pray for some of them. After bringing food to street people in a rainy and cold evening, I have started to appreciate even more the warm meals that I get to have every day.

When I came back to El Salvador, I spent one week with a Mission Team that came down from Roberts Wesleyan College in New York. Their main focus was soccer. They had soccer clinics for kids and they also got to play soccer matches with unbelievers from different communities around San Salvador.

Children Getting Ready to Play!

They also got to do devotionals for the kids and to share some of their testimonies before and/or after the games. On last day of their trip, we got to visit a remote island off the coast of El Salvador.

One Hour Boat Ride to get to La Calzada Island

This island, La Calzada, is part of El Salvador, but apparently nobody is taking care of the people there. They do not have a clinic or hospital that they can visit when they get sick. And they do not have a “formal school” that they can attend. They basically only learn to read and write.

Giving away “What Would Jesus Do?” Bracelets

“Christ for the City” is the organization that found this community and they are willing to help them in any way they can. Next month, I will be helping a Medical Team from the United States that is coming to meet the physical needs of the community.

The Church in the Island

I would appreciate if you could pray for the protection and provision of the teams that are willing to come down to Central America to bless these countries!

Blessings to you all,

Susy Ayala

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Saturday, January 16, 2010

January 2010

El Salvador, January 16th, 2010.

Dear Friends,

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year's Day with family and friends.

During the last month, I have had the privilege to help two different Mission Teams that came down to El Salvador. It is always amazing to see different cultures come together to be in unity through God's Holy Spirit to accomplish one express His Love and to enhance God's Kindgom.

Medical Team from Indiana, U.S.
(Triage Area)
Kid's Program at a Church in San Salvador

I also wanted to share with you my Bible Verse for this year.

"May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit"

Romans 15:13

Lots of blessings in the New Year,

Susy Ayala

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Future plans...

United States, August 25th, 2009.

Dear Friends,

It is always a joy to be able to write to you and tell you how much I enjoy seeing God working every day in my life. Our lives and days are definitely full of God’s blessings, aren’t they?

I wanted to share with you some of my future plans. I will be flying back to El Salvador on October 10th. The week after I get there, I will be interpreting for a friend who is coming from England to meet with 2 children who she is sponsoring through Compassion International. We will meet with the children and their families on two different days. We will also be visiting other Salvadorian ministries in El Salvador.

The next month, I am planning on traveling to the Youth with a Mission Base in Antigua Guatemala. I will spend 2 weeks there (November 1st-14th). I will be interpreting for the Discipleship Training School students.

I am always thankful for your prayers.


Susy Ayala

Tuesday, August 25, 2009