Three eye-opening months

01 Mar, 2013 | Panama
Juho Roimaa
“You can hear and read about the troubles in the world at home, but over here it all becomes real,” said Luz Ángela Miranda. The 30-year-old Colombian is a participant in OM Panama’s three-month missions training. This year’s International Intensive School of Missions has eight students learning more about missions and God.

“In all things we have approached here, it's like God is removing a veil for me to see the world and its need more clearly. In this school, we learn about and work with other cultures, people and most importantly, real problems.”

After 2.5 years of study in administration and business, Ángela decided to take a break and ask her pastor to help her find a good place to learn more about missions. “I was introduced to missions a year ago when I got involved with my church's local ministry,” she shared. “During that time, I felt a calling to do and learn more.”

After the school finishes, Ángela plans to teach newcomers between ages 18-25 in her home church. She also desires to work in missions abroad, “but all that is in God's hands,” she shared.

Please pray for Ángela to continue to grow in Jesus Christ and reach people who don't have a relationship with Him yet. Pray for God's guidance in her life.

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