Canyon News by Johnny Pinkham I am thinking of the song “I Want My Friends to Pray for Me”. That about sums up our church right now. We are needing prayers. The last few weeks have been such a kaleidoscope of emotions and experiences. The nine Pinkham’s were finally able to go to the states and visit friends and family.
January 2022 Update Its my priviledge to write a thank you and small report to Deed and Truth Ministries at the end of another blessed year. We were able by God’s grace on us, to use the backpacks donated by Deed and Truth to do three hiking trips into a number of areas that as far as we know had
Mexico MP3 Distribution We as a church here in Recomachi have been involved in passing out MP3 players with the parts of the Bible that are translated, songs, sermons and believers testimonies into our native Tarahumara language. We have been focusing on the remote areas where the gospel has not been heard yet. The Mexican government says there are around
As many of you know, a couple brothers from the church in Recomachi went on an exploratory expedition. The expedition crew included Johnny, Lupe, Jose, and me (Shawn). The vision stemmed from Johnny, who loves to explore new areas. Having a love for adventure myself, I gladly volunteered to go along. Other church brothers had planned to go along as
“The brethren are able to sell eggs to feed their families, keep roofs over their houses, and fix their vehicles. We as a church are deeply grateful.” ~ Johnathan and Martha Pinkham What are the natives like? We live among the Tarahumara people of Mexico. They are the most primitive of North American Indians, but they are also related to the pueblo peoples of