Minya, Egypt


Last year during Holy Week, we were pleased to have with us a friend from out of town. Way out of town in fact: Minya, Egypt!

Victor Habib was making the rounds between our Denver and Four Corners presentations to take a closer look behind the scenes so he could help train the team in his hometown. While he was visiting the states he signed the agreement to produce, and his team will be staging their first presentation in Arabic in September of 2019.

Please keep Victor and the entire team in your prayers.

In the midst of all of the opposition, there is a great opportunity to share the gospel of Jesus Christ in the Arabic speaking world.

The Passion Play of Las Cruces

This time of year, you may hear about Las Cruces, New Mexico because the NMSU Aggies are putting on a strong showing for March Madness. This year, however, there is something else going on in Las Cruces to be on the lookout for.

April 8th – 12th at the Dream Center the Passion Play of Las Cruces team will take to the stage for their inaugural presentations. It marks our first new domestic presentation for the ministry in five years.

They are planting a vision in the community for what we believe will be exciting growth over the next several years.

¡Hola Venezuela!

March 23rd and 24th 2018, the Passion Play of Barquisimeto, Venezuela will host their premier presentations of “He’s Alive!”  This effort represents PPMI’s first opportunity to partner with the body of Christ in South America. It comes at a time when the country of Venezuela is experiencing extreme political, social, and economic turmoil. Their national elections are scheduled to take place in the month of April. A dark cloud of uncertainty hangs over their future.   

Their presentations will be Friday March 23rd at 2pm, and Saturday March 24th 10am and 2pm.

The location for their presentations will be the Teatro Juarez Calle 25, Barquisimeto 3001, Lara, Venezuela.

The Venezuelan state orchestra has confirmed its plan to accompany the 150 actors in their presentation. Please keep this team in your prayers as they make their final preparations.

Recent news paints a grim picture of current conditions across the country. Reports indicate the average Venezuelan has lost 24 pounds in the past year due to starvation. Around 90% of the population is living in poverty.

Several sponsors have come forward to help make this presentation a reality. We still have several outstanding needs totaling $3,275.00, including: food and water for the cast and crew, lighting, utilities, and security. Please prayerfully consider partnering with this team financially as they take the stage to present the good news of Jesus Christ. We believe the hope for all of Venezuela’s tomorrows is still wrapped up in the powerful message of the cross and the empty tomb. It’s still the greatest message of hope the world has ever known….

He’s Alive!

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