El Col egi al DECEMBER
message from president gonzalo flores The Almighty has been our refuge, shelter, help and strength this past year. His arm has not shortened for us. He has extended His right arm of grace in all our ways. We glorify him for giving us the privilege to serve in this ministry training servants for vocational Christian ministry. We ask the Lord of the harvest that this year 2014, He would continue to send laborers into His harvest. It is our hope that God will prosper each one of you, friends of the cause and ministry of Colegio Biblico, that this year that has begun be more successful than the past year. May our Lord Jesus Christ whom we serve and honor, receive all the glory through everything we do and achieve. In faith and devotion we move forward doing the Lord’s work.
c hr i s t m a s d i n n e r & e v e n t s On Friday, December 21, God gave us the opportunity to complete the first semester of school year 2013-2014. Our finishing of the academic work was carried out through an emotional Christmas celebration where we shared not only food but mainly to remember the joy of mankind to be subjects of the love of God through His Son Jesus Christ. Among laughter, conversation, games, and prizes, students, staff, faculty, and administrators participated in a great time of fellowship. Special thanks to the Southwest Christian Church of Austin, TX, who send gifts every year for the children of married students. On this occasion, Glen & Julie Hurtenburger made sure to get the gifts to us on time. May God greatly bless their lives for their love and generosity to this ministry.
ADMINISTRATION HANDING OUT DONATED GIFTS
MARRIED COUPLES’ CHILDREN AND THEIR DONATED GIFTS
“coreju” me xican youth christian conference 2013
HISPANIC YOUTHS WORSHIPPING AT COREJU IN COLEGIO BIBLICO CAFETERIA
COLEGIO BIBLICO ADMINISTRATION ENCOURAGING CHURCH LEADERS TO USE THEIR RESOURCES
From December 25 to 27, we were able to host COREJU 2013, a Youth Christian Conference in Northern Mexico. We thank God we had the privilege of receiving about 200 young people from different cities of North Mexico in our facilities. The event was organized by leaders of the local region and each of the activities were geared for the building and growth of the Christian youth in this part of the Mexican territory.
During the event, President Gonzalo Flores, along with the Administration, delivered a message to the leaders of congregations present, assuring to the Lord’s Church in Mexico our commitment and openness as parachurch ministry to the Christian Church in general. We want this 2014 to be a year of reaching out and working together with the ministers, preachers, and leaders of the Christian Churches; especially a year of blessing and service in the Lord’s work through the ministry of Colegio Biblico. SEE MORE PICTURES OF ALL OUR EVENTS O N F A C E B O O K A T : www.facebook.com/ColegioBiblico
Colegio Biblico admits students of any race, color, ethnic or national origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic or national origin in the administration of its education and admission policies, scholarship, loan, athletic, and other school-administered programs.
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