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Upda te . . Colegio Biblico

February 2011

New Professor Mexico Campus

Eagle Pass, TX

Spring Semester ‘11

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his Spring Semester, José Manuel Barajas Jiménez joins the Colegio Biblico Faculty at our Mexico Campus. Originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco, José Manuel graduated from Colegio Cristiano del Centro in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, in 1999 with a degree in Theology. He has studies in Biblical Languages and Latin José Manuel Barajas and translated a Greek Grammar book by Dr. Donald Nash. Barajas ministered for eleven years at a Christian Church in the city of Guadalajara and participated in establishing three churches in the Mexican states of Zacatecas, Jalisco and Sinaloa. He and his wife Elizabeth have three sons: Samir 7, Mijail 4 and Jayde 1. We welcome José Manuel and his family and pray this will be a time of great blessing.

And we know that in all things GOD works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28

Mexico Campus Students. EP Campus: Cinthya Murillo, Nicaragua.

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egistration for the Spring 2011 semester took place on January 10th with 23 students enrolling in Eagle Pass and 34 in the Mexico Campus. In Eagle Pass, new student Cinthya Murillo, comes from Nicaragua. Four new students join our Mexico Campus: a couple from Tepic, Nayarit, a young man from Guadalajara, Jalisco, and one from Celaya, Guanajuato. Please keep our students and staff in your prayers.

Missions

Construction of housing for married students and work teams is going on right now. If you are interested in organizing a WORK GROUP, contact Jorge Mercado at jmercado@colegiobiblico.net

Indiana & Texas Work Teams

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n the month of January four groups from Indiana, totaling 36 people, came to serve at Colegio Biblico. Rick Smalling, Senior Pastor at LaFontaine Christian Church in LaFontaine, Indiana, recruited workers, organized teams, raised funds for materials and supervised the work at Colegio’s Mexico Campus. They took part in building Work Team Housing (dormitories for 20 men and 20 women) and installing fans in the Multipurpose Building. They also painted the interior of Duplex #3 and #4. The teams brought gifts for students, personnel families and teachers and had the opportunity to share the word of God in chapel and at a local church. On January 20-26 a group of 23 from Compass Chris-

tian Church in Colleyville, Texas, came to Colegio. They worked on the construction of Duplex #5 for married student housing on the Mexico Campus. They did the framing, decking, roofing, electrical wiring, and installed doors, windows and insullation. On Duplex#3 they installed the kitchen cabinets and ceiling fans. The team provided materials and labor for all their projects. On Saturday the 22nd the Compass Team presented a children’s show where about 250 people from the community attended. They also brought gifts for students and personnel as well as for needy families in the area. May God continue to bless your lives as you share the Father’s love with your brothers and sisters.

Indiana Work Group. Compass Team working on Duplex #5 for married students. Colleyville men installing windows on Duplex #5. 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 .

264 N. Brazos St. Eagle Pass, TX 78852

Tel: 830.773.3110 Fax: 830.773.3135

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