McMullen Tribute Story

Don and Miriam McMullen never came to Bolivia or knew about the ministry of the Christian School; yet the impact of their lives has touched us here in Camiri; thousands of miles away from where they were born and lived. They are described by their relatives as “salt-of-the-earth-people, honest, hard-working, loving, with a smile on their face and joy in their heart.” Today, in their memory, the Christian School enjoys of having a photocopy machine in the office for the use of teachers, students and sometimes the church. It has brought great practical and economic benefits. As said in Revelation 14:13 “Their works follow them.”

Lives of great men (and women) all remind us, We can make our lives sublime, and, departing, leave behind us footprints on the sand of time.”

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Published in: on April 21, 2011 at 6:00 am  Comments (1)  
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  1. ¿De donde eran y como fué que donaron la fotocopiadora? ¿tienes fotos de ellos? la copiadora no parece tan vieja como suena el hecho de hace cuanto la donaron (eso me estoy suponiendo).
    Doy gracias a Dios por las personas que han propuesto en su corazón donar bienes para el ministerio y ruego que seamos sabios al utilizarlos.
    tkm


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