The Purple Sombrero – Reaching Lives in El Salvador

el salvador stadiumWe are praying, and hoping, and working, to fill the stadium below with men, women, youth, and children, who desperately need to hear about—and who desperately need to respond to—Jesus Christ!
Dozens of churches throughout Chalatenango, El Salvador have united together to reach their region with the Good News of Jesus Christ, February 12-13, 2015! With a regional population over 200,000 people, this event in Chalatenango will be the broadest, and the deepest, opportunity our ministry has had to impact lives with The Message of the Cross! The crusade will be conducted at Jose Gregario Martinez Stadium, which has a capacity of 30,000 people (15,000 seating and 15,000 on the field). This soccer stadium (which was provided to us for no charge by the local authorities) has purple seats, and because of its unique shape it is called “El Sombrero/The Hat.”el-salvador-poster Hundreds of Christians from the involved local churches have been mobilized by our crusade director, and they are excited to be PRAYING & INVITING & BRINGING their family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers to come and join us at “The Purple Sombrero” to hear from God’s Word of His loving plan for each of our lives (sample poster/flyer on the right)!

Because of the support we receive from Christians like you, our ministry will be renting dozens of public transportation buses that will travel throughout the entire region of Chalatenango to bring people to the crusade (like the children in the bus windows below). On average, it will cost o ur ministry $125 per bus, with each bus holding around 50 people, which means it will cost approximately $2.50 to bring one person to and from the crusade to hear the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

el salvador kidsThe lives of many people are going to be changed forever, and the souls of many people are going to be saved forever!

Thank you for your partnership in REACHING, WINNING, & TRAINING people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ!

For El Salvador,

Scott Nute

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