Neil and Lee’s impartation to Los Cabos included going to one of Cabo Church’s 14 Feeding Stations, the Feeding Station at Tierra y Libertad. Brenda, a very precious sister from Cabo Church, asked if some of the women from Pastor Carlos’ church at Tierra y Libertad would consider teaching the children, as well as their mothers at the Tierra y Libertad Feeding Station. It was almost six years ago when Lupe Hernandez asked me if Pastor Carlos would consider overseeing a church in Tierra y Libertad that would train the women and the children at the nearby feeding station, so Richard and I were very excited when Pastor Carlos told us that he and his ladies would be checking out the feeding station the day we were there with Neil and Lee. It was a great joy to my heart to see part of the original vision for the church at Tierra y Libertad finally coming to pass!
The following day, Richard, Neil, Lee and I traveled to San Jose del Cabo for a service at Palabra de Vida; the drug and alcohol rehabilitation center run by our dear friends, Bill and Jacki Glaubitz from Canada. When Neil and Lee accompanied us to our monthly service during their first trip to Cabo two years ago, Lee came out of her shell and prayed and spoke powerfully over the men in attendance. Their teaching and ministry to the men in Palabra de Vida was again a blessing to everyone involved.
The next day, Janet and Carlos invited the four of us to come for breakfast, and Neil had asked to pray over each of the family members. The Holy Spirit was present in a very powerful way, with the Lord giving Neil some very special words to speak over the family, along with speaking over our faithful friend Jonathan, who had also been asked to enjoy the special time.
The next event was totally social, but for any of you who have ever visited us, you know about the fun time we have most Sundays after Cabo English Church, enjoying Christian fellowship at the restaurant, Pollo de Oro.
After Pollo de Oro, Neil was the guest speaker for the evening service at Pastor Carlos’ main church in the Lomas del Sol neighborhood. The Holy Spirit again blessed us with a powerful service, with Neil and Lee gladly ministering to everyone in the congregation that asked for prayer.
While we were ministering at the evening service at Lomas del Sol, Pastor Carlos’ brother-in-law, Victor, asked for the privilege to have us as his guests at the restaurant where he is the chef and onsite manager. The next morning, we arrived at the restaurant, Fisherman’s Landing. Victor’s dishes are very special. Victor is not just a cook, but is an accomplished chef. As we were there, we were able to see how he cared for his employees and how he carefully brought the best out of them. Victor is definitely doing ‘Marketplace Ministry,’ even if he himself might not call it that. Again, the Holy Spirit was present, there in an open-air restaurant, built on a dock, at the edge of the famous Cabo San Lucas Marina. As we closed this special time in prayer, a very significant word of knowledge was shared with Victor−a word that confirmed God’s desire for his future that none of us knew anything about.
Richard and I are continuing to ‘What’s App’ call on a regular basis with Neil and Lee as Neil works with us on details for the future of the Quinta Real property, along with other ideas Neil has for the future of Los Cabos.
We want to thank Neil and Lee for the gift of their time and financial expenditure to journey to Los Cabos for these ten days of impartation! Thank you!