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PreachParsly
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 Preaching in an (almost) unknown tongue

So maybe I caught a few people's attention. :)

I haven't been active on this board in quite a long time. Maybe some day I'll be at a place where I can. At this time, I really don't know when that will be.

Mainly, I have been spending much of my free time learning Spanish. For about the past 1.5-2 years I've been studying it on my own. Since then, God has allowed me to go to Central America for a couple weeks in January. I preached twice (in Spanish!). I'm also partially involved in a Spanish-speaking church here. I still have another church that I am a large part of so, I'm not able to always attend the Spanish speaking church. However, I'm amazed at how God has opened up doors.

I will be preaching this Saturday in Spanish at a local Spanish-speaking church here in Arkansas. It is still very very difficult for me to preach in Spanish. I honestly have to memorize a large part of my sermon.

If it happens to pass through your mind, please pray that I would be able to be clearly understood.

Thank you to whom ever might take the time to read this.

- Josh


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Josh Parsley

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 Re: Preaching in an (almost) unknown tongue

Dear brother.

May God be with you in a tangible and powerful way for His glory.


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 Re: Preaching in an (almost) unknown tongue

interesting.praise God!i'll pray for you brother.


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