Thursday, June 14, 2007

Missionary Spotlight ~ Earl & Rosie Adams, Bolivia

Earl is originally from Selma, Alabama and Rosie is from Waialua, Hawaii. They have been married since 1971. Earl and Rosie have one adult daughter, Elizabeth Leilani (Lani) Sewell, and a younger daughter, Carla. Earl and Rosie were called to missions during their time at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS to be obedient to the Great Commission. After graduation, they served with MTW for 11 years, mainly in the country of Peru as church planters in the Hinterland Ministry. Earl then served as assistant pastor for pastoral care at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Jackson, MS for nearly four years, and then served as pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Madison, FL.

Earl and Rosie have been called to minister to the Quechuas once again. The burden for the Quechua people of the Andes Mountains in South America has remained close to their hearts. With over 12 million people, they are the largest unreached people group in all of the Americas, and for the most part, have never even heard the name of Jesus before. Please pray for Earl and Rosie as they minister through church planting and evangelism among the Quechuas.

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