Brian and Liesl George2021-02-22T09:55:45-06:00

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Brian Birthday 09/29
Liesl Birthday 07/04
Brian & Liesl Wedding Anniversary 09/04
Benjamin Birthday 12/08
Samuel Birthday 10/30
Ezequiel Birthday 11/04
Elizabeth Birthday 04/15
Rose Birthday 03/14

Brian’s Testimony:

At the age of seven, I was saved at Prairie Flower Baptist Church in Washington, IA. At the age of thirteen my father baptized me in our church in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

At nine years of age my family went to Argentina as missionaries to start Baptist churches. It was a great adventure to live in a foreign country with people that speak a different language. I learned the customs of the Argentines and to live like them. I helped my family in the work; street preaching, passing out tracks, teaching a class, and leading the singing. My parents were missionaries in Argentina for 36 years.

In 1985, I enrolled at Hyles-Anderson College. Wile there I learned more about soul wining, and how to preach better. As I was majoring in missions, God confirmed my calling to be a missionary to Argentina. In May 25, 1991, I graduated and was ordained into the ministry in November 27, 1991.

Liesl’s Testimony:

Wile my parents, Clayton and Cheri Livingood, were in the U.S. Navy stationed in Rota, Spain; we attended a good church that preached the Gospel. At a young age, I realized my need for Jesus to save me from an everlasting punishment in Hell. With my mother’s guidance, I asked the Lord to forgive me for my sins and take me to Heaven when I die. Later, at the age of 15, I was baptized.

In 1982, my parents returned to Spain as missionaries. I helped them there until the fall of 1988 when I went to Hyles-Anderson College. While working in their Spanish ministry, I met Brian. We praise God for bringing us together and allowing us to work together as missionaries in Tucuman, Argentina.

By Faith, Let’s Go Forward
Your missionaries in Argentina since 1996!
Fundamental, Soul-winning, Separated, KJV, Local Church, Church Planting on the Field

Marion Avenue Baptist Church
215 S Marion Ave
Washington, IA 52353


Mailing Address
P.O. Box 326
Washington, IA 52353
Field Address
Avda Francisco de Aguirre 2050
4000 San Miguel de Tucuman
Prov. of Tucuman, Argentina
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You can financially support our family and ministry by giving here online, or you can mail checks to FBMI, 507 State Street, Hammond, IN 46320, and designate your giving to Missionary #4.


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Brian and Liesl George Prayer Letter: Emergency Furlough

Brian and Liesl George Prayer Letter: Emergency FurloughMy dad, Russell George, had been having some health issues and was diagnosed with bladder cancer. On the 25th of June, my dad had a fall and was admitted to the hospital. After a series of tests, they found out that Dad did not have any broken bones, but it was discovered that he also has cancer in his ribs and lungs. His cancer is in Stage 4 and spreading rapidly. My dad had been complaining of feeling weak; now my dad can only walk with assistance and has to depend on someone to help him get around the house.

He was a pioneer missionary in Argentina, starting independent Baptist churches, for 36 years. My dad has led many to Christ and has a lot of friends in Argentina! He currently lives in Silva, Missouri, at Missionary Acres, a retirement community for missionaries!

After receiving these reports, I prayed and asked God what I should do, and God gave me peace to leave on an urgent trip to the U.S. to be with my dad for a month. The borders of Argentina were closed when I was scheduled to leave, and my flight was canceled. The Argentine government closed the borders because Coronavirus cases were spiking in the country. I was given an option to leave Argentina sometime during the middle of August. I was able to find a flight to Spain on Iberia; it was full, but by God’s grace, they had a seat available! This flight was super expensive, but I went ahead and purchased the ticket. I flew to Spain on the 30th of June, and the next day, I flew to Chicago. Praise the Lord!

I will be in the U.S. until the 30th of July. I’m spending a lot of time with my dad. My dad is my hero and an example to follow! Most of the flights going into and out of Argentina have been canceled by the Argentine government to prevent the virus from getting into Argentina! Please pray that my return flight will not be canceled

Our church was closed down by the police for two weeks because of a mandate from the government! We have opened back up now but only at 30% capacity! We continue to go forward, with many first-time visitors and new families coming to church!

Praise the Lord! We have been able to print 650,000 Gospel tracts so far of the “One Million Per Year” goal, and we are working on passing them out. Many pastors here have requested a box of tracts. I’m a little behind on getting the boxes distributed. The people here readily take the tracts and read them. Each full-color Gospel tract costs US$.013. Thank you for giving towards this need!

May God bless you richly!

Here to serve,

Brian R. George

July 20th, 2021|Tags: , |






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