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.
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.
Many greetings to you! Thank you for your prayers and support.
We were present for the Missions Conference, “He Is Worthy,” at Marion Avenue Baptist Church in Washington, Iowa, August 25-28, with Pastor Adam Thompson and Pastor Matt Miller! Pastor Joe Brown is leading the church to give to missions and reach this world for Christ! This is a giving church that loves missionaries. This is my home church. On Friday, they took us to a dairy farm and on a hayride. For lunch, Pastor Brown took us to an Amish home to eat a home-cooked meal; we also went for a buggy ride! On Saturday, the church had an International Dinner with food from Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. The European group won the competition with a paella from Spain. My daughter Rose dressed up for the occasion with an outfit from Spain. Praise the Lord for Marion Avenue Baptist Church. Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ is worthy!
We were able to take some days off for our 30th wedding anniversary! We drove six hours and spent seven days in Branson, Missouri. We stayed in a log cabin. We visited the Butterfly Palace, the Freedom Encounter, Sight & Sound, and Faith Baptist Church in Stockton, Missouri. We also did some shopping and ate out once a day at a restaurant! We had a great time together!
Our son Samuel was married on the 1st of October! It was a fun to spend time with family and to see Samuel marry Hannah Porter. We are super excited for them. Samuel will work a job in the area and keep serving the Lord in the Bus Ministry of Marion Avenue Baptist Church.
While we are in the USA, we are visiting some supporting churches, getting doctor’s checkups, getting dental work done, getting our eyes checked and glasses purchased, getting registered to vote, renewing our driver’s license, renewing our passports, getting a new prayer card done, visiting relatives, going soul winning, shopping for clothing, and purchasing supplies and equipment needed back in Argentina. Every day is super busy with a lot of exciting things to do.
We just ordered 100,000 full-color Gospel tracts to be passed out in Argentina. I’m in contact with a print shop in Salta, Argentina, that will print and mail out the tracts to pastors who are ready to pass them out. We continue to print Evangelist Caleb Garraway’s tracts. Each Gospel tract costs $0.03. Please pray for this ministry. We plan to print many more as the funds become available.
Our home base while we are in the States is 614 North Iowa Avenue, Washington, IA 52353. My cell phone number is 319.331.4934. We will be at this address until March of 2023.
During the first week of December, I will fly back to Argentina for our National Pastors’ Conference! I will go by myself. This year we will have Dr. Ezequiel Salazar, Dr. John Wilkerson, and Pastor Bob Walker as our special conference speakers. Our goal is to have 50 pastors from Argentina attend the training sessions. We are praying for revival!! Our goal and prayer is to start many more new churches and reach Argentina for Christ!
May God bless you richly!
Here to serve,
Brian R. George and Family
We celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary at Branson, Missouri.
Our son Samuel married Hannah Porter on October 1.
This was the theme for this year’s Missions Conference at Marion Avenue Baptist Church of Washington, Iowa, our home/sending church.