Brian and Liesl George2020-04-07T13:02:05-05:00

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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

(855) 825-4113


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 George Prayer Letter: Blessings in the Lockdown

Brian George Prayer Letter: Blessings in the LockdownWe are completely locked down here in Tucumán, Argentina. Everyone is forced to stay home. I was just able to get official permission from the government to visit our people. Praise the Lord! Church services have been canceled until sometime in May. We are doing our services live via Facebook. I’m seriously concerned about our people here. Many work on the streets and live from day to day. They are forced to stay home with no income—meaning no food! Pray for them! I know of dear families that do not have food. My heart goes out to them. We will give all we can of what we have to help them. We are planning to ask our people for donations of food for the needy. Please pray with me concerning this need. We all have needs. My desire is to give and leave the rest to God (Proverbs 28:27)!

I just looked at an abandoned church building outside the city here. This building has an auditorium that will seat 150, along with a small, one-bedroom house. It’s for sale for US$10,000. We hope to start a church here in the near future. Please pray.

Praise the Lord! My son Benjamin just got engaged to Berenice Contreras, a young lady from our church. He is currently raising support so they can join our team of church planters here in Argentina! Could you pray and consider them for support? Our prayer is that you will partner with Benjamin and Berenice to reach Argentina for Christ! I’m super excited for him. Praise the Lord!

My father-in-law, Clayton Livengood, has been on the mission field for 38 years. He is still working in the ministry in Spain and just found out that his wife Paola has cancer in her jaw. Could you pray for them? They have some medical needs, and we are earnestly praying for them!

We just started a WhatsApp group called “Classical Sermons in Spanish.” These are powerful sermons preached in the past that have stirred up the fires of revival in the Spanish world. So far, we have 118 pastors and individuals signed up as part of the group requesting the sermons. We are sending one sermon a day to the members—sermons from Dr. Ezequiel Salazar, Dr. Elmer Fernández, Dr. Danny Ortiz, and others. It has been a great success, and we have received a lot of positive feedback from the members. Praise the Lord!

I just visited many families and passed out bags of groceries. I was able to win a lady named Maria to Christ. Praise the Lord!

Here to serve,

Brian R. George and Family

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