For the Heart of a Child

Have you ever seen an octopus that talks and wears a ball cap? I know you’re saying, “You’ve got to be kidding, right?” Well, I’m not and I have seen a talking octopus in a ball cap, that is. And his name is Pedrito. Imagine seeing the giggly, smiling faces of hundreds of Venezuelan school children as they meet and sing along with Pedrito el Pulpo.

 

The Lord has been doing great things through the ministry of Trans World Radio (TWR) in Venezuela and Pedrito el Pulpo, our Spanish children’s broadcast produced by the TWR-Venezuela team. In early November, through torrential rains and flooding, the TWR-Venezuela team and Pedrito el Pulpo puppets visited two schools in Ciudad Ojeda, Zulia State in western Venezuela. In spite of the severe weather, parents and teachers brought children to the rallies.  Out of 224 children and 37 adults in attendance, 189 prayed to receive Christ!

 

At the rallies, the children are given a school kit or a smaller gift bag that contains a bracelet with the colors of the Wordless Book, a tract explaining the bracelet and the plan of salvation, as well as a piece of candy.

 

That’s like the heart of a child, isn’t it? To be enthralled with a talking octopus wearing a ball cap who tells them about the greatest gift of all—Jesus Christ!

Pedrito el Pulpo Rally

Pedrito el Pulpo Rally

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