By Mariellyn Dunlap Grace
“Are you sure this is the place?” Pastor Hector Aguirre’s wife Berta asked in disbelief.
With no water or electricity, the location of Templo Aleluya, Piedras Negras’ newest Methodist congregation, was not exactly ideal. How would they even get people to come? As Pastor Hector began visiting his church’s new neighbors, a pattern emerged. Living in tiny shacks beside the railroad tracks, these people were hungry. So Pastor Hector and his family prayed for enough food to satisfy the hunger of everyone who came to church.