Area Manager Travels to Mexico and Central America

PathwayConnect growth is sustained and promoted during visits in Mexico and Guatemala
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REXBURG, Idaho -- Pathway area manager, Nathanael Adams, visited Mexico and Central America to open PathwayConnect in four new locations this month  Durango, Mexico; and Puerto Vallarta, Patzicia, and Retalhuleu Guatemala. Adams, accompanied with Pathway’s communication and curriculum director, Brian Pope, administered more than 200 English assessment tests. Potential students gathered at three different church locations, where the tests were held, for a chance to qualify for enrollment in PathwayConnect.

“Every time I travel, I see that the hand of the Lord is very involved,” said Adams. “Without it, it would be impossible for Pathway to grow so rapidly. Sometimes, in the midst of running to and from appointments, it is necessary to take a step back and say thank you.”

Over the 12-day trip, Adams conducted a formal introduction of the program at all four of the new locations for 660 total attendees and joined 13 coordination meetings with local and area priesthood leaders.

Local priesthood leaders gather with Nathanael Adams after a Pathway fireside.

Local priesthood leaders gather with Nathanael Adams after a Pathway fireside.

 

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