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Nicolas Carter, a traditional Paraguayan harpist, storyteller, and harp instructor. Shared stories about his experience living in the United States and how he use his talents to share his culture. The event will also included: -A harp performance -Children's activities -Conversation -Food

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Celso Duarte, Paraguayan Harp, El Pajaro Campana

"Celso Duarte, Paraguay, performs El Pajaro Campana by Feliz Perez Cardozo, at the Latin American Harp Festival, Arpas de America, September 11-12, 2009 at the Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre, Arlington, VA. Artistic Direction by Berta Rojas.Produced by Teatro de la Luna, Video production by Abby Sternberg,"



  • Paraguay From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • "is a landlocked country in South America. It is bordered by Argentina to the south and southwest, Brazil to the east and northeast, and Bolivia to the northwest. Paraguay lies on both banks of the Paraguay River, which runs through the center of the country from north to south. Due to its central location in South America, it is sometimes referred to as Corazón de América, or the Heart of America.[7]
    The Guaraní have been living in Paraguay since prior to the arrival of Europeans in the 16th century, when Paraguay became part of the Spanish colonial empire. Following independence from Spain in 1811 Paraguay was ruled by a series of dictators who followed isolationist and protectionist policies. This development was truncated by the disastrous Paraguayan War (1864–1870) against Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. Since then Paraguay's relations with these three countries have improved and in 1994 the country joined with them to found Mercosur.
    As of 2009 the population was estimated at 6.3 million. The capital and largest city is Asunción. The official languages are Spanish and Guaraní, both being widely spoken in the country, with around 92% of the general population speaking Spanish and 98% speaking Guaraní. Most of the population are mestizos.
    In 2010, Paraguay experienced the largest economic expansion in Latin America and the second fastest in the world, only after Qatar.[8]..


    Paraguay Missions - Today's Christian Videos

    Paraguay Missions from paraguaymissions on GodTube.

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  • Paraguay 1995 , The Official Website of Arthur Blessitt

  • "When we arrived at the airport, we rented a car for Denise, my wife to drive. She carries the supplies ahead in the car while I carry the cross.

    We drove almost one hundred and fifty miles out into the countryside to begin the cross walk back to the capital city of Asuncion. Suddenly both of us felt we were driving in the wrong direction. We stopped and prayed and felt Jesus tell us to go back and just carry the cross in and around the city of Asuncion. We drove back. We only want to carry the cross when and where God wants us.

    We had several days of carrying the cross in the area of the capital. We had good response and Jesus delivered Denise from a real attack of the army of satan.

    We planned to stay in one hotel but found a better deal at another hotel. We had all our bags so Denise planned to go to the hotel in a taxi and I would to carry the cross. This meant she would arrive at the hotel before me. When I arrived at the hotel Denise was not there. I waited and waited. Some people in the hotel said something about many tourists being kidnapped! I was praying and deeply concerned. Just before I called the police the taxi drove up with Denise in it! The taxi driver had been driving for a long distance and Denise just thought it was a long way around because of traffic. When she realized that they were heading out of the downtown and were near some old buildings. She prayed to God one-word 'Help.' The driver almost immediately stopped, hung his head and said, "I'm sorry." He turned around and drove her to the hotel. “Thank you Jesus, Denise is safe." I wrote in my diary: “Jesus preserved Denise! Oh, thank you Lord God Almighty Maker of Heaven for keeping my love safe and healthy and full of life and love. Oh I love you Jesus. Thank you Lord."

    Pilgrim followers of Jesus,

    Arthur and Denise Blessitt Luke 18:1"

  • Luis Palau Paraguay Festival makes history with visit to Congress and events to inspire the country’s next generations , Monday, April 30, 2012

  • "ASUNCIÓN, PARAGUAY (ANS) -- Joining with hundreds of local churches and thousands of followers of Jesus Christ, world evangelists Luis and Andrew Palau hosted an evangelistic campaign in two Paraguayan cities on April 23-28, 2012. Their efforts reached every sector of society from young people to the National Congress.
    Luis Palau shares the clear Gospel message with thousands in Asunción, Paraguay, during the Luis Palau Paraguay Festival, April 27, 2012 (Luis Palau Association 2012
    – Photographer David Proietti)
    After a series of preliminary events across Asunción and a stand-alone festival in Ciudad del Este with Andrew Palau, the campaign came to a head as Luis Palau and hundreds of local churches came together to hold a two-night, open-air music festival in the heart of the capital city on Friday and Saturday. Latin American artists such as Rescate and Alejandro Lerner performed, well-known soccer players Maxi Biancucchi and Javier Alejandro Villarreal shared how God transformed their lives, and Luis and Andrew Palau both presented clear gospel messages with an opportunity to respond and connect with a counselor for follow-up.
    This youthful vibe and billing was no accident. “73 percent of Paraguay’s population is under 35. Our youth is writing the story of this country,” said Santiago Maldonado, president of Paraguay’s National Association of Evangelical Pastors and member of the festival executive committee. “We need to lift them up. They are the protagonists of this campaign.”
    More than 80,000 people attended the final event on Saturday evening; 70,000 attended on Friday. At the beginning of his Gospel-centered message each night, Luis Palau explained that he hoped what he had to say would particularly inspire youth under 25, who comprised more than half of the audience. While response cards are still being counted, early numbers indicate that well over 12,000 people made a decision for Jesus Christ during the week’s events. The festival was broadcast live on two national TV networks and around the world via the Internet.
    On Thursday, Palau and his team visited the Paraguayan National Congress’ chamber of senators and chamber of deputies at the invitation of Jorge Oviedo Matto, president of the Congress. The visit marked the first time any public figure was allowed to speak while Congress was in session.
    Palau also met with the country’s Vice President Federico Franco, the mayor of Asunción, members of the Supreme Court, and the Ministry of Defense. “Our objective was to elevate the gaze of leaders to their spiritual lives, to moral ethics and values,” said Palau. “I feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to meet and pray with several of the country’s top national leaders.”
    The festival in Ciudad del Este with Andrew Palau led more than 1,770 people in public decisions for Jesus Christ and connected them to a local partnering church. The younger Palau, who also spoke on both nights of the festival in Asunción, said he sees this campaign as only the beginning of the team’s partnership with Paraguay. “I can’t help but think that the best is yet to come and that we’ll have many more opportunities to serve in Paraguay,” he said.
    Palau previously hosted campaigns in Paraguay in 1976, 1980, 1982, and 1994. Several of the church leaders and entertainers who helped plan the festival first accepted Jesus Christ during one of these campaigns, including this festival’s Emcee, national radio personality Oscar Vazquez.
    Luis Palau has brought a message of hope through faith in Jesus Christ to more than 1 billion people through radio, television, the Internet, books and articles, including 30 million people face-to-face in 74 nations. Palau's daily radio broadcasts are heard by tens of millions of listeners on 3,500+ radio outlets in 48 countries. He is the author of more than 40 books and countless articles on issues of faith.
    For further information about the ministry efforts in Paraguay, as well as other evangelistic efforts around the world, visit "



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    Daily Harp Moments-What Makes a Paraguayan Harp

    Paraguayan Harp Documentary Arami Malaise (Nicolas Latorre) , from


    Sunday Worship in Paraguay

    Alabanza El Renuevo - Ministry Videos

    Alabanza El Renuevo from carlosjosue on GodTube.

    "Alabanza El Renuevo en Paraguay
    Worship Service at El Renuevo Church in Paraguay"


    Testimonios 2005 - Today's Christian Videos

    Testimonios 2005 from unidosporcristo on GodTube.


  • Lonely Planet

  • "Paraguay is a country of fascinating contrasts. It’s rustic and sophisticated. It’s extremely poor and obscenely wealthy. It boasts exotic natural reserves and massive man-made dams. It is a place where horses and carts pull up by Mercedes Benz cars, artisans’ workshops abut glitzy shopping centers and Jesuit ruins in rural villages near Encarnación are just a few kilometers from sophisticated colonial towns like Asunción. Steamy subtropical rainforests with metallic butterflies contrast with the dry and wild frontier of Northern Paraguay & the Chaco. Here, many Mennonites have created their haven, living alongside some of the country’s many indigenous groups, while the European influence is particularly strong in the laid-back towns like Filadelfia and the more chaotic capital. ...
    Paraguay Tourism - PARAGUAY, You have to feel it!

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