Abundant Life Crusades
Tony and Marge Abram have been sharing God's Good News for over 64 years!

(Part 1 here)
Volume XXXXVIII No. 7

In part 2 of the Argentinean report, we are sharing mostly on our third crusade in the city of General Alviar with a population of 26,342, while the country of Argentina has a population of 41,769,726 which is the 32nd country compared to the rest of the world. The hall we used was a theater. It was filled with precious people looking for an answer. Praise God we have the answer. The answer is our loving Lord Jesus Christ who is the same yesterday, today and forever. We preached the Word and He did the work.

“For as the rain cometh down, and the snow from heaven, and returneth not thither, but watereth the earth, and maketh it bring forth and bud, that it may give seed to the sower, and bread to the eater: So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.” Isaiah 55:10,11 God confirmed the Word with the greatest miracle as hundreds came to Christ and He stretched forth His hand by healing many that were sick.

General Alviar, Mendoza, Argentina Soul-winning Crusade!

People coming to the Lord with tears of repentance.

Tony Abram preaching!

Marge blessing through her singing.

Marge Abram singing.

Another blessing was meeting people who received from the Lord in our meetings 37 years ago when we first ministered in Argentina. We even met some that now are pastors. Two of them have large churches, one of them pastors one of those ‘super churches’ with a large congregation. It is always wonderful to see fruit of your labor

Rejoicing over their salvation!

Pastors attend teaching sessions!

Antonio Rysko teaching.

Antonio leads in faith chorus.

Anatolio Rysko, our associate evangelist for Latin America, had 10 morning sessions teaching on the book of Revelation. It was for the pastors and workers. We do appreciate our brother as he is so faithful in the Work of God and in behalf of our ministry. One very important item is that the theater was located in the center of town and many young people were attracted to the meetings. Many came to Christ. The praise and worship team were very good and were young people.

The song leader was the daughter of a pastor who came to our crusade 37 years ago as a young 13 year old. The young people expressed much love to Marge and I. They loved Marge’s singing in Spanish. She also shared her testimony and exhorted in each meeting. Argentina is well known for it’s meat eating and asado (barbecue ).

However, our services would last till almost midnight and then the pastors wanted to take us to their homes for barbecue, finishing up as late as 2 in the morning. We did it a couple of times and then said “no more,” that we rather have a piece of fruit and go to sleep. Amen. However, at noon we ate very well.

Tony Abram leading souls to Christ!

Some of the youth that attended the crusade!

Marge and I not only have slept in over 4,000 different beds over the years of our ministry but have eaten all types of food. Mostly good, but some times not so good. Not only was the food good in Argentina but the weather could not have been more beautiful for all three crusades. It was perfect. Thank you for your prayers! The Lord did so many wonderful things in the three crusades that we cannot begin to tell them all.

John 21:25 (KJV) And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written.


Praise God, the greatest miracles were the hundreds of people that came to the Living Christ!

God bless you and yours.

Tony and Marge

These youth leaders wanted a photo with Tony and Marge.

Hands on hearts, praying the sinner’s prayer!


Eating ‘Asado’ with minister friends.

Praise and Worship Team!

Pastors Pablo and Maria.

Tony with Pastor that attended our crusade 37 years ago!

Anointed singing and praise!


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