A Story From Argentina
Meet Enrique Campdepadros. Better known simply as, Khato. He is a top-of-the-line artist and illustrator and chances are you've seen his work. Enrique Campdepadrós was born in Argentina and studied in the Pan-American School of Art of Buenos Aires. He created art for a monthly English publication by “Thompson Publisher” for 18 consecutive years, and was a sketcher for “Dante Quintero,” the 2D animation of “Jaime Diaz,” and developing layouts and backgrounds for several animated series, including The Smurfs, The Flintstones, Wildfire, Chuck Norris, and Galtar. His illustrations have been featured in comic strips, novels and in numerous books for companies such as Disney, Warner Bros, LOGOI, and Marvel among others. His current work includes animation and children’s books in Italy and the USA, the book Collections of Greek Mythology for Australia, and classic children’s story collections for Argentina. Now get to know him a little better and find out why he is one of our amazing Five Dollar National Missionaries.
Flowers from Heaven
When a group of vacation Bible school children in California had an opportunity to provide Christmas gifts for a group of children living in desperate conditions in an Argentine barrio, they didn’t hesitate. With the help of a handful of LOGOI national missionaries who founded the “Flowers from Heaven” mission, those gifts were joyfully distributed at just the right time. The work of our national missionaries via Flowers from Heaven fed and cared for hundreds of children in very difficult conditions. Of course, they were also introduced to a loving Heavenly Father who desperately loves them, knows them by name, and sent His one and only Son to this world to save them. And what better time to hear the Gospel than Christmas!