To assist local churches in the Spanish speaking world, to carry out the ministry of communicating the Gospel of Christ, and to edify those who believe.

To accomplish our mission making the most responsible and effective use of the resources that the Lord provides, by producing and distributing radio broadcasts, financially supporting national missionaries, providing Christian literature, and employing any other means that will bring honor to the Lord Jesus Christ.

Winona Lake – Daniel & Reyna Sandoval

We are thankful with the Lord for the blessing and the responsibility that has He has given us to serve Him through Spanish World Ministries. We praise Him because our radio programs are the heart of this ministry. The missionaries are the arteries that keep the flow of the message reaching the ears, minds, and […]

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Winona Lake – Cornelius and Aída Rivera

Although we have now passed the usual age for retirement, as long as the Lord gives us the physical and mental capacity to have a part in this spiritual ministry, we plan to persevere in it.  We are confident that when the time comes to either restrict or quit our mission responsibilities, the Lord will […]

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Venezuela – Antonio & Julia Zorrilla

Six years ago the radio programs were broadcasted in 33 stations. We praise the Lord because in spite of the challenges that represent the proclamation of the Gospel in Venezuela, through 79 radio stations the message of hope is transmitted all over this country. In spite of some difficult physical issues that have affected their […]

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Uruguay – Eduardo & Noreen Peirano

During the second part of the 2011 Eduardo visited 15 stations and introduced our ministry in five churches. As a result of his efforts the Gospel is broadcasted in 68 radio stations in Uruguay, a country with the highest percentage of atheists. Characterized by a secularist society, stations visited by Eduardo, usually reject the idea […]

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Perú – René & Isabel Hurtado

Since René and his family joined our ministry back in 2004, we have seen a great increase in the number of stations broadcasting our programs in Peru. In 2006 we had 106 stations in our data base. As of the end of 2011 we have 197 radio stations proclaiming the good news of salvation in […]

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Paraguay – Roberto & Dolly Acuña

As in Bolivia and Guatemala, and Uruguay, the government cracked down on unregistered radio stations. Some of those closed affected our programs. In spite of this, in Paraguay, Roberto has worked very hard so as to have an actual increase in the number of stations. He has made several trips to other towns, including one […]

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México – Aland & Mayra Guillén

¡Please pray for Mexico!  Despite the work done by the Guillens in visiting radio stations, attending pastors meetings locally and in other towns, explaining the effectiveness of radio to get the message out to people, giving out many samples of the programs, the attempts to air the broadcasts in some stations has been fruitless.  The […]

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Honduras – Ernesto Zelaya

Ernesto has been playing an important role in our ministry in Honduras. Due the expansion of the radio ministry in this country, Ernesto must invest part of his time in the duplicating programs, printing labels for DVD’s,  and making sure that stations are receiving the programs on time. Thanks to his dedication 139 stations are […]

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Honduras – Melvin & Carol Zelaya

After studying for two years in a seminary in Honduras, this past December Melvin graduated with high honors. He is very dedicated servant and an effective leader in a ministry that is more varied than our direct involvement in other countries. Besides the radio ministry, right now Melvin is overseeing the work in four congregations, […]

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Chile – Andrés Carrasco

Last year over 40 new stations accepted to air our programs. For the last couple of years our missionary Andrés has been heavily involved with the association of communitarian radio stations. Certainly he must spend certain time in meetings and conferences, but for him these times represent an excellent opportunity to introduce our programs to […]

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Cuba – Anibal & Mayelín Peña

We praise the Lord because our missionaries in Cuba were able to travel to the U.S. to share about the presence of our radio ministry in their country. They were invited by a local church in Warsaw to attend a missionary conference. Since they were in the area, the Lord opened the opportunity for them […]

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Colombia – Luis & Ruth Prada

The Lord has opened the doors in a women’s prison in Cúcuta for the transmission of our programs. Luis has been able to establish contact with a guard in this place who is a believer. Recently this lady had the opportunity to share her faith with the Director of the prison who has been dealing […]

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Bolivia – Pedro & Kitty Salces

Since Pedro is only part time with our ministry, after the Christian university closed the radio station where Pedro was a professional radio announcer, Pedro and his family faced a very difficult financial situation.  Since then he has done free lance work for radio and television, and has also developed a broadcasting and public speaking […]

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Welcome to our Site!

As Director of Spanish World Ministries I am thankful to the Lord because during 2011 He opened doors in 125 new stations for the transmission of our programs. This means that through 1590 stations all over Latin America our programs are proclaiming the biblical truths with a clear presentation of the plan of salvation. According to Wikipedia there are about 360 million people in Latin America (Mexico, Central and South America, Dom. Republic and Cuba). My daily burden is to know that people all over the Spanish speaking countries must know that “there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12) »  Read More

Radio Club Digest

The Samaritan woman, after she heard and recognized that Jesus was the Mesiah, ran to tell the people about her personal experience with Him. The reality of her testimony aroused curiosity in others who came, heard, and understood the message. Whenever someone hears and accepts the Gospel, this leads to the desire to share with others the experience of knowing who Jesus truly is. Upon hearing, people have the opportunity to say with the Samaritans: “we have heard for ourselves and know that this One is indeed the Savior”. Our goal, as a ministry, is to make sure »  Read More
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