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A massive mudslide buried much of El Cambray community in Guatemala City

In October of last year, a massive mudslide buried much of El Cambray community, nine mile east from Guatemala City. Approximately 234 people died and hundreds remained missing. This disaster took place when heavy rains caused the slide of a towering hill to suddenly break loose and come crashing down[…]

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Earthquake shakes Ecuador’s coast

At 18:58, on Saturday April 16, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck the coastal Ecuador. Six coastal provinces were declared in state of emergency. Over 650 people were killed and 27,732 people injured. The country experienced serious difficulties distributing food and water to those in need. Approximately 26,000 people were relocated[…]

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Dominican Republic has one of the highest rates of suicides in Latin America

Between 2007 and 2014, almost 20,000 people committed suicide. About 51% of these events took place in three of the 31 provinces (Santiago, Distrito National) in this island. Dominican Republic has one of the highest rates of Latin America. Young people between 15 and 24 years old is a group[…]

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Chile represents a huge challenge for our ministry in terms of assisting the local churches

Chile, with a population of 18 million, is a multi-ethnic society that reflects a strong indifference to spiritual matters. According to the 2012 census, almost 67% of its population claimed to be Roman Catholic. Other13% are considered atheists or agnostics, and approximately 16% of the population claims to be Evangelical.[…]


Moving forward with Radio & Media


Being His disciple to bear His fruit is no one’s meritorious accomplishment

As we approach the end of this year, we are thankful to the Lord for expanding the opportunities for Spanish World Ministries to reach more people with the powerful message of the Gospel. We are mindful of the words of our Lord Jesus to his disciples on the night before[…]


2nd Mile Adventure and El Camino de la Vida in Honduras joins in “Ride for a missionary cause”

Together with 2nd Mile Adventures, Team El Camino de La Vida just completed a 3-day mountain bike race through Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. The rugged mountains and countless pueblos reminded us of the importance of radio ministry as so many people live in these difficult to reach places. Our[…]

Roberto y daniel en paraguay

Missions is a work made as a team!

For reasons that he explained to Timothy, Paul urged his young assistant to make his way to him in Rome. Visits from those whom we love and with whom we share the ministry are important. Even in this modern age of practically instant electronic communication through e-mails, skype, and calls[…]

Sharin (girl with white blouse) with her Sunday school students at the church

“We have heard for ourselves and know that this One is indeed the Savior of the world” John 4:42

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[…]