For sixty years, Spanish World Ministries has functioned under the premise that the Lord Jesus Christ commanded his disciples to preach the Gospel, and that this is the activity in which those who believe in Him are to be occupied during the present age. Considering that we have been given stewardship to disseminate the salvation message among the Spanish speaking people of the world, we endeavor to carry out our mission and pursue our objective with constant and persistent determination until He comes. The Lord has opened for us several doors to reach thousands of people with the Gospel every day, through Radio Programs Production, App and Media, Audio Production in Quechua and Guarani, Outreaching in Cuba and National Missionaries.
Immersed in political and economical issues for decades, Cuba and Venezuela have presented several challenges through the years for Christians and for those willing to take the Gospel to cuban and venezuelan people.
By God’s grace, our programs have played an essential role in the salvation of many in this countries.
Three years ago, the translation and production of our programs in Quechua and Guarani became a reality. Over 18 million people speak these two languages in different countries in South America. Since we initiated the production and distribution of the programs in these languages, 145 stations in Guarani, and 130 stations in Quechua have accepted to broadcast our materials.
By providing the Local Church and Radio Stations with evangelistic radio programs for more than 60 years, and now with an App, Website and using Whatsapp and YouTube Channel as well as a Facebook page, the Lord has blessed our ministry by reaching thousands every week, but there’s plenty to do and we need you to partner with us!
Learn more about us:
As of March 1st, we have moved to 2236 Hendricks St. Warsaw, Indiana. Our mailing address remains the same: P.O. Box 542 Winona Lake, IN 46590.
In the early ’70s, brother Toirac and the board of Directors inaugurated the SWM headquarters located at the corner of Pierceton Road and CR250 East in Winona Lake…
Paul knew the challenges of preaching the Gospel in the Greco-Roman world, where the message of the risen savior would be met with a great deal of opposition. Likewise, brother Toirac knew that such a task would not be easy in the Spanish speaking countries either. Traditions die hard, and that attitude remains in a few countries…