Finding station directors willing to air our programs is a difficult task in Mexico. But the Lord has brought along a number of believers in different regions of the country that are sponsoring the programs in local radio stations. With the violence that prevails all over Mexico, it is encouraging to know that people are...Read More
The Lord is blessing the different ministries under our responsibility. A radio listener from Costa Rica contacted us requesting evangelistic material. He says that his desire is to share Christ and to disciple some believers that recently came to the Lord in the church that he attends. The Lord allowed us to send a box...Read More
Dominican Republic, like other countries in Latin America is also dealing with various social issues. A serious problem right now is a high rate of domestic violence. Around 600 women have been killed in 2013 by either their husbands, or former partners. Studies show that every 36 hours one woman between 13 and 45 years...Read More
The annual festival “Fiesta de la Tirana”, in northern Chile, has become the most celebrated festival of this country. Each year in June, dancers and musicians reenact the “Diablada”, the “Dance of the Devils”; a dance for exorcising demons. The festival is an example of the syncretism between local indigenous religions and Catholicism, as it...Read More
Along with the Director of Spanish World Ministries, we recently visited several radio listeners in three eastern provinces of Cuba. We first went to Holguin, a town that has been blessed with several Christian churches, but where there is still a need to reach many with the Gospel. In this city our programs play a...Read More
A lady contacted me and shared her story: “I live with my daughter and my son in law. A few weeks ago she lost her job and her employers denied paying her pension. My son in law is also looking for a job, but unfortunately the unemployment rate is very high in this city. My...Read More
The social discontent is visible at the different levels of society in Bolivia. For several months, mine workers have been on strike due to the government’s denial of a pension increase. Teachers, factory workers, and even the police department have made demands to the government resulting in several riots. Tensions have spread to several cities...Read More
Since colonial times, Catholic traditions have found fertile ground all over Latin America. Argentina is not the exception, and today around 90% of its population holds on to those traditions. Catholic practices in this country, especially in the remote areas, have incorporated native traditions resulting in great deal of syncretism. Religious festivals in the north-western...Read More
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