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
Supplying our programs to 140 stations in this country, plus others in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama, is not an easy task. For the last few years God has also opened up opportunities to reach people not only through radio, but through the establishment of congregations in places where there is a lack of churches...Read More
In Venezuela in 1999 many expected that social justice and progress would become a reality after previous governments full of corruption and deception. While many sectors wanted to keep the freedom offered by an open market, the government began an aggressive agenda that included the nationalization of important sectors of the economy and social programs...Read More
Washington is a believer that attends Eduardo’s church and travels throughout Uruguay promoting his business. When he invited Eduardo to accompany him on a trip to four different provinces, Eduardo knew that this would benefit the ministry, and being careful with his travel expense fund, he accepted. Just before arriving at their first stop, they...Read More
As a ministry we rejoice every time we hear that our missionaries increase the number of stations. In most cases we imagine stations located in towns, with easy access either by car of public transportation. But how can we reach the people in “Caserio More”, in the state of Pacaipampa, with the gospel? It takes...Read More
“Luque” is one of the suburbs in the area of Asunción, capital of Paraguay, and the people of Luque are very proud of their soccer team, the “Sportivo Luqueño”. The fans, the “Changoligans” are well known for their fierceness and violence. Their enormous fanaticism and unmatched loyalty creates an atmosphere of violence and fear before,...Read More
Finding it very difficult to have our programs in radio stations in Mexico, David has been working on an application to make our programs available in smart phones and other devices. We would appreciate your prayers for other projects that will be included in the development of this application. Making use of this technology will...Read More
Aland contacted a pastor that has an extensive ministry in a prison in Torreon. Our programs are an important tool in this ministry since they are distributed on CD’s among the inmates. This pastor explained that the violence and the corruption inside jail are making the visits to the jail completely insecurel. After visiting some...Read More
God is blessing our constant efforts to increase the proclamation of the Gospel in Honduras. In the first part of this year more than ten radio stations have been visited for the first time, and eight of them accepted to air our programs. In addition, Melvin seeks to make our programs available to local churches...Read More
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