At the end of December, Ted Lenox, who served at the headquarters of Spanish World Ministries as a radio engineer for almost 38 years, came into his retirement year. The Board of directors approved to invite Pedro Salces to become our Radio Technical Producer. Besides introducing our ministry in churches, and visiting radio stations to...Read More
In Bolivia, just as in every country in Latin America, radio remains the number one true medium. The authorities in this country, aware of this reality, are reinforcing certain regulations that include the loyalty from the owners of the stations to the current government. If these new regulations would be implemented, approximately 500 private stations...Read More
One official event organized by the government at the beginning of this year, took place in Tiahuanacu, a famous region known for the Inca ruins. Among many aspects related with the official purpose of this event, one of the highlights were the rituals and sacrifices performed during the event. Perhaps for the authorities that came...Read More
Recently I traveled to the town of Cobija, the capital of the state of Pando. This place is located in the northeast area of the country, near the border with Brazil. Thus is very expensive to travel to this region, but praise the Lord, a company hired me to give workshops of speech and verbalization...Read More
Recently I had the opportunity to travel to a couple of important cities in Bolivia, El Alto and La Paz, both towns with a population above one million. I assumed that it would be an easy task to visit radio stations to introduce our programs in El Alto. As I walked through the streets of...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
Countries throughout Latin America deal with all sorts of socio-political and economical struggles, and Bolivia is not the exception since it ranks at or near the bottom among Latin American countries in several areas of health and development, including poverty, education, fertility, malnutrition, mortality, and life expectancy. Bolivia’s income disparity is the highest in Latin...Read More
In the midst of severe political tensions we are thankful with the Lord because His protection has been present every day. The government has been implementing new laws that have caused reaction in different sectors of the country. A couple of months ago the miners protested against the insufficient salary increase. They held a demonstration...Read More
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...Read More
I am thankful for what the Lord is doing in Bolivia, even though the social and political situation is very difficult. The radio stations continue broadcasting the programs, and I continue to contact new ones. Although in most cases the response is slow, the Lord is opening up new outlets for the transmissions. In April,...Read More
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