• HistoriaDeDios

    Exciting New Resource Available

    This week an extremely useful ministry tool was made available to the Spanish speaking church through a partnership between Hispanics for Christ and the Soma Church network. The Story of God is a evangelism/discipleship tool that shares the overview of God's work throughout history to redeem lost … [Read More...]

  • Baja Retreat

    First Baja California Pastor’s Retreat

    With the purpose of building a network of pastors to encourage them and inspire them to plant new churches, the first Pastor’s Retreat was held in Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico over the last weekend in May. A total of 30 people— the Church Planting Ministry of the Gonzalez Family, plus … [Read More...]

  • Discipleship and Theological Teaching Critically Needed

    In a May 15th online article, Pew Research Center wrote this... Varying percentages of U.S. Hispanics also hold other spiritual beliefs, which in some cases may reflect a mix of Christian and indigenous or Afro-Caribbean influences. Roughly four-in-ten U.S. Hispanics (39%), including a similar … [Read More...]

Jul
16
2014

Exciting New Resource Available

HistoriaDeDios

This week an extremely useful ministry tool was made available to the Spanish speaking church through a partnership between Hispanics for Christ and the Soma Church network. The Story of God is a evangelism/discipleship tool that shares the overview of God’s work throughout history to redeem lost humanity. Soma initially assembled the 21 stories in…
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Jun
16
2014

First Baja California Pastor’s Retreat

Baja Retreat

With the purpose of building a network of pastors to encourage them and inspire them to plant new churches, the first Pastor’s Retreat was held in Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico over the last weekend in May. A total of 30 people— the Church Planting Ministry of the Gonzalez Family, plus eleven pastors and their wives—…
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May
23
2014

Discipleship and Theological Teaching Critically Needed

In a May 15th online article, Pew Research Center wrote this… Varying percentages of U.S. Hispanics also hold other spiritual beliefs, which in some cases may reflect a mix of Christian and indigenous or Afro-Caribbean influences. Roughly four-in-ten U.S. Hispanics (39%), including a similar share of Hispanic Catholics, said they believe in the “evil eye,”…
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Apr
25
2014

Missions in the Global Migration

Pastor George (Egypt), Geoff Hartt (HFC) and Pastor Cesar (Lakewood Community Church Hispanic Ministry)

In a recent article on international migration in Anthology magazine, J.D.Payne wrote: We have been told to go and must continue to do so, for the greatest needs for the gospel and church multiplication exist in the non-Western world. However, something is missionally malignant whenever we are willing to make great sacrifices to travel the…
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Mar
05
2014

Ministry in Baja/Mexicali

Gonzalo en casa con grupo en Rosarito.

Paco Damian (Field Coordinator-Mexico) and Geoff Hartt (Director) spent a few days visiting with Pastor Gonzalo Gonzalez in Rosarito, Mexico. Pastor Gonzalo has started one group in Rosarito and two in Tijuana. These are home groups focused on discipling new believers and sharing the Gospel with other family members and neighbors. The intent with these…
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