What if the next generation could live differently? What if they could experience more and take the gospel further? In this video a Yanesha man shares about some of the greatest needs facing his people group in the Amazon jungle of Peru. Interested in serving with ReachGlobal to reach the Yanesha youth? Consider joining Trek 7 Peru this summer.
Oralidad teaches Peruvian leaders to spread a spoken gospel DVDs? Nope. iPads? Hardly. Even in this hyper-digitized world, Abelardo Vasquez Lopez is using a tool as old as communication itself to share the gospel in eastern Peru. Vasquez, 39, is a pastor from the Shipibo tribe, a group of about 40,000 native Peruvians who live [...]
Women Without Borders multiplies impact of ministry leaders Confidence and connections: They spell success in ministry just as much as in business or education. They are two big reasons behind Women Without Borders, a cross-cultural partnership between ReachGlobal and the La Unión de Damas (The United Women’s Ministry) of the Venezuelan Evangelical Free Church. By [...]
What's your perspective on the Latin world? It may depend on how close you are to it. ReachGlobal Latin America/Caribbean has the privilege to work on the street level -- to see the vibrance, beauty and hope as well as the great needs. We have the opportunity to show the love of Jesus to the Latin and [...]
Teens from Hershey Free Church in Pennsylvania bring the gospel to life through a skit during a two-hour evangelism program in a Shipibo village located in the Peruvian Amazon. In August, nine youth from Hershey partnered with 16 Peruvian youth to share the gospel of Christ in nine villages along the Rio Mazaray. Photo credit: [...]
IRM brings gospel, counseling to emergency responders December 29, 2001: The Mesa Redonda shopping district in the center of Lima, Peru, was packed with people. Vendors lined the pathways with every kind of merchandise imaginable. Crowds of shoppers, mostly poor, made navigating the streets a challenge. Then, chaos. It took one firework and just minutes [...]