The Cuban Consortium

The Cuban Consortium

The Cuban church is resilient with great perseverance and it has not only survived, but it is growing as a movement despite being in a restricted access country. The current president and denominational leadership team are creative and have led the denomination into an exciting way of doing ministry. LPN has been an excellent best [...]

In Defense of the Short Term Missions Trip (Part 2) :: Pick Up Your Paintbrushes Again

In Defense of the Short Term Missions Trip (Part 2) :: Pick Up Your Paintbrushes Again

In the last post, we talked about the bad wrap short term mission trips have gotten in the past few years, and ways that they can be done well. Today, I need you to follow me down to South America, to the eastern-most tip to Brazil, overlooking the Atlantic ocean.  Painting, English classes, and VBS's [...]

Educating Pastors is Vital to Church Health :: Prometa

Educating Pastors is Vital to Church Health :: Prometa

https://vimeo.com/257302807 The heart, mission, and even tagline of ReachGlobal is "Develop, Empower, Release".  We, in whatever ministry we are involved in, have this as our goal in all things.  To develop leaders, to empower them in multiplying and empower them to go forth and disciple, and then to release them.  We want to be disciple [...]

Serving in Rio Azul

Serving in Rio Azul

"At the end of 2013, my husband and I were invited to serve as leaders in a Costa Rican church restart in a nearby slum, Rio Azul. We had prayed for years that God would open doors so that we could participate on just such a team and were blown away by God’s goodness to provide [...]

Word of God, word of mouth

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 [...]