The ministry in Peru has a two pronged focus.
- Training pastors and church leaders who often lack formal theological education. A seminary has been established for local pastors to provide them with the theological and practical skills necessary to build healthy churches.
- Social projects (digging of wells, a school for children, and a lumber mill) have been established to meet the needs of some of the poorer communities while showing the church’s concern for their physical as well as spiritual needs.
New doors have opened in South America this year as local leadership took responsibility. Courses... Read More
Chris Hanak has recently returned from her Peru trip with a heart full of God’s... Read More
Selah is a word used seventy-four times in the Hebrew Bible—seventy-one times in the Psalms... Read More
Roman Catholic 81.3%, Evangelical 12.5%, Other 3.3%, None 2.9%