That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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Rogelio served for years as the pastor of a Baptist church in one of the most dangerous areas of Lima, La Victoria. He is now serving in the church there, while also carrying out a prison ministry.... Keep Reading

Jose Luis is the co-pastor of “Jesus es la Puerta” (Jesus is the Door) Baptist Church in Mallaritos, just outside of Sullana. He also helps teach and lead different sections of the theological education by extension in several different locations.... Keep Reading

Since 2013, HeartCry has been associated with David Barnes in the training of indigenous pastors through the Centros Teológicos Bautistas de Perú (Baptist Theological Centers of Peru), of which he is the director. In order to continue improving his efforts in the training of Peruvian pastors, David has begun a PhD program through a seminary in Guatemala, and HeartCry has agreed to partner with him financially to help with these studies. He continues to direct and teach the Bible Academy, while also carrying out mobile bible academies throughout the jungles of Peru.... Keep Reading

Lima Preaching Seminar with Charles Simeon Trust

Posted July 2, 2016  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Today begins the second day of an expository preaching seminar in Lima with around 65 pastors and church leaders in collaboration with Charles Simeon Trust (CST). Based on the conviction that the growth of the church depends on the proper exposition and proclamation of God's Word carried out in the power of the Holy Spirit, CST seeks to train men through two or three day seminars covering the basic aspects of expository preaching.... Keep Reading

Ruben is a 60 year old man that arrived at our church through a visitor that was attending our services for a couple months. When we met Ruben, he was a poor drug addict and alcoholic. Having lost his wife, he abandoned himself as well, losing his job, his house, and his relationship with his son. Eventually he looked for help in different churches and individuals, but it was all in vain. But (this is the dramatic, powerful, glorious and happy “but” in the story of all the elect!), according to the account he gave to us, he was converted when a member of the church came over to him before the start of one of our services and shared with him the gospel... Keep Reading

After spending the past years pastoring a church in his hometown of Sapillica in the northern Andes Mountains of Perú, Carlos has recently moved with his family to the port city of Paita. There he is beginning a new church plant in a recently established community on the outskirts of the city.... Keep Reading

I want to give you good news with regard to our evangelistic efforts as a church. We have begun preaching at the center for drug addicts, which is perhaps the largest rehabilitation center in the country. As I mentioned in the previous report, we were invited to preach in this institution in a very unique way, and in May we began with our first visit. The experience was very encouraging, though it was also very challenging.... Keep Reading

Urbano is serving as a missionary within the association of churches in the region of Pacaipampa, Peru. He travels and teaches in the churches of the association and also helps in the development of new church plants.... Keep Reading

By the grace that has been given me, I’m continuing with the work of the Great Commission: preaching the gospel and discipling new brothers and sisters in the faith, and not only me, but also others in the church as well. During this month God has led us to encourage and strengthen with the Scriptures a family in our church that is going through a very difficult time. Their youngest son is in grave condition with a heart problem and they are in Lima right now. As a local church we have helped with this need through prayer and material resources.... Keep Reading

I’m thankful to brother Conrad Mbewe, who through his teaching has motivated me greatly with regard to family devotions and discipline in our own personal lives. As a result, my wife and I are adjusting some of the things that we had begun to take a little lightly. So, we are thankful to the Lord for His providence that arrived in precisely the right moment. This has allowed us to spend more time in our devotionals and in prayer together.... Keep Reading

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