That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

Latin America Blog

Something strange has been happening here in San Rafael and La Libertad. Many people including young people, adults, and senior adults, are getting sick and dying. In many of these cases we are visiting these people and sharing the gospel with them.... Keep Reading

Thankfully, our church is doing well and we have returned to our normal hours, which were interrupted because of the rains. This month, God worked in the life of a new sister named Carmen. She began trusting in Christ while she was in a state of very poor health. After receiving Christ she decided to obey an important command of our God and she formalized her marriage. ... Keep Reading

In the middle of April the rains began to come to an end in our region. These rains left many people without homes, food, clothing, etc. Because of this, our church began to collect clothes, water, food, and other supplies and we took it to those who were in need. We visited four different refugee camps. As Ephesians 2:10 tells us, we were saved to walk in good works.... Keep Reading

I have recently launched a new challenge at church which consists of reading the Bible together, one chapter per day. The challenge is to find Christ in the reading, connecting every chapter to the person of Christ. This challenge has led to some pleasing results since the brothers and sisters are learning together and are very thankful to share this time of reading each week. ... Keep Reading

Wehrner is the pastor of the church "Iglesia Cristiana de Gracia" (Grace Christian Church) in Cuzco, Peru. He moved from Chiclayo, Peru with his family and began this new work in February of 2013.... Keep Reading

Ivan graduated from a Bible academy in the Dominican Republic and is now serving as the pastor of the church Jesus is the Only Hope in Sullana, Peru. In this report he shares about a trip into the jungle to visit with believers there. He also shares about the continued challenges facing northern Peru because of the ongoing rains.... Keep Reading

This month, as many of you know, the El Niño weather phenomenon began. It was disastrous for the whole coast of our country and, our state of Piura was the hardest hit. In spite of this we continue to trust the Lord. We have been impacted in an indirect way by all that has happened.... Keep Reading

After studying in a seminary in Sullana, Peru, Wilmer moved with his family to Pampa Flores, where he is now serving as pastor. In this report he shares some of the ways the northern part of Peru is being affected by the rains, including the challenges he and his family continue to face. Pray for Wilmer and his family, that the Lord would protect them through this difficult season, and that the grace of Christ would be evident in and through them as they continue to cast their hope on Him.... 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 this recent report, David shares about the ways that CTB continues to expand as the Lord is opening new opportunities in Peru. Please pray that the ministry of CTB Seminary would both aid pastors to grow in the depth of biblical knowledge, as well as promote awe and worship in their hearts as they behold more of the glory of God.... Keep Reading

We are thankful for the way the Lord is growing the church in Chipillico. As a church we have been learning how to understand the Bible. One of our goals is for everyone to read the Bible from beginning to end. Most of the church members have now made it through Exodus. I rejoice when I see the brothers and sisters sharing with one another after our services about the things that have been a blessing to them in their reading.... Keep Reading

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