Category Archives: hispanic ministry

Stories of Faith from our Hispanic Community

Much of Jesus’s ministry was bringing healing to those that needed it, feeding the hungry, setting those captives to Satan free and bringing the good news of the kingdom of God to everyone. He often was moved with compassion when he looked at their condition, desperate and in need of a shepherd to care and […]

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Hispanics in the US and the Implications for Christian Churches

As a bi-literate Hispanic (a 1.5 Hispanic) living in two worlds, both the Hispanic and the American, I find if fascinating what is happening in the United States in regards to demographics. Recent demographics reveal some important facts in the Hispanic culture. These have implications when it comes how we approach and minister to them […]

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Book review: Walk with the People: Latino Ministry in the United States

 Walk with the People: Latino Ministry in the United States Review The book has some good information for those who are interested in working with Hispanics in the United States. It is not a how to book, but more of an understanding of the Hispanics distinctives that makes it difficult to to do ministry. Much […]

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