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Spanish

 

Approximately 470 million people speak Spanish as a native language.  It is the official or national language of 19 countries in the Americas including: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

Our translator, Álvaro Guadarrama, works as a professional translator and preacher of God’s Word in Morelos, Mexico.

Mexico is primarily Catholic Christians.

Translator’s Testimony

When I began translating the CrossConnect Studies, I did not imagine the important effect this would have in my life because I was able to understand many aspects of the Bible with a different perspective. I shared one of the units with some of the pastors in Cuernavaca. This has been a great blessing because in general in Mexico our pastors need good material to share the “Sana Doctrina” with the Christians. There is not much literature for the Bible Schools, and the effort of CrossConnect Ministries will be of a great help not only in the churches, but also in different fellowships that the Church can develop at home.

Partnership with CrossConnect

We are pursuing distribution of the studies to the pastors here in the State of Morelos. There is a great number of churches and an alliance of pastors from different denominations. I am totally sure that these units would be very useful to them and of great blessings for the members of the churches and especially to new Christians.

Prayer Requests

-Distribution of the CrossConnect Series into churches across Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries

-Biblical literacy growth of the Spanish-speaking population

Sources:

“Study of spanish” by Addicted04 – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons –