• The Chocolatada

    Peruvian churches use hot chocolate and a special bread to share the gospel at this time of the year. Read More
  • Leveraging Resources

    Through the prayers and gifts of international partners, local leaders are empowered, effective ministries are multiplied and sustainable systems are put in place to fuel the spread of the gospel in strategic Latin cities. Read More
  • Lord of the Dance

    The church in Bogotá uses the art of dance to both glorify the Lord and bring others to Him! Read More
  • Finding Refuge

    Following centuries of mistreatment, Purépecha children and adults alike find eternal refuge in Mexico City. Read More
  • Red Cities

    43 of the 50 most murderous cities in the world are located in Latin America. How is the church making a difference in those cities? Read More
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  • Chistmas Traditions in Peru +

    by Becky Crouse Ah, Christmas … the time of year when we celebrate with Christmas trees, carols, sugar cookies, hot chocolate and paneton.  If you lived in Peru, your Christmas would not be complete without it.  Paneton is a traditional Christmas bread with dried fruit that is sliced in wedges and served with hot chocolate at parties called chocolatadas. Read More
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