Called to Be a Glocal Church

By: Mitzi Villegas Carmona Where does the term “glocal” come from? Glocal comes from the combination of two terms: global and local. Reformed missiologist Charles van Engen speaks in this regard that: “In the twenty-first century, the church of Jesus Christ needs to be self-aware of something that it already is: a glocal church… [A]... Continue Reading →

What is “Glocal”?

By: Scott Armstrong Have you seen what God is up to in our region lately? Despite a worldwide pandemic, our ministry of Global Missions has seen hundreds of students enrolled in online missions training, and this very week we are holding the first-ever online Cross-Cultural Orientation (known as “Explore” in some regions). Perhaps more astounding... Continue Reading →

Global Missions Ministry Celebrates Online Graduation

On October 3, 2020 the ministry of Global Missions celebrated the online graduation of 86 students from Guatemala, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Puerto Rico and Costa Rica who successfully completed the program of studies in the School of Leadership with an emphasis in Cross-Cultural Missions. After having persevered for 6... Continue Reading →

The Four Objectives of a House Church

I consider myself a person who likes to visit others and spend long hours listening to the interesting stories of grandparents, the wittiness of children, and the different complaints from parents. My first mission started in the backyard of my house. I remember that twice a week all the children in the neighborhood gathered to... Continue Reading →

The Four Fields of Church Planting

By: Teresa De cuesta García The planting of churches drives the expansion of the kingdom of God.  When we plant churches, we are a part of the fulfillment of God's mission: the redemption of humanity. Church planting is similar to the cycle of sowing and reaping: the sower looks for an empty field, prepares the... Continue Reading →

Three Advantages of House Churches

By: Diana González I recently had the privilege of participating in a training on Church Planting at Home, what I learned is very appropriate for these times, since I serve as a Nazarene missionary in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala with the Genesis ministry. There are some important advantages that the home model presents, compared to the traditional... Continue Reading →

How to Start Being a Keychain Leader

By: José Esteban Juan The previous article gave an introduction to a topic that represents a very important pillar for churches that want to revitalize the way they minister to young people. Being a keychain leader is not just about enabling others. That is extremely important, but it isn’t everything. The Fuller Youth Institute has... Continue Reading →

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