Blogs, Stories and testimonies from the Caribbean Region
The church in the Caribbean is generally growing and maturing. Last year, we attended a mission conference in Trinidad, organized by a local church, that would rival any other in the world. Around 150 delegates came from all over the Caribbean and South America, including places like Cuba and Venezuela. We were some of the few attendees allowed to share about our ministry. This has led to many invitations in various nations.
Directly after the Trinidad conference we traveled to Cuba where we met with the pastor of 80 house churches. He was intrigued by Live School and asked us to start Live School in 30 house churches in Havana. He also invited us to start 20 schools in Guantanamo Bay. God willing, in April of this year we will travel there to train the facilitators and deliver the units.
In Guyana a pastor’s wife has been equipped to train facilitators. She has previously started 13 Live Schools, but now she can start them without one of us having to travel there. Also in Guyana, a pastor, who hosts an annual mission conference with around 300 attendees, asked us to start 20 Live Schools in his church. We are still negotiating this. Last year we were also invited to start Live School in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The facilitator training has been completed.
It is exciting to see the doors God is opening, especially in Cuba. This nation has great potential to be a mission force.
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