Latin America

"The Lord allowed me to assist a mother who had just delivered a baby; she was hemorrhaging and eight to nine hours away from the hospital by boat. When I arrived with the plane she was almost unconscious, and when we arrived at the hospital she was weak and dizzy. Her life hung in the balance and we spent much time in prayer for her. She lived, and will be able to raise her baby girl."
--George Goff, Ahuas, Honduras

Chuck & Jean Van Engen

The Protestant church continues to grow—so much so that it has outgrown the number of Bible school and seminary professors needed for proper training in Latin America. As desks fill and eager future Christian leaders enroll in Bible schools and seminaries, there is an urgent need for theological trainers who will shape the next generation of Latin American pastoral leaders.