Faith & Action – a vital tool for the Santiago Children’s Outreach Center

May 16, 2014

Faith & Action – a vital tool for the Santiago Children’s Outreach Center

By Jim Mazurek Back in 1995, my wife Ester founded a children’s outreach clown ministry in Chile, known in Spanish as El Mundo del Amigo Invisible.  Since then, the ministry has grown in many ways, developing music, television, hot lunches, remedial education, rescue from trafficking, and foster care programs. Today we operate mainly in the […]

Assemblies of God Hispanic Fellowship – Expanding Horizons for Ministerial Training

April 19, 2014

Assemblies of God Hispanic Fellowship – Expanding Horizons for Ministerial Training

by Rod Boyd Last month the two Assemblies of God international organizations of Spanish-speaking countries – CELAD (northern 14 countries) and CADSA (southern 6 countries) – merged into the newly formed Assemblies of God Hispanic Fellowship.  Actually, the decision to unify CELAD and CADSA was made by the two organizations last fall in their separate […]

Teaching 20th Century Students in the 21st Century

March 26, 2014

Teaching 20th Century Students in the 21st Century

by Jason & Roberta Roberts Technology has advanced so quickly in the last few decades that is overwhelming at times. Trying to keep computers running with the most current upgrades and keeping programs up-to-date as well seems like an endless battle; yet doing many daily activities like reading the Bible and other books, checking e-mail, […]

The Need to Read

February 27, 2014

The Need to Read

by Bill Shrader In March of 2012, author David Toscana wrote an Op-Ed piece for the New York Times, entitled “The Country that Stopped Reading.” It is an insightful indictment against the state of education in Mexico and a plea to read books. Toscana states, “The proportion of the Mexican population that is literate is […]

Introducing the verbal gifts of the Holy Spirit to the 21st Century

January 16, 2014

Introducing the verbal gifts of the Holy Spirit to the 21st Century

By Steven H Puffpaff Introduction The story of King Jehoshaphat going to battle with the Moabites, Ammonites, and Meunites is intriguing (2 Chron. 20:1-29). Jehoshaphat faces a huge army, which came to remove the nation of Israel from its land. The invaders expected to settle in the land. They brought their families, flocks, and possessions (Tenney […]

A Cause for Satisfaction

December 16, 2013

A Cause for Satisfaction

A Cause for Satisfaction by David Godzwa, Missionary to Mexico and ACLAME Chairperson I couldn’t help but smile as over 350 educators, missionaries and Mexicans alike, descended on Cancun for the “Cumbre Educativa 2013: Formación Ministerial Transgeneracional (Educational Summit 2013: Transgenerational Ministry Formation).” It took a coordinated international effort that spanned a sixteen month period […]

ACLAME: “The Strategic Importance of Sound Doctrine”

November 15, 2013

ACLAME: “The Strategic Importance of Sound Doctrine”

By Richard Nicholson, Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean 2 Corinthians 10:4-6 (NIV): 4 The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. 5 We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and […]

The awareness, prevention and possible intervention of Child Sexual Abuse

October 21, 2013

The awareness, prevention and possible intervention of Child Sexual Abuse

Gilbert and Virginia Contreras are AGWM missionaries to Argentina.  Their vision is to reach, equip, train and empower tomorrow´s church leaders to obey the Great Commission.  They equip the future generation of Argentine pastors and thus mobilize the national church to take seriously the command of Jesus of making disciples of all nations. Virginia is […]

If I can do it anybody can!!

September 25, 2013

If I can do it anybody can!!

I told Roberto I had seen such a growth in him in the past four years. He was not the best student, obviously not much of a reader or scholar. But over time his grades improved. His self confidence grew. He learned how to organize. He said “ I have learned how to learn.”

ACLAME and the Challenge of Majority World Missions

August 19, 2013

ACLAME and the Challenge of Majority World Missions

  ACLAME and the Challenge of Majority World Missions[1] by DeLonn Rance In 1968 David Kensinger, missionary to Costa Rica, challenged his North American colleagues arguing that to fully plant a New Testament church following the indigenous principles, the ultimate objective had to be to plant a national church which was a missionary sending church. […]