Latin America Missions Develops Strategies for the Future

( [email protected] ) Oct 26, 2003 10:57 PM EST

Latin America— Latin America Mission developed new missions strategies to help propel the Latin American church into worldwide missions during their annual consultation in October.

"We're sorting through a lot of the discussion, comments, suggestions from the workshop.” He said. “We will be publishing that and sharing it with mission agencies."

According to LAM’s David Befus, the strategies developed will help the ministry prepare for the future.

“In addition to promoting this process with our Latin American partners, we're using this as a way to establish our own planning and actually use it for our next steps, planning our next steps for our own investments, for our own resources, for our own recruiting process."

Befus believes the Latin American church can play a major part in evangelizing the Muslim World.

"That was a major component of the meeting to talk about how can missions from North America help the Latin missions movement as they reach out from Latin America to the rest of the world,” he said.

“We find our self as partners with the Latin church in reaching Latin America and the world."