God is at work. Sometimes His work is hard to see in the Latin American countries that extend from Mexico to Cape Horn in South America. This large region represents one of the poorest areas on earth. Political corruption, the drug trade, and human trafficking are just symptoms of the spiritual and economic poverty of the region. Discover below how God is at work, despite poverty, throughout Latin America.
Thousands of children throughout Latin America receive Bible Adventures every week.
Over10,000 South American leaders receive pastoral training to teach the Bible and grow as church leaders.
Believers are delivering 2000 Bibles to tribesmen in the Amazon rain-forest.
AIDS Prevention through Bible Programs
At risk youth are learning to stop teen pregnancy, AIDS, and STD's through Reach for Life
Bible & Church Engagement
Over 15,000 Christians study the Bible through Community Bible Experience throughout South America.
Argentina has seen thousands of prisoners come to know Jesus through Biblica's Bibles.
Biblica is revising the NVI Portuguese-Brazil Bible and the NVI Spanish Bible.
God is at work in this region. Biblica focuses on sharing the Bible with people looking for hope in a dark world. Children find this hope through Children for Christ and Bible Adventures while pastors are trained to teach the Bible with accuracy and authority. The darkness of poverty and corruption is being replaced with the light of the gospel.
Facts About Latin America
- Some Latin American nations are riddled with corruption.
- Drug cartels are at war with governments.
- Poverty and terrorism have left families and children homeless.
- Many pastors have not been trained to study and teach the Bible.
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