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Project Goal:
$9,600
Amount Raised: $9,320
Still Needed: $280
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Latin American churches are encouraged and engaged in the task of world evangelization by making Ethnos360 publications in English translated into Spanish. The Spanish Language Resources Team need funds in order to pay a translator’s salary for the next two years. The translator resides in Colombia, and his faithful work helps to keep the prayer requests and news items before the Latin American evangelical churches.

 

These prayer requests and news items are a vital mobilization tool because they stimulate prayer support and educate the Latin American evangelical church and believers about cross-cultural church planting. They also have the added benefit of promoting unity by keeping our Latin American partners updated on current ministry developments.

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Your gift can potentially impact all of the Spanish-speaking Christians of our hemisphere and Spain. Encouraging feedback has been received from people who read them and assure us of their prayer support. An added benefit is that missionary candidates enrolled in Latin American training centers in Bolivia, Venezuela, Colombia and Mexico first learned of the work through the translated materials.

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To give by check or money order, make it payable to Ethnos360 and include a note if you are designating it for a particular project or missionary. Mail it to: Ethnos360, 312 W. First St., Sanford, FL 32771

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ECFA Accredited

Ethnos360 is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity. Contributions are made with the understanding that Ethnos360 has complete control and administration over the use of the donated funds. All contributions designated for specific projects will be applied to those projects. An administration fee of up to 5 percent may be assessed. In the event that we receive more contributions than can be wisely applied to that project, those funds will be used to meet a similar pressing need.