Baptizing Individuals. Building Ecclesias. Preaching the Gospel.

Spreading the Gospel in the Caribbean and Central & South America since 1969

Haiti
Languages: French, Creole
Ecclesias: 45 members
Contact: Jeff Gelineau
Jamaica
Languages: English
Ecclesias: Approx. 102 members – Broughton, Harvey River, Kingston, May Pen, Port Maria, Round Hill, Spanish Town
Contact: Nathan & Antonia Giordano
Guyana
Languages: English
Ecclesias: 115 members – Georgetown, Kilcoy, Mocha, New Amsterdam, Plegt Anker
Contact: Mark & Liz Carr, Rafeek & Rose Soolaman
March 16, 2024
Haiti Update
By Bro. Bill Hlina
In recent weeks we have had an overwhelming number of requests regarding the welfare of the brothers and sisters in Haiti. The truth came to Haiti only about 15 years ago, primarily due to the work of brother Esmath Sainval. He was formerly trained as a pastor who having disagreements with the doctrines of his church, began a Saturday Bible class in his home, resulting in the conversion of a small group who were baptized into Christ. An ecclesia was formed late in 2009. continue reading
March 11, 2024
El Salvador Bible School
By Bro. Jim & Sis. Jean Hunter
Once again God blessed us with the privilege of attending the school over the New Year's weekend. Visitors from other countries began arriving several days early and were entertained and taken on outings by their Salvadoran hosts. One busload went to the town of Usulután to share the day with the little ecclesia there. They were treated to a delicious lunch followed by a Bible talk. Other days they spent getting to know each other, visiting local parks and lakes and sharing meals. continue reading
March 11, 2024
Guyana Sunday School and Youth Group Initiative
By Bre. Mark Carr & Rafeek Soolaman
The Truth in Guyana South America has a long rich history, reaching back as far the earliest days of the birth of our community in the late 1800’s. There has been a continual ecclesial presence in Guyana since that time. Today, there are 5 active ecclesias 3 are located in the capital of Georgetown, and 2 are approximately 2 hours outside of Georgetown in the region of Berbice. One of those ecclesias in Berbice is the Kilcoy Ecclesia, and some very exciting growth has been seen lately in this tiny lampstand. continue reading