Today we join with Revive Our Hearts in celebrating an important milestone, the fifth anniversary of their Spanish ministry, Aviva Nuestros Corazones. Since this ministry started on May 1, 2013, God has used it to do some incredible things, far beyond our power, understanding, and expectations.
Through your radio partnership, you have been a part of this developing outreach and so as we celebrate this milestone, we wanted to share just a few of the exciting ways that God is currently working through ANC . . .
- Each Monday through May 14 on the blog Mujer Verdadera, women are participating in an Adorned “book club,” which includes video discussions about the chapters for each week and opportunities to interact.
- At the end of March, ANC led a women’s conference in Cordoba, Argentina. The 450 women who attended came from different provinces of Argentina, as well as Cuba, Bolivia, Venezuela, Chile, and Peru, among others. The churches represented expressed that this event helped to revive them in ways they never imagined.
- Recently a local donor in the Dominican Republic provided a small studio exclusively for use of ANC. It’s on the same premises of Radio Eternidad (where ANC has been since the beginning), but now they have the ability to record any time.
Please continue to pray for guidance as ANC plans the next Mujer Verdadera Conference in 2020 and for the Lord to bring additional members to their team. We’re so grateful for God’s faithfulness and guidance through this ministry as they reach Hispanic women around the world, impacting not only their lives but also their families and churches with the truth of God’s Word.
And, we look forward with much anticipation to True Woman ’18 this September in Indianapolis, which marks 10 years of these conferences and the beginning of the Spanish ministry when more than 100 women attended from the Dominican Republic.
Please be in prayer with us for these events and for the daily broadcast ministry both here at home and abroad. Featured program content for May can be found in the Program Toolkit here.