The harvest is waiting.
Latin America Caribbean (LAC) is a diverse region of 32 countries, 7 main language groups, and 640 million people. Of these, 550 million people have not received an adequate witness to the gospel, and more than 20 million people have never heard the name of Jesus. Syncretism, animism, idolatry, and distorted images of Christ are present across every country and culture.
There are over 500 LAC missionaries sharing the Gospel and planting churches throughout the region in the power of the Holy Spirit. LAC is praying for more people to answer the call to go, and to join our teams of missionaries to fulfill the task Jesus has given us. That task includes reaching children; showing compassion to the poor, neglected, and abused; reaching university students; teaching and training national leaders; going to unreached people groups; and starting new churches. Additionally, we are committed to reaching the lost through ministries such as youth ministry, media ministry, construction ministry, and more.
LAC is an open-opportunity window. With urgency, we press forward in prayer, giving, and serving to reach the greatest number of people possible until this window closes. We are committed to a strategy of forming powerful teams where leadership is developed. We must advance the kingdom of God to everyone who still has not received Jesus. We will accomplish this in collaboration with one another, U.S. churches, and the leaders and churches in the countries of LAC.
Luke 10:2 says, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest” (ESV). Today the harvest is indeed plentiful in LAC, and we are praying for a new generation of missionaries willing to go anywhere and pay any price to reach the lost. LAC is committed to bring in the final harvest, refusing to neglect anyone, and to experience a Spirit awakening not only in LAC but around the world.