Reaching Spanish Speakers with the Gospel January 11, 2024


We are so grateful for the many open doors God has given this ministry in recent days. One exciting door is reaching Spanish speaking people through the translation of Enjoying the Journey resources. God has raised up a team of faithful Christians who are working on a number of translation projects. We could not be more thrilled!

Our first completed project is our “Would You Like A New Start? tract. This resource is now available for order in Spanish! Globally, many people are being displaced and many others are seeking to start a new life; however, there is no true life apart from the Lord Jesus (John 14:6, 1 John 5:12). As millions pour into this land, we have an opportunity to reach them with the good news of a new start with Christ. We trust that this gospel tool is just the beginning of what God allows us to do to reach these precious souls.

Additionally, God has greatly blessed the teaching the Enjoying the Journey Broadcast with Scott Pauley. We are working to start a Spanish ETJ Broadcast! This broadcast will be produced exactly like Enjoying the Journey, from series Brother Pauley has already given throughout the years. We expect to begin releasing these by spring of 2024. Would you pray for God’s blessing on this gospel work? There is a great lack in solid Bible teaching for much of the Spanish speaking world, but all people need the Scriptures.

In addition to our gospel tracts, we have begun translating Scott’s books; Revival Praying is nearing completion! We will provide updates as new resources become available.

All this is very exciting, but we understand that our labor will be fruitless without the mind and blessing of God (John 15:1-5). We ask for your continued prayer support in the days ahead. We encourage you to order these Spanish tracts and take them with you; you never know how God is working on the other end!

Withal praying also for us, that God would open unto us a door of utterance, to speak the mystery of Christ, for which I am also in bonds:” – Colossians 4:3

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  1. Timothy Germano on January 12, 2024 at 7:25 AM

    This is such a great idea! My wife and I are missionaries in the Dominican Republic, and we have said for years that we need more solid resources in Spanish. Keep us posted!

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