Bolivia

Casi 120 años después de que los primeros misioneros llegaron a Bolivia para alcanzar los pueblos no-alcanzados de los Andes, la iglesia Boliviana está más y más involucrada en las misiones. Cada vez más Bolivianos responden al llamado de Dios para hacer discípulos. A la misma vez todavía hay muchas comunidades dentro de este país hermoso y diverso donde no se ha escuchado las buenas nuevas de Jesucristo.

Por lo tanto, como equipo trabajamos con la iglesia local tanto en movilización como en hacer discípulos, y en alcanzar los menos alcanzados de Bolivia. Lee nuestras historias para saber más de nuestro trabajo!

Bolivia

Casi 120 años después de que los primeros misioneros llegaron a Bolivia para alcanzar los pueblos no-alcanzados de los Andes, la iglesia Boliviana está más y más involucrada en las misiones. Cada vez más Bolivianos responden al llamado de Dios para hacer discípulos. A la misma vez todavía hay muchas comunidades dentro de este país hermoso y diverso donde no se ha escuchado las buenas nuevas de Jesucristo.

Por lo tanto, como equipo trabajamos con la iglesia local tanto en movilización como en hacer discípulos, y en alcanzar los menos alcanzados de Bolivia. Lee nuestras historias para saber más de nuestro trabajo!

Ven y Sirve

Kayuparu

Kayuparu es una frase aimara que puede ser traducida “a sus pies (de ellos)”, o “a Sus pies (de Él)”. Como representantes del Único que tomó la forma de Siervo y se agachó para lavar pies, llevamos su amor encarnacional al “más pequeño de estos”, que se sientan a los pies de la gente todo el día lustrando zapatos en las calles de La Paz, para que podamos servirles y traerlos a los pies de Jesús como aprendices dispuestos, siervos humildes y adoradores sinceros.

Ministerio Quechua

Los 4 millones de quechua-hablantes que se extienden por Bolivia central conforman uno de los mayores grupos menos alcanzados en América Latina. Aún hay muchas remotas comunidades quechuas en la sierra y selva de Bolivia donde Cristo no es conocido.

Kayuparu

Kayuparu es una frase aimara que puede ser traducida “a sus pies (de ellos)”, o “a Sus pies (de Él)”. Como representantes del Único que tomó la forma de Siervo y se agachó para lavar pies, llevamos su amor encarnacional al “más pequeño de estos”, que se sientan a los pies de la gente todo el día lustrando zapatos en las calles de La Paz, para que podamos servirles y traerlos a los pies de Jesús como aprendices dispuestos, siervos humildes y adoradores sinceros.

Ministerio Quechua

Los 4 millones de quechua-hablantes que se extienden por Bolivia central conforman uno de los mayores grupos menos alcanzados en América Latina. Aún hay muchas remotas comunidades quechuas en la sierra y selva de Bolivia donde Cristo no es conocido.

Communities where He is least known

Tacana

Living in the Yungas region of Bolivia with a population over 18,000, the Tacana are largely agricultural. Their traditional, animistic beliefs are strong and place great importance on the chamanes or witchdoctors to provide herbal medicinal cures and to protect the well-being of the community and the universe. SIM Bolivia is looking for creative and effective ways to address their spiritual and physical needs as they work alongside a local couple who have the desire to reach their own people with the Gospel.

Miners of Potosí

Potosí is a city that clings to the side of a beautiful mountain, but many have died inside its mines. The miners acknowledge it to be the devil’s domain and daily make sacrifices to his image. Who can break down barriers to reach this close-knit, tough group of miners? Who can come to know the story of abundant life in Jesus Christ? Whose feet will be beautiful on that mountain, bringing the good news?

Oracíones

1

New missionaries to work in the new ministry initiatives to the least-reached.

2

Grace, unity and cultural understanding as we live and work in multi-ethnic and multi-generational teams

3

SIM Bolivia missionaries to be effective and intentional in making disciples of Christ

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Wisdom and sensitivity for SIM Bolivia leadership as they give ministry direction and care to our country staff.

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Pray for the team of SIM Bolivia. Pray that the missionaries may be firmly rooted in God and in his Word. Pray for unity in the team.

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Pray for the government of Bolivia. Pray for peace, joy and justice in this country.

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Pray to the Lord to send more workers into this field.


Stories from this Country

Light at the end of the tunnel

I took a deep breath and reconsidered my options. The most appealing choice for me would require us to backtrack several miles to the place we took the shot cut and then climb over a high mountain pass.

Jonny speaks up for Jesus in Bolivia

Our founding fathers' goal was to share the gospel in places it had never been heard; now many missionaries want to help believers build a lifelong relationship with Jesus.

Where the sun doesn't shine - video

SIM Bolivia reaches out to the miners of Potosí and dreams of them going in the mines singing praises to the Lord.

The masked shiners of La Paz

SIM workers Randy and Dani Davis are establishing a church called Kayaparu ("at His feet") amongst one of Bolivia's least-reached communities - the shoe shiners of La Paz.

The surprising ways God is at work in Bolivia - VIDEO

SIM has a commitment to the least reached people, where there is no gospel. In Bolivia this includes indigenous groups, rural residents and urban dwellers.

Stories from this Country

Light at the end of the tunnel

I took a deep breath and reconsidered my options. The most appealing choice for me would require us to backtrack several miles to the place we took the shot cut and then climb over a high mountain pass.

Jonny speaks up for Jesus in Bolivia

Our founding fathers' goal was to share the gospel in places it had never been heard; now many missionaries want to help believers build a lifelong relationship with Jesus.

Where the sun doesn't shine - video

SIM Bolivia reaches out to the miners of Potosí and dreams of them going in the mines singing praises to the Lord.

The masked shiners of La Paz

SIM workers Randy and Dani Davis are establishing a church called Kayaparu ("at His feet") amongst one of Bolivia's least-reached communities - the shoe shiners of La Paz.

The surprising ways God is at work in Bolivia - VIDEO

SIM has a commitment to the least reached people, where there is no gospel. In Bolivia this includes indigenous groups, rural residents and urban dwellers.