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.

La visión de Kayuparu es plantar una iglesia que guíe a los lustrabotas a Jesús, y luego los envíe valientemente al mundo. Kayuparu has estado evangelizando, discipulando, equipando y movilizando a los marginados lustrabotas de La Paz desde el 2005. Hemos hecho este esfuerzo por medio del deporte, mochileando, estudios bíblicos, clubs de inglés, y más. Este es un segmento de la población que de otra manera estaría viviendo y muriendo sin el Evangelio. 

La obra es difícil y nuestro equipo sembrador de iglesias necesita misioneros adicionales para evangelizar, discipular, y equipar líderes para establecer una iglesia que no solo se especialice en llamar a lustrabotas para que sigan el Gran Mandamiento, sino también que los motive a cumplir la gran Comisión.

Visit http://www.kayuparu.org

Ven y Sirve

Para discipular y plantar una iglesia

Oracíones

1

Ore por coraje y para que los líderes locales capten la visión por el ministerio mientras son entrenados para lanzarse a la plantación de iglesias.

 

2

Ore por el liderazgo del Espíritu Santo mientras se disponen a emprender la plantación de iglesias a este grupo de personas el próximo año.


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