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.

Nos imaginamos a equipos pluriculturales sirviendo compasivamente y capacitando a las comunidades quechuas para satisfacer necesidades medicinales y de agua segura como medio de ganar una entrada al Evangelio. Alentamos a misioneros de otros países latinoamericanos u otros nuevos contextos de envío a que sean parte de estos equipos. 

Nuestro equipo médico pluricultural sirviendo en Potosí y las comunidades rurales aledañas representa la única presencia misionera entre los quechua-hablantes en esa parte de Bolivia. Este equipo también está envuelto en el alcance basado en la oralidad y el entrenamiento. Los misioneros del SIM en Sucre actualmente están estudiando el idioma quechua y su cultura intensamente para poder comprometerse en el ministerio de narración en las comunidades quechuas rurales donde Cristo no es conocido.

Ven y Sirve

Ingeniero para desarrollo del agua
Médico de atención primaria

Oracíones

1

Orar por sabiduría mientras buscamos ministrar a los quechuas en los asentamientos urbanos y rurales, y por discernimiento para conocer como satisfacer las necesidades específicas de cada grupo.

2

Orar para que la iglesia quechua entienda cómo la salvación es por gracia y que los creyentes necesitan demostrar gracia en sus vidas diarias.


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