Latin America Team

By faith we see:

  • missionaries from Latin America, fully trained and supported, serving in many countries throughout the SIM world.
  • Latin American churches supporting their workers in prayer, finances and with member care.
  • SIM's Latin America Team walking alongside the Latin American church and its missionaries in the Great Commission.

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By faith we see:

  • missionaries from Latin America, fully trained and supported, serving in many countries throughout the SIM world.
  • Latin American churches supporting their workers in prayer, finances and with member care.
  • SIM's Latin America Team walking alongside the Latin American church and its missionaries in the Great Commission.

Communities where He is least known

Most Latino candidates have a passion to go to the least-reached areas of the world. We are convinced that Latin American missionaries will contribute to the completion of the Great Commission. We have placed workers in the following countries, and more are joining each year: India, China, South Africa, Mozambique, Ghana, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay.


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prayers

1

Pray for the Latin American Team leadership with Julieta Murillo as director, and the regional coordinators.

1

Pray for the Latin American Team leadership with Julieta Murillo as director, and the regional coordinators.

2

Pray for unity and cooperation amongst sending agencies, the sending church and SIM.

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Pray for unity and cooperation amongst sending agencies, the sending church and SIM.

3

Pray for good member care for the Latino missionaries serving around the world.

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Pray for good member care for the Latino missionaries serving around the world.

4

Pray for wisdom and good relationships with the Latino Church as we offer training and mobilisation materials and walk with them as they send workers.

4

Pray for wisdom and good relationships with the Latino Church as we offer training and mobilisation materials and walk with them as they send workers.

5

Pray for God to raise up mobilisers in each country.

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Pray for God to raise up mobilisers in each country.

6

Pray for more workers from Latin America, and for the Church to grow in its missionary vision.

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Pray for more workers from Latin America, and for the Church to grow in its missionary vision.

7

Pray for success with visas, as we have several who are looking for ways to enter or to stay in their country of service.

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Pray for success with visas, as we have several who are looking for ways to enter or to stay in their country of service.

8

Pray for God to provide full support (prayer and financial) for his workers.

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Pray for God to provide full support (prayer and financial) for his workers.

9

Pray for wisdom and open doors for the mobiliser work in the Caribbean.

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Pray for wisdom and open doors for the mobiliser work in the Caribbean.

10

Pray for the Webb family in Colombia, that they may receive grace and wisdom for their work in that country.

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Pray for the Webb family in Colombia, that they may receive grace and wisdom for their work in that country.

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