Cotahuasi Canyon Church Planting and Discipleship

We desire to see churches planted and believers discipled into mature Christians in the Cotahuasi Canyon. 

Come and Serve

People willing to live in remote villages and help start churches, visiting nearby communities to encourage their new churches. 

Prayers

1

Pray for key people in the unchurched villages to be open to forming cell groups of believers that will mature into viable churches. 

2

Pray that workers are protected from persecution from those opposed to the gospel. 


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