Breaking the Power of the Narcotics Trade State of the Sandanista Regime in Nicaragua Evangelical Churches Gain Stature in Cuba Christian Churches Growing in Mexico Honduran student testimony Cuba's Church Religious Awakening in Castro's Cuba Local Leaders Say Major …Read more
LATIN AMERICA IS LIVING IN AN AGE OF profound transformations. Both spiritually and socially. In fact, it has been said that the recent spiritual revival that is taking place in the continent, due to the Protestant expansion, but also within…Read more
By David Miller COCHABAMBA, Bolivia – The lower house of the Argentine Congress is set to debate a controversial draft law which, if ratified, would broaden religious rights in this traditionally Roman Catholic nation. Argentina’s Minister of Foreign Relations a…Read more
There is substantial evidence that evangelicals in Latin America have impact on society, both on a spiritual and moral level, and more recently, on a social and economic level. This impact is acknowledged more and more not only by the…Read more
THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF PARAGUAY, recently ratified, replaces the 1967 document which contained some provisions outdated by modern events. The new constitution states: “It is recognized: freedom of religion, worship and ideology without any limitations except those establis…Read more
Reported by Franco Gennaro In the spring of 1991, Franco Gennaro was allowed to hold an evangelistic meeting on the still-communistic campus of the University of Nicaragua. While banners and paintings of Sandino and the Sandinista cause still lined the…Read more
FIVE HUNDRED YEARS HAVE ELAPSED since the arrival of the Spaniards to America. That event has continued to have profound implications concerning the culture, race, mentality and religion on Latin America. Recently, the Roman Catholic church held public discussions in…Read more
CHIAPAS, Mexico (EP) – A complaint filed Oct. 29 by the Rutherford Institute of Latin America asked the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to intervene on behalf of the Chamula Indians, who face persecution by local and regional authorities in…Read more
Since 1961, missionary Bruce Olson has labored for the gospel of Jesus Christ among the Motilone Indians deep in the jungles of Colombia’s high Catatumbo region. But today Olson’s most exciting missionary work still lies ahead. In the past thirty…Read more
Reported by Bruce Olson BUCARAMANGA, Columbia (FR) – A majority of the guerilla members of the “Arm Forces for National Liberation” (UC-CLN), abandoned the violent front in May. At least 60 percent of these former communist terrorists had become Christians…Read more
Ronald Reagan changed his view as a result of watching The Silent Scream – a movie he considered so powerful and convicting that he screened it at the White House.
The Book of Daniel in Preterist Perspective
Exposing The Occult Roots of Abortion
The Model of Christian Liberty. This DVD includes “Dawn’s Early Light: A Brief History of America’s Christian Foundations” and bonus features.
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference
The Forgotten Power of the Public Proclamation of the Gospel