Presented by: Alexandra Zamora
Description: This is an overview of the roles given by God to different nations at different times in the history of missions. We will explore the American dream versus God’s dream. Church leaders will learn the fundamental aspects of working to mobilize Hispanics from the USA and beyond by developing interpersonal relationships, doing missions while dancing, emphasizing food and celebration, discovering resilience in the hands of God, studying a theology of suffering, embracing the community of culture, highlighting the differences in learning styles, understanding the culture of shame and honor versus the culture of guilt and justice. While relying on prayer and the power of the Holy Spirit is part of the process, participants will learn important first steps and then how to move on. The primary audience for this workshop is those interested in mobilizing or working with Latino/Hispano.