Some of the wealthiest people in the United States call South Florida home. Despite that wealth, however, South Florida also has one of the highest percentages of citizens living below the poverty income level and nearly 80 percent of those do not know Jesus.
The region is also home to a wide range of different languages and cultures, which is why Guillermo and Claudia Hernandez moved to the area after investing much of their lives and ministry in Central America.
As a result of that background, the Hernandezes were able to plant Iglesia Bautista de Kendall and minister to the Hispanic population in Miami. They also have a heart to reach the next generation of their community and have launched an English-speaking service.
THE COOPERATIVE PROGRAM is the financial fuel for reaching every person for Jesus Christ in every town, every city, every state, and every nation. Your support through the Cooperative Program helps church planters invest in the people and culture of the communities they serve.
PRAY that the Lord would continue to guide and direct Guillermo and Claudia, as well as Iglesia Bautista de Kendall, as they reach their community with the Gospel of Jesus.