Chesapeake Hispanic Churches to Distribute More Than 1,000 Bibles and 2,000 Copies of “Steps to Christ”
Pastors and representatives from Chesapeake Conference Hispanic Ministries participated in a Bible and "Steps to Christ" distribution…
During this pandemic, the Chesapeake Conference Hispanic Ministries department has seized new opportunities in spreading the love of Jesus. In mid-April, an online week of prayer joined together about 150 families via online streaming platforms to hear messages themed by the final chapters of The Great Controversy. Additionally, over 90 families from around the United States came together online as Katherine Canto, a local lawyer and Chesapeake member, fielded questions regarding immigration and citizenship. Based on the positive feedback, the Hispanic Ministries department is planning to have a follow-up session for the community in the future.
Last month, international evangelist, Alejandro Bullón (pictured above), led out in an online evangelistic campaign streamed via Esperanza TV, where more than 200 households tuned in from Chesapeake, learning more about the biblical sanctuary and its connection to the grace and salvation of Christ. Each evening, Bullón called all viewers to accept Jesus into their hearts and to dedicate their lives to Him.