“Making Christ-like Disciples in the Urban Centers of Mesoamerica”

Urban globalization. Have you heard about it yet? If you haven’t yet, you will soon. To put it simply, urban globalization is the movement of people leaving rural areas and entering the city. Over 50% of the world’s population live in a city of 100,000 people or more, and that number is estimated to skyrocket to 70% by 2050. You might be asking yourself (like we asked ourselves!), but why are so many people moving to the city? The city is attractive to many because it offers more hope of economic growth, educational opportunities, and modern conveniences.

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Global Mission Mesoamerica – 2017

From October 19 to 24, 2017, the Mesoamerica Global Mission regional coordinators, Scott and Emily Armstrong, gathered together with the field coordinators of this ministry: [...]

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