Latin Impact Ministries was begun as we worked with Mexican Indigenous people in very remote and undeveloped areas. Our training allowed us to work where few missionaries are willing to go and access is very limited. For that reason, from the beginning we have worked to pioneer new, hard to reach areas where little missionary activities have taken place or are taking place. When these areas are targeted, we identify key leaders who have demonstrated fruitfulness, then we resource those leaders with training, mentorship, supplies, equipment and finances so they are able to more effectively accomplish their work.
We have developed strong relationships with national and regional church leaders primarily in Cuba, Colombia and Peru with whom we work to extend God's kingdom. As you will see on our "Key Leaders" page, these leaders are uniquely positioned in their areas of influence to evangelize, leader and build. Our long term relationships support them in their efforts.
We work primarily in these three countries
After years of civil war and internal conflict, Colombia is experiencing a great revival with millions coming to Christ in the last few decades. We minister in various parts with leadership conferences, "city reaching" events and by supporting "Finca Provision de Dios" a retreat facility for pastors and churches.
Working in Cuba since October of 1993, we have been involved in church planting, leadership training and evangelism. For the last several years we have partnered with Honrando al Padre ministries, a national sports evangelism ministry. Over the past 20 years this ministry has evangelized hundreds of thousands with 200,000 making decisions for Christ. Currently we work with 20+ denominations and 500+ churches through this ministry. In recent years this ministry is branching out to the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru and El Salvador.
Since 2001 we have worked in Peru in regional conferences, "city reaching" events, training and mentoring regional leaders and church planting. Although much of the larger events take place in larger cities, our passion is to go where few others go. This takes us deep into remote villages in the Andes Mountains as well as underdeveloped parts of the jungle.