Hispanic Evangelicals Establish Evangelistic Partnership for 21st Century Outreach
WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 /Hispanic Christian Newswire/ — America’s largest Hispanic Christian Organization, The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), The Hispanic National Association of Evangelicals, announced today a strategic partnership with Mike Silva International for the purpose of launching a new evangelistic outreach focusing on the 47 million strong Hispanic American community.
“Mike Silva emerges as one of the leading Evangelists in the World. His ministerial trajectory includes success in sharing the Gospel with an estimated 4 million people in 30 countries. In addition to his evangelistic festivals, Mike speaks at numerous high-profile conferences, Ivy League and college campuses, and the largest men’s events and music festivals in the nation. His commitment to our community stands second to none,” explained Dr. Angel Nunez, Senior Vice President and Great Commission Director for the Hispanic Association of Evangelicals.
The partnership will focus on reaching first, second and third generation Hispanics with the Gospel message of eternal life in Christ. Recent polls show the Hispanic American community as the fastest growing constituency in the American Christian family.
“As a result of this partnership, the Latino Church will be resourced with a vision-enhancing experience, in addition to specialized training in personal evangelism, as well as unprecedented catalytic experience for the missions-mindedness of the church “stated Dr. Jesse Miranda, Chief Executive Officer of NHCLC.
The three year agreement includes a National Evangelism Strategy, an annual National Hispanic Evangelism Day to be incorporated within the annual calendar of the 25,434 member churches and evangelistic outreaches in major Hispanic populated cities such as Fresno, San Antonio, Dallas, Los Angeles, Orlando and Washington D.C.
“Hispanic Evangelicals stand committed to reaching the lost for Christ. Our righteousness and Justice platform makes us unique. Once again, our vertical message of Salvation must stand front and center in order for us to subsequently address issues of Justice. Our community needs hope. Christ is the Hope of Glory, “declared Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, NHCLC President