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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) -- Officers of the Southern Baptist Convention's Hispanic Leaders Council discussed the complexities of ministry in Hispanic communities -- and ministering in their particular contexts -- at a panel sponsored by the Cooperative Program during the SBC annual meeting in Birmingham, Ala.
During the panel, which was conducted completely in Spanish, moderator Bobby Sena asked the group questions on challenges they face in reaching different groups of Hispanics. They also discussed efficient methods of evangelism, resources they use, and specifically working with Hispanics who are "apartados," those who once went to church but no longer do. Read More