¡Vamonos! Envisioning the Future of Black and Hispanic Mobilization

Hispanics and Blacks have great potential when it comes to fulfilling the Great Commission. Both have unique contributions to make, and both have the numbers to make a significant impact in the world. Yet, both communities have struggled as it relates to sending cross-cultural missionaries. What are some of the obstacles these communities face, and what are some ways we can overcome these challenges?

Having traveled all over the world, Richard lives in Covington, Georgia, and works in missions mobilization. A self-proclaimed kid at heart, he loves all three Toy Story movies.

Mauricio Alvarez

(as of 2012)

A native of Uruguay, he has served as a youth pastor and worship leader at Southern Baptist Churches in Uruguay, National Executive Director, then President of the Uruguayan Baptist Youth Convention. Upon immigrating to the United States, he joined Jason Carlisle on staff at Saddleback Church with Pastor Rick Warren and then served as Senior Pastor at Casa de Vida para las Naciones. Later he went as a missionary to Spain where he met his wife Geraldine, an Argentine missionary to Spain with the same vision and passion for the nations. Mauricio’s passion and calling include the mobilization of Hispanic churches and individuals to reach the world with the gospel.

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