We were all challenged by the importance of radical discipleship as a lifestyle from which we must teach and mentor a younger generation. The perception is that Evangelicals in Latin America have grown in number but not always in maturity and influence in the surrounding society. The mission movements has grown although, but there is much more potential in churches for and even stronger involvement in world missions.
The week was full of fellowship, new friendships, challenges from God and reaffirmation of the commitment to serve His kingdom through the Ibero-American mission movement. Jose Luis Ramirez of Mexico was elected the seventh president of COMIBAM. He will provide leadership for the movement together with the Executive Director Decio de Carvalho for the next three years.
The strategic plan of COMIBAM includes concrete actions that will promote deeper commitment by God’s people in Ibero America and will support that commitment by walking together with the very diverse missional initiatives.