• The Church in Latin America Article by Bill Green

    FROM TABLETALK | November 2008

    My wife and I began work in the area of church planting and theological education in Central America in 1985. At that time there were many saying that the evangelical revival movement then underway was something larger and more important than even the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. The gospel was certainly being preached in every corner of Latin America, the Roman Catholic Church had suddenly lost it’s hegemony, and evangelicals began taking part in the political process in some countries. Some Protestant survey groups were providing statistics for the evangelical population at numbers as high as fifty percent … View Resource