Over 200 people from 11 of our Hispanic churches attended the annual Hispanic Mission Congress held at Ft. Lauderdale First Church. Missionaries Scott and Emily Armstrong and their two children, Sydney and Elijah, were the special guests and speakers. At the end of his presentation, Scott called all the young people forward. He informed them they were the hope and future of the Church of the Nazarene. He encouraged them to remain involved to help the church and God’s Kingdom move forward. All of the pastors gathered around the young people for a strong season of prayer.
Special tributes were given to two of our Hispanic Pastors – Mel Santiesteban, Sr. and Roberto Perez, Sr. Both pastors went to their heavenly reward in late 2012. Special Memorial Roll certificates were given to their widows and the family.
Emily Armstrong and her 2 children gave special presentations to all the children who attended the event.
At the lunch hour — all of the various churches presented a special festival of food for all. There is competition each year as to which church and country can present the nicest display and the best food. Everyone thoroughly enjoys this part of the event. This year Ft. Lauderdale First Spanish won the event with a plethora of special food and drinks. Second place went to the Pahokee Hispanic Church and third place with to the West Palm Beach Maranatha Church.
The Hispanic Mission Congress was coordinated by the Missions Hispanic Language Coordinator, Rev. Roberto Perez, Sr. and by Wendy Lopez.
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