Historic Conference for Spanish Speakers Just the Beginning

Sermons should have real teaching in them. They should be full of sound doctrine and substantial truths for God’s people. As Charles Spurgeon once said, “We do not enter the pulpit to talk for talk’s sake; we have instructions to convey important to the last degree, and we cannot afford to utter pretty nothings.” There […]
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Colombia and Beyond: The One Dream We All Share

“I never wanted to go back to Colombia,” explains Fernando. “I was born and raised there, but I left the country due to extreme violence and crime.” Fernando immigrated to Canada in 1998, where he heard the gospel and was saved. As he matured in the faith, he decided to pursue theological studies at seminary. […]
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The Expositor’s Conference for Spanish-Speakers in California

It’s no secret that there’s a crisis in the Spanish-speaking church. Many Spanish speakers have a lot of knowledge about God and the Bible, even though they may not personally know Christ. While there are many factors that contribute to this problem, the simple reality is that there are very few Spanish-speaking pastors who exalt […]
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IDEX: On the “Latino Reformation”

The cover article of Time Magazine for April 15th, together with the article entitled “The rise of the evangelicos” detail the most rapidly growing religious group of Spanish speakers: not Catholic, not secular, but latin ‘evangelicals’. The two articles within describe the trend of latins turning from ritualistic Catholicism and diving into a deep, intimate […]
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IDEX: Drinking Deeply

Our mission at the Instituto de Expositores (IDEX; pronounced “Ee-dex”) is clear—to train men to drink deeply of Scripture’s life-giving waters, so that God might use their transformed lives and their accurate exposition to profoundly grow and strengthen the Spanish-speaking Church. Since the great majority of our students come to us as adults with little […]
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