103 People Saved During Hispanic Revivals Campaign in New Mexico

Raul Arreola, pastor of Buenas Nuevas Mission, Las Cruces, performs a baptism during one of many simultaneous revivals across New Mexico. Submitted photo

Twenty-nine churches participated in the Baptist Convention of New Mexico’s (BCNM) 2019 Hispanic Simultaneous Revivals campaign. The number rose from 24 churches during the 2018 campaign.

Based on reports from 28 of the 29 participating churches, a total of 783 non-Christian Hispanics attended the outreach events. The effort resulted in the recording of 103 professions of faith and 12 baptisms.

Ricardo Rivera, the BCNM’s Hispanic ministry strategist, organized the multi-church campaign. While the revivals centered around Good Friday and Easter, several churches’ events took place later. The campaign motivates churches to “think outside the box” about community evangelism and inspires them to try new outreach approaches. Participating churches received $500 assistance grants from the BCNM’s Mission New Mexico State Missions Offering.

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Source: Baptist Press