To be another example for the Spanish people of what it is to accept that Jesus really is the Lord, raised and reigning. To show the difference it makes in how we live, and pray that God will bring Spaniards to accept Jesus.
Church Planting in Roquetas de Mar, Almería
Think Spain and one thinks of sun, siestas, paella... and might even think, “That’s a religious country, why should a missionary go there?” In Spain the church is considered by the majority to be irrelevant. Over 13 million people live in towns, villages and districts where there is no evangelical church. Many of those in the church are the only Christian their friends and family know.
Chloë has spent the last 10 years serving in northern Córdoba, living out their faith, loving people and sharing Jesus as part of a small church in a rural town. Recently she has moved to Roquetas de Mar, to serve as an anchor for a team and to start ministry in the town. She’s keen to see churches that reflect the diversity of the town and the unity found in the gospel.
Roquetas needs God's light to shine into the darkness, churches that will faithfully share the Hope of Jesus and people who will love others with Christ’s love.