|Pondering the possibilities
Daniel Peters (left) regularly meets with Christian workers in Madrid to discuss creative methods for evangelism and discipleship to reach the sprawling city’s 6 million inhabitants.
Daniel Peters* strolls among the people in this park, observing their nationalities, listening to their conversations and praying about their needs.
MADRID, Spain (BP)--Although the International Mission Board appointed Daniel and Teresa Peters* as city strategists for Madrid, their ministry includes the entire family -- Karla, 14, who has lived in Spain since she was 9 and her brother, Tyler, who has lived there most of his life.
MADRID, Spain (BP)--It's mid-afternoon in Madrid, and storefronts stand eerily still. As the scorching sun elevates temperatures above 100 degrees, Spaniards race for the relief of air-conditioned rooms. Businesses close between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. People slowly return to work in the early evening, but the city remains relatively quiet until 9:30 p.m.
BOUAKE, Ivory Coast (BP)--Students are safe and missionary families relieved following the emergency evacuation of a missionary school in Bouake, Ivory Coast.
RICHMOND, Va. (BP)--Large numbers of Southern Baptists continue to offer themselves for missionary service despite the events of Sept. 11, but the number of Southern Baptists involved in volunteer projects has dropped sharply during the past year.
EL JICARO, Guatemala (BP)--Southern Baptists and other Great Commission Christians are launching an ambitious plan to take the gospel to all 28 million homes in Central America during the next four years.