[English translation for the video provided below.]
Have you ever wondered if you have the call to be a pastor, work in full-time ministry, and serve the Lord with all your life? When I started in the ways of the Lord, it seemed that everyone had been called, that all received a prophetic word, or perhaps had a passion for God, yet did not know what to do with it. Perhaps our friends had told us that we would be good pastors, and maybe some of us believed it, but years have passed and we haven't done anything about it. And now there is a thorn in your heart that every so often returns to make you wonder whether or not I am disobeying the Lord by not being in the ministry.
For this, the 6th and 7th of March, we will have an event called Plantadores. In this event we will help you discern if you have that call or not, we will see that God calls us to plant churches, we will see the theology of church planting, we will see that God puts requirements on planters. And those who find that they have the call will see what to do and where to start. The idea of this event is that you can finish convinced, whether you have a calling and pursue it with all your heart or believe that you do not have it and then can do what you're doing with peace and certainty that you are where God wants you to be.
We have speakers coming from England, Brazil, the United States, and Guatemala, all of whom are church planters who have struggled with the call and are all involved in full-time ministry, to help you to discern this call. The conference will be here in Casa de Libertad, on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th of March. This is an Acts 29 conference, a network of more than 500 pastors worldwide that have joined with one purpose: to be church planting churches, being pastors of churches that plant churches.
So we invite you, Friday 6th and Saturday 7th March, here to Casa de Libertad. You can visit us at www.plantadores.org for more information.
God bless you.
Acts 29 is a diverse, global network of church-planting churches characterized by theological clarity, cultural engagement, and missional innovation.