Listen to Reverend Davila's messages of hope in Spanish through on CBH "Hermandad Cristiana," broadcast by 98 stations in 20 countries including Central and South America, Cuba, Spain, and the Hispanic community of the United States.
Then He asked them, “But who do you say I am?” Peter replied, “You are the Messiah.”
Jesus told him, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.”
And who knows but that you have come to this position for such a time as this?
Why are you downcast, O my soul? Why so disturbed within me? Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise him, my Savior and my God
MISSION WORK IN BOLIVIA
Rev. Paul and Kattia Jones work in the villages of Bolivia, training pastors and developing leadership in the region. Kattia provides a strong ministry to women enhancing their personal growth and equipping them to work in the church. Along with their daughter, Tabitha, the Jones' are firmly committed to spreading the Gospel in Bolivia and increasing the numbers of believers in God's Kingdom.
JIM AND DULCI DOTY WORKS IN BRAZIL AND ANGOLA
Jim and Dulci are busy on two continents. They have worked for many years in in Cabinda, Angola, starting churches and providing basic needs to congregants. Additionally, they continue to work toward gaining government recognition of the Church of God in that country.
Across the Atlantic, in Brazil, they met with the church in Campo Grande, MS,to coordinate activities in the local church such as evangelism and other ministries.
AUSTIN SAMARITANS WORK IN NICARAGUA AND GUATEMALA
Community Bible Fellowship is proud to partner with the Austin Samaritans in their mission to glorify God by connecting resources and needs to transform lives. Austin Samaritans is a dedicated group of people resolved to improve the human condition in God's Larger World. They serve and assist churches, non-profits, and non-government organizations mainly in Nicaragua and Guatemala in the areas of health, education and rescue. By coordinating efforts and pooling resources for maximum impact, we connect resources and talent at home to the needs abroad. Learn more about the Austin Samaritans at http://austinsamaritans.org