Report from Cuba

The church is alive and well in Cuba.

The church is alive and well in Cuba. On a recent trip, a team from In Touch ministered to over 60 Christian leaders, each one fervent and sacrificial in their faith. Most are consumed in the work of planting and pastoring churches, but that’s far from their only role. The men and women we met are also seminary professors, denominational leaders, and missionaries. All are joyful about the work of Christ, and prayerfully optimistic about the church in Cuba.

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Liberated By Love

Tight-knit and purpose-driven, the church in Cuba burns with a passion for evangelism. But resources to fuel discipleship are hard to find. That’s why In Touch has stepped in to help, offering our Life Principles Conferences and tools for equipping the saints.

 

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Photo Essay: The Streets of Cuba

When a team from In Touch visited Cuba to lead the Life Principles Conference, they were able to see firsthand what life looks like on the island nation.

 

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Winning Cuba For Christ

With more religious tolerance in Cuba than in years past, Pastor Arnaldo hopes that Christians will not fall into complacency due to increased freedom. Instead, he prays that they will become even more bold in sharing the gospel.

 

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Training The Body

In Touch remains committed to working with believers across the globe, including in places like Cuba, where God is opening doors long considered shut. 

 

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Fertile Land

The In Tough staff members who facilitated the Life Principles conference in Havana and Cienfuegos tell how they've witnessed God at work in Cuba.

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