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Rex Morgan of Christian Productions International produced a slideshow of a recent radio training program for church members.
Morgan, a longtime missionary, oversees the Miami-based ministry. He produces a television show called “Con La Biblia Abierta” (“With The Open Bible”) and offers multiple resources for Spanish-speaking Christians. Morgan also is senior producer for Latin America for World Christian Broadcasting.
Twenty-seven Christians attended the seminar and learned how to reach the lost through radio, Morgan said. One minister came to Miami from the Dominican Republic.
In the Dominican Republic’s capital, Santo Domingo, the minister produces a radio program titled “Compartiendo la Verdad” (“Sharing the Truth”).
“He believes the need is growing to reach out through media,” Morgan said. “His dream is to establish a Christian radio station in the Dominican Republic.”
I recognized one of the ministers in the photos from my recent reporting trip to Miami.
Carlos Preciado and his wife, Maribel, are church planters who came to Miami as part of the original LAMP ministry team. They work with a Spanish-speaking church they helped plant in Pompano Beach, Fla.
I met the couple at the Versailles Restaurant, a famous Cuban-American hub near Miami’s Little Havana.
The Preciados have an amazing story of adoption. I hope to have time and space to tell it in the near future.
What roles do radio and television programming play in your ministry — in the U.S. or overseas?
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