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14:6 Vida in Toledo
Participate in the start-up of 14:6 Vida in Toledo, Spain.
14:6 Vida exists to evangelize and make disciples of Christ.
Adopt a Student for Work Scholarship
Help one of FIT IBSTE's students who has applied by faith to complete either the 1 or the 4 year program in Theology. These students have very few resources either because of the lack of family support because of their commitment to God, or the financial crisis in Spain with few part ti...
Al Andalus Seminary Scholarships
From across southern Spain, candidates for pastors, teachers and ministry workers apply each year to Al Andalus Theological Seminary in Sevilla to prepare for service in their churches and to the lost in society. The students and staff actively minister to children, gypsies, priso...
Al-Andalus Theological Seminary in Sevilla
Gratitude! That is the key word for the Al Andalus seminary this year as the seminary has moved to new facilities in Santiponce with two classrooms, library, offices and reception area. The seminary was recently approved by TRACS and ATS to offer accredited college and graduate sch...
Amealco Church Plant
Spring of Life Bible Church in Amealco, Mexico, is working to train leadership, build a church building, and advance the gospel throughout central Mexico!
Amealco Community Center and Coffee Shop
Two places where people that are hesitant to enter a church can experience a low pressure Christian environment and begin to see the love of Christ lived out in His children.
Ancient Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo
This project will encompass capital funding for the purchase and restoration of the ancient monastery of San Isidoro del Campo in Sevilla, Spain.
Athletic Shoes for School Kids
Ever try to play in gym class with no tennis shoes? It's just no fun! Many low income families that have their children in Penzotti Evangelical Institute (a Christian school in Tegucigalpa, Honduras), can barely afford to buy one pair of formal school shoes for their little ones to use ...
Back to School
In southern Honduras, many rural families struggle with day to day sustenance. Although education is free, many families cannot send their children to school because they cannot afford to purchase uniforms, shoes, and required school supplies.
The best case scenario for some f...