Even Spanish! New Gift Cards!

Why Spanish? In March of this year, CNN reported that 40 million  US residents speak Spanish at home. Spanish-speakers are the largest minority at 13% of the US population. There are more Spanish speakers in the US than in Spain! Why Gift Cards instead of multi-language DVDs ? Not everyone has a DVD player, computers rarely come with them anymore! …

“JESUS” Out in the Back Country

“On the east side of the Rockies, far from their families and home, men from Argentina, Chile, Peru, Bolivia and Mexico work as shepherds. It is a harsh life in a very barren and isolated environment. They don’t often get visitors and spend most of their time away from towns or paved roads. And there are language barriers.” 70 “JESUS” …

The Most Spoken Languages in the USA

“Spanish is, by far, the most spoken non-English language in the U.S. The next most spoken non-English languages are Chinese (with 2.8 million speakers), Hindi, Urdu or other Indic languages (2.2 million), French or French Creole (2.1 million), and Tagalog (1.7 million).” Quoted from this article. The Peoples Connection offers “The Life of JESUS” and “The Story of JESUS for Children” in all these basic …

Hispanics Transforming Traditional Faith

Spanish is…. spoken by 414 million people as their native language spoken by 550 million if you add those who speak it as a 2nd language studied by 20 million as a foreign language the most popular second language learned by native speakers of American English the most widely understood language in the Western Hemisphere basically equated with the Roman Catholic faith …

¡Viva Puerto Rico!

Today (June 8, 2014), New York City hosts the National Puerto Rican Day Parade along 5th Avenue. Long live Puerto Rico! The parade takes place each year on the second Sunday in June to recognize the 4 million stateside Puerto Ricans and the 4 million Puerto Rican natives. We recommend sharing the “JESUS” DVD –  Latin American Languages.

“Magdalena” in Cuba

A group of 17 people recently headed to Cuba; some went for baseball outreach and others were there to present “Magdalena.” Cuban kids play baseball in horrible conditions, so they were grateful for some new equipment.  Aaron and Milton were hanging around during one of the games; the gospel was shared with them and they prayed to receive Jesus as their Savior …