Starting a Hispanic Ministry, by Tim Archer

Great series of articles by Tim Archer on something I know nothing about, over at his “The Kitchen of Half-Baked Thoughts” —

Stockdale bilingual church

Should we be preparing to be bilingual?

The magic formula for having a successful Hispanic ministry

We’ve got to go bilingual…

Partnership, not paternalism

I have no experience in this area, but there something about these articles that seems very right.

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About Jay Guin

I am an elder, a Sunday school teacher, a husband, a father, a grandfather, and a lawyer. I live in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, home of the Alabama Crimson Tide. I’m a member of the University Church of Christ. I grew up in Russellville, Alabama and graduated from David Lipscomb College (now Lipscomb University). I received my law degree from the University of Alabama. I met my wife Denise at Lipscomb, and we have four sons, two of whom are married, and I have a grandson and granddaughter.
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2 Responses to Starting a Hispanic Ministry, by Tim Archer

  1. Tim Archer says:

    Thanks Jay! I hope they will be a blessing.

    Grace and peace,
    Tim Archer

  2. Aron says:

    Small world! I have in-laws who worship at Stockdale. We'll actually be visiting there in a few weeks. It's a great group.

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