During last month’s Converge Great Lakes annual meeting, Pastor Adrian Rayo of Iglesia Fe (Faith Church), Delavan, Wisconsin, was presented with a $12,500 check from the Converge Cornerstone Church Planting Grant.
Rayo and his wife, Wendy, launched the Hispanic congregation on October 27 at Faith Baptist Church. Rayo and Iglesia Fe are working alongside Faith Baptist lead pastor Todd Harder and his wife, Heidi, to share the hope of Christ with their community.
One of the most effective ways to reach the world for Christ is by starting new churches. To help church plants as they launch, the Converge Cornerstone Fund is offering two types of grants. Ethnic church plants that open between May 1, 2018, and April 30, 2019, are eligible to receive a $12,500 grant. All other church plants that open during that time are eligible for a $5,000 grant.
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