Latin American Indigenous Ministries holds sound bible doctrine to be of utmost importance. Like the ship’s rudder that guides a large vessel in stormy waters, clear and accurate understanding of the Holy Scriptures guides believers, new and old, through the challenges of life. Linked below is the document that Felipe filed when registering his religious organization with the Mexican government.
New believers are baptized throughout the year in the River Zempoala in Zapotitlan, Mexico. Like many others, they heard the Gospel on the Totonac Radio hour in her own Indian heart language and responded in faith. Other evangelism tools include distribution of CDs, cassettes, talking bibles, and the Jesus video, and of course the New Testament in the Totonac language.