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Iglesias del Oeste is an organization dedicated to advance the Gospel through equipping leaders who form healthy churches to transform communities, nations and the world. Iglesias del Oeste is a network of churches investing relationally in leaders and serving missionally throughout Latin America. The family of ministries of Iglesias del Oeste include Seminario del Oeste, Reflejo, Team Kairos and Body and Soul, and currently work in Mexico, Cuba, Peru, Spain and the United States.

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Seminario del Oeste is a leadership development program partnering with churches to multiply leaders. Degrees offered range from a two year technical degree through a Master’s degree in Biblical Leadership.


Reflejo is a missions focused ministry to advance the Gospel in hard to reach places throughout Latin America. Reflejo trains and sends missionaries to expand the Gospel where the Church is not currently present.

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Body and Soul is a fitness and faith program designed to help women understand the connections between their physical and spiritual life in a heathy community of friends. 

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Team Kairos is a ministry team that invests in the spiritual, emotional and physical health of pastoral families.  Healthy pastoral families and their leadership are essential in extending the work of healthy churches.  We desire to achieve this goal through trainings, workshops and conferences.  We are passionate in seeing leaders loved, encouraged and challenged to grow in health through this ministry.



God has called us to make disciples of all nations. More and more Latinos are realizing this call and are being launched out to the ends of the earth, to places that do not have the gospel! We desire to raise up, equip and launch out those very Latinos who feel the call to overseas missions. Our mobilization fund exists to support Latino missionaries who desire fulfill their God given purpose across the world.


Do you feel called to missions or have you considered supporting Latino missions?