National Presbyterian Church of Mexico brings fraternal greetings to EPC 36th General Assembly


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Amador Lopez Hernandez, President (Moderator) of the National Presbyterian Church of Mexico (La Iglesia Nacional Presbiteriana de México or INPM), spoke to the Assembly on June 23. The two denominations are working to formalize a fraternal agreement, with the goal of a church planting partnership.

“Sometimes we think as a church that we are alone in the world,” he said through interpreter and EPC home missionary John Bueno (left). “The truth is, when we unite with all the believers in Christ, we see that we are a great power for the glory of God. Our invitation is that we would come together and work as a team to share the gospel of Christ.”

Other guests from INPM welcomed by the Assembly were Porfirio Camarillo Vasquez (far right), General Director of the Juarez Institute, and INPM Secretary Adolfo Arias Job (near right).

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