Hispanics for Christ is a ministry focused on planting Hispanic churches. HFC provides vision casting, strategic planning and coaching for church planters in the Americas. HFC currently has church planters in the United States, Mexico, Paraguay and Argentina, and are initiating new works in the U.S., Mexico, and El Salvador. Through planned giving, Crosspointe supports the work and workers of HFC with a focus on missions rooted in Paraguay.
HFC director, Geoff Hartt co-founded Hispanics for Christ with Jorge Osorio in 2004. He has planted churches and trained pastors in Mexico, South America, and Africa.
Alcides Gonzales is a field coordinator for HFC serving in San Lorenzo, Paraguay. Alcides completed studies at Word of Life Bible Institute in Buenos Aires in 1992. He started out overseeing local Bible clubs in Paraguay and became the pastor of Iglesia Cristiana Evangelica Florida in 1995. In 2010 he started an orphanage to serve a needy community, and is now focusing on planting new churches across Paraguay.
Maximo Toledo is a Pastor working out of Iglesia Florida, in Paraguay. Pastor Maximo uses training materials from the local Bible Training Center and takes the classes out to the rural areas to deliver training to pastors. Pastor Maximo is one of three teachers equipping the rural pastors. He works with Alcides and is able to do this with the partnership and support of Crosspointe. This is an example of the fruit these church partnerships can produce.
Crosspointe also supports Luis and Zoila Garcia as they equip leaders and disciple children in conjunction with HFC and AWANA Latino America.