Latinos and Hispanics
As the largest minority group in the U.S., Latinos increasingly influence the American church, politics, and culture as they grow in number. Though many come from Catholic backgrounds, the Hispanic Catholic population is shrinking, while many young Hispanics in the U.S. identify as Protestant or having no religion at all. Samuel Rodriguez of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and others have emerged as leaders among Latino evangelicals.
- Hispanic Leaders Don’t Want to Miss This Missional MomentThe Latino population boom has resulted in more passionate, growing churches in the US. Can pastors keep building on the momentum?español
- Latino Evangelicals Ask DeSantis to Spare the Life of a Man on Death Row“We believe in life at all levels and in all circumstances.”
- Viral JesusEpisode 60|57minJosé Rojas: Giving It All AwayThis son of Mexican immigrants became a leader in the church and the White House. Now he’s using his influence to mentor a new generation of leaders.
- Survey: Hispanic Protestant Churches Are Young, First Gen, and GrowingAs the Latino population climbs in the US, researchers say their congregations excel at fostering community and engaging new people.español
- Christian Schools Building ‘Consortium’ for Hispanic Theology EducationWith $5 million from Lilly Endowment, three Los Angeles institutions “got ambitious.”
- More than 1 in 10 New Southern Baptist Churches Are HispanicLeader of Send Network Español opens up about church planting’s diverse future in North America.español
- Should Hispanic Churches in the US Preserve Spanish in Their Services?Worship flows in the language of your heart.español
- The Rise of the Pentecostal FusionistsThey’re uniting Spirit-led worship with the riches of historic church tradition, says a leading charismatic bishop.
- How Latino Churches Transform CommunitiesA virtual roundtable on the faith, generosity, and innovation of Hispanic congregations in America.
- The Uvalde School Shooting Sends Me to Matthew 18Jesus gave specific instructions on caring for the “little ones.” The Texas tragedy suggests the church has gravely fallen short.español