David and Ginegday “Yeya” López are international missionaries who relocated to their home country last year. David is an ordained elder with a successful track record of multiplying disciples, leaders and churches. He is the coordinator for multiplying committed disciples in the Free Methodist Church of Latin America and promotes church planting throughout the region.
Children: David Alejandro, Valery
- God’s wisdom and discernment for every team: trainers, mentors, communications and prayer
- the addition of the right team members to implement the vision God has given
- church leaders and pastors to be empowered with the vision to multiply committed disciples in new places
- their children’s physical, emotional and spiritual health
- the Lord to guide them in every area of life and give them strength for ministry and care of their family
Recent Heartbeat Articles
Let me introduce you to Juan Carlos and Yaneth Rodriguez. They started their ministry as youth pastors and later began focusing on church planting and small-group ministry. In 2004 they planted the “Manantial de Vida” (Spring of Life) Free Methodist Church in Nogales,...
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Can you imagine immigrating from Central America to Europe? Because of growing violence among youth in El Salvador, immigrating to Spain is exactly what Shelvi did. A young woman from El Salvador, Shelvi came to Spain to start a new life and find a safe place for her...