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Latin America

Casto Rojas

Country-X/Latin America ─ International Missionary



Casto Rojas Portrait

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Dr. Casto Rojas is a pediatrician by trade who has served the FM Church for over XXX years. The church he pastored became the largest and fastest-growing church in Latin America. Pastor Casto has a track record of training, mentoring, encouraging and empowering leaders, resulting in the birth of more than 20 new churches within his own country. Now he serves as conference superintendent in his home country and as a mentor for the superintendents in Puerto Rico, Chile and Paraguay.

Wife: Flor Marlene
Child: Enmanuel

Pray For

  • peace and stability for Creative Access Country-X
  • provision for the ICCM school in Creative Access Country-X
  • health, wisdom and strength for leading his large conference and coaching other leaders
  • development of healthy leaders, multiplication of committed disciples and empowerment of transformational churches in the countries he serves
  • the many socio-political-economic needs of his home country

Recent Heartbeat Articles

Sickness to Health: Community Transformation

Sickness to Health: Community Transformation

Worldwide, we see humanity experiencing crises and distress, particularly in developing nations. Creative Access Country-X is no exception. The medical clinic project in Creative Access Country-X was born out of a desire to participate with God in the restoration of...

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Following God’s Plan

Following God’s Plan

Like many before and after him, José Carrasquel left Creative Access Country X in search of a better life. He planned to travel to Chile, where his brother-in-law had already settled, but Jóse only had enough money to reach the first town across the border in Brazil....

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One Body

One Body

In early February 2021, the Costa Rica Free Methodist Church received Pastora Naya Sucre, her husband and her son from Creative Access Country X. Several years ago, responding to the Community Church Planting (CCP) movement’s invitation, Naya and her husband opened...

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