David and Suzannah Nacho are CBM’s Field Staff in Costa Rica. They serve in the area of leadership formation and theological education in Latin America.
Based in Costa Rica, David and Suzannah Nacho serve as CBM Field Staff. The Nachos are currently in Canada on home assignment, returning to Costa Rica on January 28. Please pray for them as they visit churches in western Canada and meet with their supporters. As they share updates about their work
In March David was in São Paolo, Brazil teaching a joint Open Course and On Campus Course about Narrative. The course was bilingual, David taught in both Spanish and Portuguese and was attended by over 30 students. Students were deeply encouraged by studying the scriptures together, and challenged to be instruments of change in their
CBM Field Staff David and Suzannah Nacho are based in Costa Rica and work with CETI (Community of Interdisciplinary Theological Studies). David serves as the academic dean at CETI and Suzannah is an adjunct professor. Through CETI, students develop a missional understanding of the church and acquire tools to live out
We hope this update finds you well. Thank you for your continued prayers and support of the work God is doing in Latin America through theological education and academic discipleship. We believe that this year’s courses will be life giving to our students. A lot of the teaching we do is online. Just the other
We start this year with gratitude for your continued support and prayers for our ministry of leadership formation in Latin America. As we wrote in our last update, we were extremely blessed by a smooth transition of passing our ministry over to the local leaders, pastors and Baptist Seminary in Bolivia. The
Leadership formation for Integral Mission is a vast area of ministry. It requires biblical foundations, a deep love for God’s church and for the community that surrounds it. It is not about taking initiative for people, but about shaping hearts and minds to embrace and join in God’s transformative work. We have been blessed