Q What is the Partnership Fund?
A The Partnership Fund encourages individuals, churches and other organizations to “partner” with the Casa by providing financial support of its ongoing ministry. Q How will the Partnership Fund work?
A It is a designated fund, meaning donor must specify they want their gift directed to it. One hundred percent (100%) of each gift to the Partnership Fund will be made available to Casa for its ongoing operations. Q How is the Partne
At the March 9, 2018 Foundation Board meeting, the board approved employing Tom Stogsdill as director of development in a part-time capacity. Tom has a heart for missions and serves First Baptist Church in Allen, Texas as deacon missions / outreach liaison. He has been on multiple mission trips and is involved weekly in the church’s evangelism ministry. Tom has extensive fundraising experience, starting with church capital campaign consulting. Since 1988 he served as chief de
Publishing Bibles and Christian books in Spanish is not an easy task. We are constantly asking the Lord for guidance and wisdom to decide what needs to be published and how to publish it. Baptist Spanish Publishing House has an editorial line that for more than 110 years has been unwavering and committed to God’s Word. Our passion is to publish resources that communicate the message of Jesus Christ and contribute to the formation of His disciples. This, perhaps, makes our wor
7 MEMBERS The current BSPH Foundation Board is made up of 7 men and women from California, Texas, Tennessee, and Mexico. Officers include a President and Vice-President and a non-voting Treasurer. In 2018, these leaders will meet in March and August in the DFW area. OUR 1 PURPOSE “To obtain resources for the communication of the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Hispanic peoples of the world through the Baptist Spanish Publishing House.” 389 DONORS Since 2001 our donors have insp
One of the greatest privileges I have as General Director of the BSPH is being able to interact with our writers. All of them give evidence of their Christian character and express in their writings what they believe and live. One author responds to the urge to instruct, delight and transform people in order to help them in their faithful walk with Christ. Another writer talks to his readers by conveying what he believes, and tries to help others with his ideas. In any case,
I’m not afraid of failure. I’m afraid of succeeding at things that don’t matter. —William Carey Last year my wife and I met an interesting young woman who was vacationing in our city. Ana was raised in Spain but works in London. She is a very successful sales person for a computer software company. When I asked her why she decided to take her vacation in our city, she said, “I’m searching for the purpose of life.” Rarely have I found anyone more focused and clear about their
I am a member of the Foundation Board of the Baptist Spanish Publishing House, also known as Editorial Mundo Hispano / Casa Bautista de Publicaciones, one of the oldest among evangelical publishing houses with 112 years serving Christians. The BSPH began its work with Dr. Jones Edgar Davis and Mary Gamble Davis, Baptist missionaries from Missouri. They were appointed as missionaries in July 2014 and arrived in Toluca, Mexico in December of the same year. With the “press fund”
Not all that glitters is gold. There are books and there are books, publications and publications. The central character of the famous Spanish literary work, Don Quixote knew this, and among the many books of chivalry that circulated during his time, he chose just a few titles to keep in his private library. The rest were sentenced to the stake, to be fuel the flames. The famous Hidalgo, sane in his madness, knew how to discern between good and bad literature. Daily, printing