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Hispanic Mission Conference Points Members to Jesus

By Samantha Young
Photos by Samantha Young


Anibal Hansell, a New Jersey pastor, chronicles the life of Jesus. Hansell’s dynamic sermon culminated in an altar call that brought many from the congregation forward to give their hearts to the Lord. The following morning, 10 people were baptized.

More than 500 men, women, and children attended Chesapeake Conference’s Hispanic Mission Conference themed “Let’s Show His Glory.” It was held at Highland View Academy and Mount Aetna Camp and Retreat Center, located in Hagerstown, Md. According to Eduardo Muñoz, conference treasurer and Hispanic Ministries coordinator, 80 percent of the conference’s Hispanic membership participated in the weekend events. Below are some highlights.











Anibal Hansell, a New Jersey pastor, chronicles the life of Jesus. Hansell’s dynamic sermon culminated in an altar call that brought many from the congregation forward to give their hearts to the Lord. The following morning, 10 people were baptized.

Members from Spanish churches throughout the conference gather to worship, hear solid preaching, attend seminars, and enjoy the music of vocal group Alabanza Pura and soloist Fausto Mercado.