You may not know this, but the Center for Great Commission Studies at Southeastern maintains its own blog, Missions at Southeastern. This week, a group of SEBTS students and professors are proclaiming Christ on a mission trip to Guyana, a small nation of about 770,000 people in the northeast corner of South America. Guyana is a harvest field where about 150,000 people claim to be evangelical Christians, mostly Pentecostals. Nevertheless, about 40% of the population are Hindu, Muslim, or irreligious.
The mission team will be posting periodic blog updates during their trip. We hope you’ll check out Missions at Southeastern, follow the mission team’s activities, and pray for them while they share the good news in South America.