CPLF: Hispanic Planting

July 23-24, 2019

Hispanic church planting is the topic for our July 23-24 CPLF gathering. During this gathering, we will present the results of our latest Hispanic church planting research, how to reach Hispanics, Hispanic culture, and planting Hispanic churches through a bivo/covo model. These are a few of the many topics that will be addressed at this CPLF on Hispanic Planting. This is an exclusive gathering open only to denominational and network leaders that are responsible for church planting. Click here to learn more about the CPLF.

If you are not yet a CPLF member, you must fill out the membership form on the homepage before you can register for this event. If you are already a CPLF member and have paid for your 2019 year’s membership, you can register for this specific event here. If you have questions, you can contact us here.

Conference Location:

  • Wheaton College

Speakers and Topics:

  • Choco De Jesus – Reaching Hispanics and Hispanic Culture
  • Ivan Montenegro – Planting Hispanic Churches with a Bivo/Covo Model
  • Elizabeth Rios – A Restoration/Community Engagement Strategy Toward Planting
  • Moises Rodriguez – The History of Church Growth in Cuba and A Contextualized Church Planting Strategy for Cuba
  • Scott McConnell and Daniel Yang – On the Hispanic Church Planting Study
  • Ed Stetzer – Church Planting Among Hispanics


  • July 23, 1:30-8:00 pm
  • July 24, 8:30-3:30pm

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