LATCOM

New Castle, PA

Founded: 1984

Tel: (724) 924-9070

Website: http://www.LATCOM.org

Top LeaderMr. Timothy A. Ramsey

Donor Contact: Mr. Timothy A. Ramsey

Member Since: March 28, 1995


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $642,821
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $29,318
   Total Revenue $672,139
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $681,608
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-9,469
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-9,469
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Total Assets $461,352
Total Liabilities $11,458
Net Assets $449,894
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LATCOM's goal is that every man, woman, and child, in the countries where it works, shall hear the Word of God so that they may clearly understand God's salvation plan in Jesus Christ. LATCOM does this by proclaiming Christ to Latin America through training, equipping, and motivating Christian leaders and communicators to reach their countries with the Gospel.

Since 2005, Monteblanco has become known as the best Christian camp in Bolivia and one of the top in Latin America. At least 6,000 campers attend each year. Monteblanco provides retreats, seminars, and conferences for youth, students, and today's leaders, with original programs lead by a dedicated and excellent staff. http://www.latcom.org.camp.html http://latcom-mission.blogspot.com
In any nation, twenty percent of its population makes the decisions for the rest of society, and true power resides in the hands of less than five percent of the leadership. In a sense, this secular "minority" is an un-reached people group. Since 2000, LATCOM has been targeting military, police, and public officials throughout Latin America for evangelism and leadership training. http://www.latcom.org/leaders.html http://latcom-mission.blogspot.com
There are approximately 400 tribal groups in the Amazon basin. In some countries, access has been restricted, and secular anthropologists have undermined many evangelized groups. In cooperation with other missions, LATCOM has launched a project to re-equip tribal leaders with skills and knowledge to lead their peoples. http://www.latcom.org/leaders.html http://latcom-mission.blogspot.com
Strong families make strong churches, and strong churches make strong communities. Strong churches need empowered leaders. LATCOM prepares pastors and lay leaders to be strong and ethical leaders. In the developing wordld, 95% of pastors are bi-vocational and non-professional. We provide additional training so church leaders can truly make a difference in their communities. http://www.latcom.org/leaders.html http://latcom-mission.blogspot.com
In 2010 our naitonal missionaries launched NETS, an evangelism and church planting effort in Bolivia's Lomerio region. "Redes" is the Spanish word for "nets", and REDES is an acronym for Relating, Evangelizing, Discipling, Training, and Serving. But NETS is more than church planting. Project leaders engage their communities in ways to help in their daily lives, such as health, hygiene, and micro-businesses. http://www.latcom.org/nets.html http://latcom-mission.blogspot.com
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