David & Joyce Reed
David & Joyce Reed

[world map] Iberoamerica and the Caribbean Iberoamerica and the Caribbean
[pie chart]79%Support Pledged
Discipleship Discipleship
Theological Education Theological Education
Training and Capacity Building Training and Capacity Building
Joyce and David serve as regional consultants alongside partner Baptist conventions in Iberoamerica and the Caribbean with a focus on spiritual renewal, spiritual formation and vocational calling. Their goal is to draw people into a deeper experience with God through spiritual disciplines such as stillness, listening, prayer, creative worship and spiritual companionship.

To do this, Joyce and David will offer retreats at which pastors and leaders can find rest, renewal and resources for self-care. They will develop curriculums for spiritual formation courses to be taught in theological schools. They will also mentor young people who sense a call to ministry.
Projects, Journals & News

I am aware that there is an invitation regarding hospitality that reaches deep into who I am in Christ.  My invitation might be an attitude shift, some sort of activism, hospitality with a person I have not met, or to love others I already know with greater intention and awareness.


“How many of you wanted to quit at some point during the first year?”  I stood a little dumfounded as I saw each of the 16 students raise a hand. What keeps you going when you want to quit? Read what motivated a group of Brazilian students to persevere!


Each summer missionaries gather for rest and renewal. David and Joyce now play an integral role in ministering to their colleagues at this annual conference. Read why spiritual renewal is a key component to thriving in an overseas ministry context.

Graduates of The Masters of Theological Studies Program | ROOTED AND ESTABLISHED

The month of May means graduation. All over the country, and all over the world. Parents, teachers, professors, friends, and family gather to celebrate finishing, and new beginnings. What would you say is the predominant emotion in May? Pride. The good kind. Esteem. The empowering kind. Hope. The Kingdom of God kind.

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