J.D. & Rhonda Reed
J.D. & Rhonda Reed

[world map] Iberoamerica and the Caribbean Bolivia push-pin Bolivia
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Discipleship Discipleship
Theological Education Theological Education
Health and Wellness Health and Wellness
J.D. and Rhonda Reed have served in Bolivia since July 2011. J.D is a regional consultant for Theological Education throughout Iberoamerica and the Caribbean. He is the administrative coordinator for the Masters of Theological Studies Latino/a Ministries Program (MTS) for Palmer Seminary of Eastern University. He works with IM partners and global servants to help train pastors and church leaders throughout the region. Rhonda is a nurse (BSN) who oversees the House of Hope (Proyectos Esperanza) in the cities of Cochabamba and Santa Cruz. House of Hope encompasses an array of health and development ministries led by local churches focusing on urban ministries to families and at-risk women and children.
Projects, Journals & News
| In Her Words: Alyssa Chapman

Take a moment and get to know Summer Extern Alyssa Chapman and her time at the House of Hope Cochabamba.

| Spring Announcements and Recaps

Some quick updates about J.D. and Rhonda Reed and their ministries in Bolivia and throughout Iberoamerica and the Caribbean.

| Latin America – MTS Scholarships in Latino/a Ministries

This project seeks to raise $75,000 per semester to provide scholarships for Latino/a students.

Bolivia - Ministry Vehicle for the House of Hope | Bolivia – Ministry Vehicle for the House of Hope

The House of Hope is a ministry that supports and organizes numerous events and clinics almost every week to serve the working poor, women and children in and around Cochabamba, Bolivia. It is in desperate need of a van to aid in this ministry.

Bolivia - White Cross - Medical and Dental Supplies for the House of Hope | White Cross – Bolivia – Medical and Dental Supplies for the House of Hope

Your support will provide dental equipment, medications and vitamins to care for 300 children in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

| Coming Around Full Circle

I will never forget my first day. I had just finished college, started my first full-time student pastor job, got married, went on our honeymoon, moved to a new city and had officially begun “adulting.”