Raydel, (MCNet Latin America) – Last November Phil was able to spend some time with the leadership network that Raydel has been developing in Cuba. The ministry that he and his wife began, Samaritan Network, is part of the international Ministry Coaching Network (MCNet). They has created a small space in their home where they are able to gather these coaches and train them to equip other leaders across the country.
In a recent report Raydel writes:
The training center brings together a group from Camagüey (17 leaders including two pastors) including the name of the New Pines, the Pentecostal Church and Methodist respectively of this city the center-east. These leaders work in a church planting movement in homes with both a mission and urban model. Topics of training include teamwork and mentoring issues and emerging leadership development, which are covered over a full week. Also in the center of Santo Domingo, and Santa Clara, a group of 32 young leaders meet for first time for a conference on leadership vision of minsitry, exposing themselves to a summary of the curriculum for future Network training in 2016.
In the town of San Manuel, which belongs to the denomination of the New Pines, a local church youth group receives from beginning of the year that began the cycle of training workshops on leadership with a missionary profile again. This time the team of facilitators of the network shared with Pastor Mora Yuniesky topics on the implications of the Gospel for leadership and specifically among young people working in a society with increasing and distinctive features of a post-modern society and post Christian from which the new generation of believers is responsible for bringing the good news.