Thursday, April 27, 2006

Cuban-American ascends to spiritual leadership role

I have in past ocassions expressed my delight when a Cuban-American ascends to the highest levels of any organization or enterprise in this country or anywhere in the world. If you think this is being braggadocious, you are right! Nothing makes me more proud than to see people, not just Cuban-Americans that have climbed to great heights through hard work, while expecting little in return and in the process gaining much. In this case Carlos Ferrer has done just that and in no better enterprise than in God's business.
Carlos Ferrer named NAMB’s interim leader

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP)—As far as the North American Mission Board goes, Carlos Ferrer has journeyed full circle.

Ferrer, 55, is temporarily leading NAMB – the same Southern Baptist entity which in the 1960s aided a young Carlos and his family after they escaped in the darkness from Fidel Castro’s brutal regime in communist Cuba.
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1 comment:

Charlie Bravo said...

I hope he uses his position to tell Mr. Bush that the dry-foot wet-foot is criminal and Anti Christian.