Dr. Saul Cruz

Dr. Saul Cruz (1954-2014) founded Armonia Ministries in Mexico City. Dr. Cruz attended National Autonomous University of Mexico where he earned a masters degree in clinical psychology and completed his doctoral research in this field. After several years in the area of business strategy for the pharmaceutical industry, he and his wife founded Armonia in 1983. He worked as a director with World Vision following the 1985 earthquake in Mexico City. He then served as part of the Board of Companerismo Estudiantil and the Board of Summer Institute of Linguistics. He participated in the creation of National Association of Indigenous Translators, as well as in several international movements including Care and Counsel as Mission, which is part of the Lausanne Movement, and was a member of the Panel of Reference for the Micah Network. Dr. Cruz also spent time at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC), founded by John Stott. Dr. Saul Cruz continued in the work of Armonia until he was called home by his Lord on December 17, 2014

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The Language of Love in Missions

What are some practical ways that churches can carry out the Great Commission?

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Kingdom of Priests and a Holy Nation

How ought the Church see itself as a "kingdom of priests and a holy nation?"

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The Impact of the Gospel

What impact should the gospel have on our everyday lives? (Spanish with English subtitles)

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