Voces de Fe: el Reverendo Gabriel Salguero

July 22, 2016

“Para mí, sería un gran logro poder terminar con el hambre para el año 2030. Pudiera decirles a mis hijos - tengo dos hijos – decirles, nuestra generación fue parte de la solución, no solo gritamos a los vientos. Hicimos algo, no. Será un gran jubileo que de parte de nuestra fe pudimos contribuir al fin del hambre para el año 2030. Yo soy cristiano. Yo transacto en la esperanza. La esperanza vive en nosotros y decir que pudimos poner un fin al hambre sería un gran logro y un gran testimonio a la fe cristiana.”

El reverendo Gabriel Salguero es fundador de la Coalición Nacional Latina Evangélica (NaLEC, por sus siglas en inglés), una organización que se enfoca en la reconciliación racial. También es pastor de la Iglesia El Calvario en Orlando, Florida con su esposa, la reverenda Jeanette Salguero.

Si te gustaría saber por qué el reverendo Gabriel Salguero cree que los cristianos deben trabajar para acabar con el hambre, ve un breve video de su entrevista. Y cuando termines, no olvides firmar la promesa para Acabar con el Hambre en la misma página que el video.

Lo Que Dicen Otros Líderes de Fe

Este mensaje visual es parte de una serie de videos de líderes de fe que será publicada en el Blog de Bread a partir de hoy, y hasta las elecciones de noviembre. Los líderes de fe explicarán por qué su tradición religiosa afirma que trabajar para acabar con el hambre es importante, y qué dice la Biblia acerca del fin del hambre.

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