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Josue Raimundo, pastor of Iglesia biblica Dela Gracia (Grace Bible Church) in Arlington, VA, returns to "Iron Sharpens Iron" to address: "Tragedy in Haiti: How Christians Can Help in the Aftermath of the Worst Haitian Earthquake in Two Centuries (Part Two)".
Josue Raimundo hails from the Dominican Republic. He is married to Terri, who grew up as a missionary's child in Peru.
Josue's first profession was in medicine. His medical background prompted him to do voluntary work in a missionary hospital and clinics in Haiti from 1981-1984.
Josue is also member of the Pastors for the Caribbean, an organization recently formed to train pastors in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and to channel aid to those countries.
Josue has been sought after to speak or teach in both English and Spanish-language settings. His teaching reaches across generations and cultures, with depth of insight and a great love and respect for the Word of God. He teaches theology, Bible survey and in-depth studies of
the books of the Bible. Josue has taught about family-life issues and theology, both in Northern Virginia and other US states, as well as in foreign countries. He presently teaches and disciples about ten men in Arlington.
Josue also is the head of the Spanish speaking division of Carey University Ministries (based in Ontario, Canada). He is in charge of training pastors in Latin America. Two countries with which he has has been involved through this ministry are Peru and the Dominican Republic.
For further information on how you and your church can help in the midst of this crisis in Haiti, contact Josue Raimundo at firstname.lastname@example.org.