Born in Puerto Rico, Luis had a love for missions. He moved his family to Utah, where Mormonism touches every part of the culture, including the more than 300,000 Hispanic residents.
In a place where it seems like everyone is Mormon, it’s easy to feel alone.
Most Hispanics work two or three jobs in West Valley. When Luis sees hardworking men come to a weeknight church event, he knows they are serious about the Lord and hold potential to become new planters.
“We need more planters to start more churches that can communicate truth,” says Luis. “In a place where it seems like everyone is Mormon, it’s easy to feel alone. But I know our church, the people we’re sending out and the many who support us through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering are part of something bigger. One day very soon, we’re going to have Hispanic churches sharing the gospel all over Utah.”