Who are they?
Bonita is a devoted theological educator and humanitarian worker, committed to making a lasting impact in Cuba. Originally from Canada, her journey began with a short-term mission trip to Cuba in 2001, where she felt a clear calling from God to return and minister in the island nation. Despite historical restrictions on full-time ministry in Cuba, Bonita played a crucial role in overcoming these challenges, focusing on theological education. Her primary goal is not only to teach students but also to educate new professors, ensuring the continued spread of a deeper knowledge of God's Word to Cuban pastors.
In addition to her educational endeavours, Bonita has been actively engaged in discreet humanitarian work for many years, a legacy she shared with her late husband Alberto. The reach of their projects has been expanding, contributing to the well-being of communities in need. For detailed information about these projects, interested individuals are encouraged to contact Bonita directly.
Bonita's ministry history is marked by resilience and dedication. She and Alberto ministered together across the entire island for 15 years until Alberto's unfortunate passing in March 2021 due to complications of coronavirus. Bonita herself fell into a coma but experienced a miraculous restoration, prompting her return to Cuba to continue her mission and service. Her story is one of unwavering commitment, showcasing her determination to spread God's Word and contribute positively to the lives of those in Cuba.
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