Dennis and Jeanne Cook are 1980 graduates of RHEMA Bible Training Center, called to the mission field in Panama. Sensing the Holy Spirit’s direction to minister to the Choco Indians there, they established their base in the Darien Jungle, considered by National Geographic as the densest jungle of the world. Their work includes the establishment of churches throughout the various villages, a ministerial association to unify and mentor pastors from various denominations, Ministers Conferences in Central America, Colombia and Brazil, and a robust children’s ministry, Children Reaching Children, that reaches into every village.
In 2001, they erected a radio tower on their compound and pioneered Christian radio in the Darien Jungle through Radio Vida. Reaching 70,000 people daily, this station provides radio Bible school for the support and mentoring of pastors through sound doctrine and instruction, Christian music, and testimonies from local people about God’s... More > intervention into their lives.< Less
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