Lessons

I Will Meet You

Are you eager to meet your Hispanic neighbors? Do you want to introduce them to your pastor or friend? Here are a few key phrases that will help you as you “meet and greet” your Hispanic friends and neighbors.

Our God Is . . .

How important it is to know our God and to share about Him when speaking in Spanish. Here are a number of Biblical common phrases and descriptions of God’s attributes and actions.

 

Friendly Greetings

Would you like to begin a simple conversation in Spanish? Do you want a few common phrases, questions or greetings to ease you into building relationships with Hispanics you may know? Here are just a few greetings to get you talking!

 

Going out to Eat

A great way to learn Spanish is to visit a restaurant that serves Hispanic food. Here are some introductory phrases that will make your dining experience enjoyable and provide a way for you to show you are interested in their lives and souls.

 

Praying in Spanish

A great way to practice learning Spanish is to pray in Spanish. It’s good to keep a running list of Spanish phrases (praises, confession, petitions, etc.) that you can use in prayer. Let us suggest the following to get you started.

 

Greetings Review 

How many of these Spanish phrases and words do you remember? Below is a review of some Spanish phrases that were in the first issue of our Reaching Hispanics online magazine. How many do you remember?

 

Inviting People to Church

A great reason to learn Spanish is to invite and encourage Hispanics to consider coming to a church service or special ministry event. Here are a few phrases that might help you accomplish that task.

 

Beginning Greetings

A great way to begin to minister to Hispanics is to learn a few words in their native language. Here are some basic greetings! You will quickly win the hearts of Hispanics when they see and hear your efforts to learn their native tongue.

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