Hugo and Miriam Gomez – President of Global CHE Enterprises
Dr. Hugo and Miriam Gomez were first introduced to CHE in 1983 while they were working in a medical clinic in the highlands of Western Guatemala. Since then they have been training Christian leaders in the principles of CHE throughout Latina America. Over the years their ministry has grown to the place where the Gomez’s lead a team of 29 staff in 8 nations in Meso-America.
Jacob and Raquel Sotelo – Mexico
Before attending the CHE Internship Training in Nicaragua in 2008, Jacob and Raquel Sotelo were in pastoral ministry for 19 years. Originally based in the port city of Zihuatanejo, they have now moved to the Tarahumara Mission Hospital located in the Tarahumara Mountains in the State of Chihuahua. The Tarahumara people need the impact of the transformational wholistic development ministry of CHE and the partnership of the Mexico Medical Mission and GCE will be bringing much fruit in the Kingdom of God.
Adolfo and Mayra Leon – Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize
Adolfo Leon grew up in a Christian home in Honduras. After graduating from university as an Agricultural Engineer he went on to work for the government for 14 years teaching and training in his areas of expertise. One day his brother Edwin talked to him about CHE, but warned him that involvement in CHE resulted in “lots of work and little or almost no money”. Adolfo took the challenge of working with CHE in Honduras, and now leads the ministry of CHE in four nations of Central America.
Roger and Griselda Pavon – Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama
Roger and Griselda Pavon was first introduced to CHE through Dr. Gomez in 1999. Since then the Pavons have been involved in introducing CHE to numerous communities throughout Nicaragua. Their work with the Nehemiah Center (an interdenominational, inter-agency missions center) has enabled them to train scores of Christian leaders in the strategic ministry principles of CHE