Retired Army general Rodolfo Interiano, from Honduras, and his wife Eva, from Mexico, minister to military and police officers throughout Latin America. Based in the U.S., they disciple many through visits and Whatsapp groups. They are rejoicing as they see military leaders of Honduras–a nation wracked by crime and poverty–take new steps of faith.
In May, Rodolfo and Eva trained 30 Christian officers of the National Police in the capital, Tegucigalpa, in spiritual multiplication. Representatives from all seven divisions of the police attended.
The officers went to the National Academy of the Police to share the gospel, as part of the training. Rodolfo gave a short talk to about 400 cadets. Afterward, 260 stayed to hear how to know God personally.
The newly trained officers shared their faith with the cadets, and 121 cadets indicated giving their lives to Christ. One of the officers who had shared Christ for the first time commented, “I am so moved today. Every one of the nine cadets I spoke with received Christ. I’m committing myself to discipling them.” The officers formed eight follow-up groups that day.
Other trainees formed groups after evangelistic outreaches at the University of the Police in Tegucigalpa, and at the Army Academy of Reserve in San Pedro Sula.
Earlier this year, Rodolfo had invited a group of Christian generals and admirals in Tegucigalpa to pray and study the Bible together. They committed themselves to opening doors for discipleship in the Army, Air Force, and Navy.
By October, the Interianos could see that the military leaders are building a spiritual movement. Officers are involved in discipleship, and cadets are winning cadets to Christ. The generals and admirals are themselves teaching and winning others to Christ.
Eva commented, “We are not worthy to see what the Lord is doing.” She and Rodolfo are in awe, because a transformed military will help to bring a new day of peace to Honduras.