Baptists in Cuba growing amid unique challenges
By Tony Cartledge
SANTIAGO DE CUBA — Make a mental list of places where Baptist work is growing, and chances are it wouldn’t include Cuba — but it should.
The Eastern Baptist Convention of Cuba (EBCC) has seen remarkable growth during the past decade. After more than a century of tepid growth that was almost completely stymied during the first two decades of Fidel Castro’s Socialist revolution, Baptists have found a sure footing for growth.
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