Workers

Daniel Hurtado
Daniel Hurtado is a BCMS supported pastor/teacher. He preaches often in his local church in Los Ciruelitos (Iglesia Bautista Eterno Dios) in the city of Santiago and at the church in Hato Mayor (Iglesia Bautista Hato Mayor) in Santiago. He is married and desires to continue his theological training and work in fulltime ministry. Daniel speaks English and Spanish and is currently involved with us in a translation project for a book on church planting and early church practice. Daniel loves reading, teaching and music and desires to help get more sound resources into the Spanish language.




Leonel Riviere
Leonel is a BCMS supported evangelist. He has worked with us in Esperanza, Dominican Republic and presently lives and serves in Ounaminthe, Haiti and has a passion for preaching the Gospel. He is a widower and lives with his three children. He is fluent in Spanish, French and Haitian Creole and serves in his local church. His main ministry is evangelism and soon Bible distribution. Leonel is also working with us in the translation of resources into Haitian Creole.










Antonio is a BCMS supported missionary. He lives and has served as a missionary to the Dominican Republic since 2012 (under Salgado DR Mission). Originally from Tampa, Fl., his wife Christen and four of their five children reside with him in Santiago, Dominican Republic. Antonio is fluent in English and Spanish, and some Haitian Creole. He has served in three church plants in Esperanza, Boruco and Piedra Gorda and by God´s grace, has planted a church in Santiago (Iglesia Bautista Hato Mayor). Antonio enjoys theology, teaching, translating (sermons, conferences, articles, etc.), and is the Director of BCMS.

From Antonio: “Apart from the church that has been planted in Hato Mayor, (who we still work with, support and has many needs itself), we are about the supporting, teaching, visiting and encouraging of these other men preparing for or already in ministry. We are working to create a network of churches and individuals from the U.S., together with the nationals in the field (presently Dom. Rep. And Haiti) who have gifts of evangelism and/or teaching and preaching. These men need tools and resources to reach and teach their own people with the Gospel. Our desire is to not interfere with the local churches they may be in, but rather help those churches, by equipping these men to better serve and glorify God right where the Lord has them. “