Rafael Valter

Iglesia Bautista Agape, Georgia
Lead Church Planter
Stone Mountain Georgia
Iglesia Bautista Agape
May 31
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About My Family

I am happily married and the father of four.

About My Church Plant

Agape Baptist Church was born on July 7, 2019. In these few months we have mailed invitations to thousands of neighbors, personally delivered invitations and presented the gospel to hundreds of people, seen a dozen give their lives to Christ and seven recently baptized.

We are working to develop a worship team. Three of our youth are in music classes—two in guitar and one in piano. We think corporate worship is one of the most important things we do when we get together as a church, and we want to do it with excellence because God deserves it.

We have a discipleship program to develop leaders and to help our members grow spiritually. We are a vibrant church full of the Holy Spirit and doing everything we do for the glory of God.

NAMB Church Planting

Millions living in North America have not been reached with the gospel. But a new church makes change possible in an unreached neighborhood.
Send Network church planters immerse themselves in a community, learning the rhythms and culture as they establish relationships with the lost. A church plant grows out of the evangelism efforts of the planter and his core team.


Pray for my family. Pray for Iglesia Bautista Agape and the people whom God will bring to salvation through us. Pray for the leaders we already have and for the few faithful members. Pray for our young and for our future musicians, that they understand fully the seriousness of their role in the church. Pray for my health and that God protects my heart, mind and soul so I never take my eyes off from the reason of my existence—Him. Pray for provision; there is a lot we need to do the work we must.


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