Spain is experiencing a whirlwind of change. Recent years of economic growth, increasing secularism, and the impact of a liberal government have served to dull people to their tremendous need for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Traditionally known as a bastion for the Roman Catholic Church, many Spaniards have stopped going to church and no longer believe in God. The void left behind is being filled by secularism, materialism, gambling, and the occult. Waves of immigrants from North Africa are flooding Spain’s job market and contributing to rising social tensions. And yet, the Evangelical Church has experienced growth in recent decades.