LEE CUESTA may be available to write for you. Contact him if you have a book or article that needs to be written or ghost-written. The summary below illustrates his ability to conduct on-site research and interviews (including photos), meet deadlines, and generate print and web stories that elicit international response.

Summary of Published Works by Lee Cuesta*

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Correspondent for World Pulse, the Billy Graham Center’s Wheaton-based publication
The majority of these were written while I was living and working in Mexico.

Article titles:

- Overcoming the Void (Magazine for Latin leaders survives problems, thrives)
- Good Things from Small Packages (Ministry mobilizes minority groups in Asia to reach their neighbors)
- More Heat Than Light? (Symposia tackle perceived ills of Latin efforts in North Africa)
- Martyrs and Exiles in Southern Mexico (Three-part series. Part 1: Evangelical leaders face distinct problems. Part 2: Caciques rule the highlands of Chiapas. Part 3: Evangelicals in Chiapas answer religious intolerance with practical assistance)
- Partners in Pain (Agencies cooperate to help workers in harm’s way)
- New Times, New Tools (Mission Aviation Fellowship takes off on info superhighway)
- Attacks in Chiapas continue despite religious liberty law (Mexican believers persecuted)
- Mexican law for religious freedom brings risk of government control
- Rich Man, Poor Man (Mexico’s peso crash impacts missions, churches differently)
- Calm Before Another Storm? (Persecuted believers in Chiapas forgotten again)

Articles reprinted by other publications
These demonstrate the wide interest in, and broad applicability of, my writing.

Publication and article titles:

- InterLit (“International Magazine of Christian Publishing,” published by Cook Communications Ministries International); Overcoming the Void (Apuntes Pastorales reaches pastors in every Spanish-speaking country. OCI journalist reports on the magazine’s strategy for success) Reprinted from Pulse.
- Indian Life (Published by Intertribal Christian Communications, Inc., of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada); Martyrs and Exiles in Southern Mexico. Three-part series with photos reprinted from Pulse.
- Apuntes Pastorales (Co-published by Desarrollo Cristiano Internacional and the Luis Palau Evangelistic Association); Las 6 Marcas Distintivas del Discipulado. Adapted from El Faro.
- Consejero Bíblico; Las seis marcas distintivas del discipulado, with sidebar: Rompiendo el hielo; comenzando un grupo de discipulado. Reprinted from Apuntes Pastorales.

Articles with photographs
As a resourceful journalist, I can provide quality photographs with my writing.

- Martyrs and Exiles in Southern Mexico (Three-part series.) Published both in Pulse and Indian Life.
- Sweep Your Own Chimney. Published in Northwest Magazine.

Devotional and Practical, Spiritual Instruction

Magazine and article title:

- Christian Life; Wait – And Be Successful
- Prisma (Mexico City); Espere – y Encuentre el Exito (Spanish translation of article above)
- El Faro (Mexico City); Las Seis Marcas Distintivas del Discipulado Verdadero y Práctico (This is the original article, written in Spanish, that spawned several reprints and an English translation.)
- Apuntes Pastorales; Las 6 Marcas Distintivas del Discipulado (Adapted from article above)

Letters to the Editor and Opinion Columns
These validate my ability to express a voice in the public forum.

Publication and titles:

- Eternity magazine: Full Count – America’s Sports Craze (with Charles D. Holsinger; full-length article)
- The Fresno Bee (Valley Voices column): Restitution delivers practical social benefits

The Gazette:
- Dr. Seuss Was Wrong (“Cat in the Hat teaches kids it’s OK to misbehave”)
- Since when has April 22 become Secretaries’ Day? (Bible gives best reason to save Earth)
- Handicapped Parking – Reserved spaces illustrate law’s inequity (This letter generated quite a community-wide response, eventually prompting an editorial.)

Book Review

- EMQ (Evangelical Missions Quarterly); Boundaries


Northwest Magazine:
- “Lament for the Seventies”
- “How to Survive an Earthquake”

- Designed, edited and produced Desafío Transcultural (quarterly)
- Editor of corporate publication, Lost & Found
Staff writer
- Oregon Daily Emerald
- Reporter (with many local news articles published)

*This list is not exhaustive.