No More Violence Presentation/Training in Arlington, TX

Learn how to establish a culture of PEACE in our communities.

Join us for a presentation and training session July 28 & 29, 2017. Click here to reserve your spot!

July 28 & 29
Friday 28: 7pm – 9pm
Saturday 29: 9am – 2pm (lunch included) Cost: $30.00

Location: Lake Arlington Baptist Church
2912 Little Rd. Arlington, Tx

More information: 817.287.8130

We look forward to seeing you there!


The USA Team

David Balyeat, NMV International President

David was a part of the beginning of No Más Violencia with a group of men in Argentina while he was a missionary with the International Mission Board in 1997. He returned to the United States in 2004 with a vision of taking the message of NMV to many more countries, and has continued to do just that. He also is Associate Pastor of a church in Dallas, Texas. David is married to Deborah Balyeat, author of Spanish with a Mission, and they have four children.


Richard Gomez, Secretary

Richard was a part of the beginning of No Más Violencia with a group of men in Argentina while he was the Director of JEBA, the Association of Baptist Youth of Argentina, in 1997. He now pastors a Hispanic Church in Dallas, Texas, while continuing the work of NMV throughout Latin America. Richard is married to Adriana, and they have a daughter.


Norberto Palmitano, Director

Norberto began his work in the ministry of NMV as a part of a key church in Argentina, participating in the soccer stadiums, schools and communities. He then was the first NMV missionary, taking the ministry to El Salvador, along with his wife and four children. He now lives in Dallas, Texas where he works at a church and also continues the work of NMV in Latin America and the U.S.


Diego Morcillo, Treasurer

Diego joined NMV International as the treasurer with his experience in the financial industry. He is passionate about good stewardship and also about NMV. He has been a part of the ministry since the beginning as a part of the Argentine Baptist Youth and participated as a volunteer at soccer games passing out fliers and taking the flag onto the soccer fields in Argentina in 2000-2002. As a part of the team now, he seeks to use the resources available wisely and to the glory of God. Diego is married to Alicia, and they have two small children.