Lee Bueno-Auguer is a conference speaker, author, composer, soloist, and evangelist, both overseas and in the United States. For close to thirty years, she and her late husband, Elmer, conducted major evangelistic crusades in Latin America, establishing churches using their own portable, inflatable building. The building was two-thirds the size of a football field and seated three thousand people. They called it "La Catedral de Air," or "The Air Cathedral."
Lee has recorded nine albums both in English and Spanish. For three years, she was a regular soloist on the PTL Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, and more recently she traveled as a soloist for the Benny Hinn Crusades. She was a featured soloist on over 400 "Buenos Amigos" ("Good Friends") Spanish programs, hosted by her husband and produced by her son, Chris. These programs helped them to pioneer Christian television in more than sixteen Latin American countries on 200 stations, drawing an audience of 25 million viewers every week and bringing the Gospel into the privacy of the Latin home.
More recently, Lees focus is on public school teachers both in Latin America and the U.S. Using a Teacher of the Year award event called "Celebracion Buenos Amigos," or "Good Friend Celebration," the educators are invited to join Lee as honored guests where gifts and awards are given as part of an evangelistic outreach to the teachers. The program includes the distribution of El libro de Vida, or The Book of Hope, containing the stories of Jesus and 100 questions for an open-book quiz. Lee continues to travel in full-time ministry using her vocal talents and inspirational speaking to challenge Christians in their walk with God.