Well, the Teenagers of 20 years ago who used to gather in the Puerto Rico highway greens and in abandoned warehouses and worship Jesus [los CATACUMBAS] are mostly now parents of teenagers themselves. So many local Catacumbas are now mainstream Spirit-Filled churches in the Island. They went through their growing pains, and they still have outdoor meetings in many places. They still put up the little painted "country" signs along the roads [for example: "No eres un accidente, Dios te ama", "Cristo te ama", etc.]; I wish that movement was here in New Jersey, to slow down some of the materialism around here and the EVIL around here... (I feel ashamed to live in a state where the "maskot" is a devil.) That is all I know, for now, but if I hear any more I'll let you know.