Ecuador's rapid economic development has accentuated the gap between the wealthy and the poor, but God's Kingdom is expanding in Ecuador's poorest corners.
Natural disasters and social challenges have pushed many people to marginalization. Children in empoverished communities often grow up without strong role models or loving homes.
With help from donors like you, our ministry partners in Ecuador have started to see transformation in people’s lives and hearts through children’s ministries operating in barrios.
These ministries focus on children ages 3-11. Programs typically run during the weekends, providing children with a safe space to learn, eat and play. Children are taught to pray, and put their trust and hope in Jesus. They are also taught how to share that love with everyone around them. Reaching out to children has led to entire families opening their doors to the life-changing love of Jesus.
Your generosity can help even more children and their families be transformed by the Gospel!
Mia is a 10-year-old girl living in Paraiso de La Flor, a marginalized neighbourhood — known as a barrio — in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Mia met Christ while attending one of our children's ministries in her community.
Her thirst for learning more about the Gospel and sharing it is inspiring. So inspiring that she convinced her mother to attend church with her, and after experiencing her daughter's transformation first hand, her heart was also transformed by the Holy Spirit.
There are many children like Mia in Ecuador. Ready for the change that the Gospel brings even in the toughest of circumstances.
With your help, we want to reach at least 1,000 children. Children’s ministries are a cornerstone of evangelism in the region, as children become vessels of hope to their families and their communities.
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