Mission’s Trip


14
Jul 2017
Ecuador Mission's Trip - Amazon Region

Our final days in Ecuador couldn’t have been better. Pastor Galo Montalvo organized a special service on Tuesday night especially for us and had Pastor Deanda preach as well as at the Wednesday night Bible study. Both services were such a blessing. We couldn’t believe it when Pastor Galo told us that we were the first group from America to visit their church and missions. We’re very excited to have him with us in January for our annual missions conference! Pastor Galo was such a wonderful host. Before sending us off to......

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12
Jul 2017
Ecuador Mission's Trip - Ambato

Our time in Ambato with Pastor Galo Montalvo has been especially eye opening. God has blessed richly the generosity of his people and their desire to reach their area with the Gospel. What a blessing it has been to share such sweet fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Christ whom we just met! Of the several missions that Pastor Montalvo helps, one in particular is truly in need. The church has dirt floors and no furniture, and since the pastor has no transportation, he has to walk for two hours before......

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09
Jul 2017
Ecuador Mission's Trip - Santo Domingo

God’s hand is clearly on Pastor Franco Loyola and Iglesia Bautista de la Fe. Our group has greatly enjoyed the fellowship of pastor Loyola and his family, as well as the gracious people of his church. His wife, Vanessa, and his two children Camila (19), a nursing student studying pediatric oncology at Pensacola Christian College, and Mateo (10) were wonderful hosts. Pastor Loyola has such a passion for the great commission. In ten years, he has started ten churches, seven of which already have a national pastor. Please pray that God would......

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08
Jul 2017
Ecuador Mission's Trip - Quito

The Lighthouse Baptist Church missions trip to Ecuador is off to a great start! Our first day in Quito, Ecuador, was spent learning the city and its people. Quito is the capital and the second most populous city next to Guayaquil with a population of about three million people. It is seventy-five miles long yet only two miles wide. Sunscreen is a must since we are almost two miles high on the eastern slope of Pichincha, an active stratovolcano in the Andes mountains. In Jules Verne fashion, we journeyed to the center......

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