(Ecuador CNSAM). Today, 26 of February, 2014, everything is ready. After a few months of prayer for a home to establish the headquarters and church location will be, at last it was found in Ibarra, Ecuador.
It is an opportunity to reach the young people of San Miguel de Ibarra, capitol of the Imbabura province, a region north of Ecuador. Sometimes called, “The White City”, it has pictures country sides, summertime climate and very friendly yet conservative people. In this cultural city where art, literature, painting, theater and history reign, Nazarene Extreme Ministry integrate the Gospel, affirming the Great Commission.
The Nazarene Extreme Ministries team is: David Pilco, Chase Howard, Priscila, Astrid Iveth, Rebecca Fahrni, Abigail de Cristo, Michaela Rimmer, Emily Strunk and Kurtis Strunk.
They will begin their service with a promise: “If my people that are called by my Name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and they repent of their wicked ways; then I will hear from Heaven, and I will forgive their sin and heal their land”.
“We believe in this promise from 2 Chronicles 7:14 for the city of Ibarra. Sunday March 2, 2014 will be our first service”, said Yoan Camacaro pastor of this new Nazarene community focused on youth.
Source: Leandro Longo.
Translation: Stephen Brown.