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Ecuador: Encamina

Ecuador: Encamina

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ENCAMINA is a missionary-ministry training and assistance center located in Quito, Ecuador, whose ministry guiding North Star is to prepare God’s people to reach all ethnic groups of the world so that they can also hear the name of Jesus Christ and become Kingdom participants and workers.

To reach this urgent goal, ENCAMINA has four focuses:

  1. TRAINING FOR MISSION: preparing and equipping those with a clear call to reach the Nations.
  2. MISSIONARY MOBILIZATION: raising the vision of the local church and its leadership to intentionally and actively obey the divine commission to reach all ethnic groups among the Nations.
  3. MINISTRY SKILL DEVELOPMENT: assist Kingdom workers with a call to reach all ethnic groups in the development of their ministry (evangelistic and discipleships) skills to reach all ethnic groups.
  4. MISSIONARY AND KINGDOM WORKERS HOLISTIC ASSISTANCE: to provide pastoral care for those who have suffered and are suffering in their service for God with the purpose of providing a place where they can be encouraged and lifted up during the daily spiritual battle.

The ministry plan of ENCAMINA is to see in three years:

  • 30 Kingdom workers prepared and equipped with the vision to make world disciples in Ecuador and in ethnic groups in the world, especially in the 10/40 window, where the majority of the unreached peoples are found.
  • 15 Kingdom Building churches preparing and equipping their peoples to be Acts 1:8 World Disciples and Makers of World Disciples with the vision to reach all ethnic groups (nations), especially among the 10/40 window.

The method used is to conduct equipping sessions during the week with the exception of July and August when the training participants experiment missions during a missions trip within Ecuador and sometimes outside of Ecuador.

For more information or to invest in the training and support ministry, changing lives eternally, please contact ENCAMINA directly.

To see more and to stay in touch, view Mark and Nancy Summers’ page HERE.