South American Division

Little Evangelists in Ecuador Lead 61 New Friends to Baptism

More than 300 children preached during the Children's Week of Prayer in southern Ecuador.

Ecuador
Andrea Delgado and Norka Choque, South American Division, with ANN Staff
Child preacher during the Week "God knows, He takes care of you."

Child preacher during the Week "God knows, He takes care of you."

[Photo: Southern Ecuadorian Mission Communication]

“God knows, He takes care of you” is what the Evangelismo Kids (Evangelism Kids) prayer week was called. More than 300 children in southern Ecuador were the main preachers. During this day, 61 new friends were baptized.

This day, held from May 11 to 18, 2024, showed the little ones' ability and gifts to talk about the Bible and make calls from the purity of their hearts. The Adventist Church seeks to equip all generations to preach the gospel.

Bella Bastidas, the ministry's leader, underscores the crucial role of community involvement in nurturing the spiritual development of children: “Parents, teachers, leaders, we must all be included in the spiritual growth of children. The church's activities are designed for them to be an active part of preaching in their small groups, missionary actions, weeks like 'Kids Evangelism', where we enhance their gifts for Christ. We must be united by this generation of future preachers and support them in spreading the message of Jesus' return.”

This year, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in southern Ecuador has prioritized the continuous training of children to become evangelists. As a result, more than 800 children are participating in all church activities, including Bible studies with the Missionary Mailmen project, where the children are currently providing Bible studies to their friends, neighbors, and family.   

[Photo: Southern Ecuadorian Mission Communication]

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

Photo: MES Communications

The original article was published on the South American Division Spanish website.

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