By Peter Wigginton
Monday, March 28, 2016

‚ÄčTake a look at ministry in Ecuador: a collaboration of Central Plains Mennonite Conference, Iglesia Menonita de Quito (Quito Mennonite Church), Iglesia Cristiana Menonita de Colombia (Colombia Mennonite Church), and Mennonite Mission Network.


 


 

 

https://www.mennonitemission.net/blog/A glimpse of ministry in Ecuador

Peter and his wife, Delicia Bravo, live in Quito, Ecuador, with their daughter, Aliyah. They serve as partnership coordinators. They help to maintain the relationships among the partners, and manage partnership roles within Ecuador. Peter and Delicia also use their gifts in music, education, and children's and youth ministries in the programs of the Mennonite churches.

 

 



 

 

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