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Between the Galapagos Islands and the Amazon jungle, Ecuador is a truly rare and special place. Designated one of only 17 “megadiverse” countries, it is one of the few places where even wildlife is constitutionally protected.

Evangelical Christians have grown from just 17,000 in 1960 to 1.2 million today. Among the Quechua people, over 50% now proclaim Christ in certain regions where only a fraction had heard the Gospel just decades ago.  Still, much work needs to be done.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 15,654,411

Life Expectancy: 76 Years

Religions: Roman Catholicism (95%), Other (5%)

Languages: Spanish, Quechua

UPCOMING Ecuador MISSION TRIPS

  • Palestina, Ecuador

    October 2-10, 2015

    This coastal area of Ecuador has many villages without an evangelical church, but the people are hungry for the Good News of Jesus Christ. Come tell people about the difference God has made in your life.

  • Manta, Ecuador

    November 6-14, 2015

    The churches in the area of Manta, Ecuador, are ready to start new churches, telling the people how a personal relationship with God will change their lives and discipling them in their new life in Christ. Read More ›

  • Loja, Ecuador

    May 13-21, 2016

    We will be working in the Loja, Ecuador region which is the most unreached area of Ecuador. Our teams will go to poor barrios with medical teams where they'll have the opportunity to have medical issues addressed, hear the gospel and do a follow up bible study.

  • Puyo, Ecuador

    June 18-26, 2016

    Participants will work along side church members from churches planted in the Puyo area to plant new churches via a medical, dental, and eye clinics. Puyo is located in the high jungle of Ecuador and is an area of Ecuador where it the church planting vision has caught fire

  • Cuenca, Ecuador

    July 1-9, 2016

    Cuenca is not only surrounded by the beauty of the Andes Mountains, but also is the key location for teaching church planting throughout south central Ecuador.