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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


  • Loja, Ecuador

    April 6-15, 2017

    Loja is the most unreached area of Ecuador, with less than 1% of the population having personal salvation through faith in Jesus. We will be holding medical clinics and offering free examinations and medicines as we work in the poorer barrios around the city of Loja. Read More ›

  • Sierra, Ecuador

    June 17-25, 2017

    Participants will work alongside church members in the highlands of Ecuador to plant new churches via a medical, dental, and eye clinics. There is a need for both physical and spiritual help in this area.

  • Cuenca/Azogues, Ecuador --EC17B

    June 23, 2017 - July 1, 2017

    During this trip, a medical and reading glass clinic will be offered in each church planting location. The Gospel will be presented as well as in-home, follow-up discipleship lessons to encourage the new believers to read God's Word. Read More ›

  • Guaranda, Ecuador

    July 14-22, 2017

    Guaranda, a city surrounded by mountains covered with fields of crops has few evangelical churches. The region is the second least-reached in the country. The pastors have a heart to reach not only the small mountainside farming communities outside the city, but towns nearby, most of which have no church presence at all but are so open to hearing about how a personal relationship with God will change their lives. Read More ›