Ecuador | OM World Mission News

God instead of a gun

A story of God's grace and the life changing transformation of Juan and his family in Santay Island, Ecuador.

A Child's answered prayer

Jean Pierre's prayer was answered during a Christmas celebration with OM in La Estancia/Simón Bolívar which was impacted by the 2016 earthquake.

Awakening Latin America

Doulos had a transforming impact on Latin America and its church. To this day, it is remembered as the initiator of the mission movement in...

No one too small to be a mobiliser

Nathan Schmutz, an OMer working in Latin America, shares how a five year-old girl embodies OM's new mission statement.

Bringing hope and love to children

Candy Arteaga, serving with OM Ecuador, brings the love and hope of Jesus to children in a local hospital.

Shoulders to work alongside and to cry on

Carmita from the city of Pedernales and Rosita from the community of La Estancia acknowledge God's work through the OM teams sent to their people...

While in His presence

The figures of impact were impressive during a recent medical outreach in the indigenous region of Guamote in Ecuador. But only because He showed up.

Taking the leap

The lives of children in a small Ecuadorian community are changed through the love of an OM and short-term team during a week of VBS.

Salvation comes while waiting for healing

OM Ecuador team member Candy Arteaga shares a story that demonstrates how God leads us to Himself, even while we wait for healing.

Honouring the Lord, answering the call

Dr. Eddie and Jeanette Moore share testimonies and lessons in faith as newly appointed OM Ecuador interim country leaders.

Impacting youth in Cañar

“Jesus really died for me?” asks one child during a recent outreach in Cañar, where OM witnesses God impact many through sports and Bible study.

Impacting lives, changing a community

OM Ecuador's annual mission school (ECTM) impacts 13 lives, while changing one community.

OM Ecuador Medical Brigade: A narrative of change

God heals physical and spiritual lives during OM Ecuador’s 2014 Medical Brigade in the Saraguro Canton region of Ecuador.

Impacting survivours of trafficking one climb at a time

“I climb in the name of the young women we serve,” said Boris Salinas, who will participate in a Freedom Climb event on 26 April.

to top ^