Palm Missionary Ministries, Inc., exists primarily to enable and facilitate the development of national ministers working within their own country.  Along with making disciples, which form new local congregations or become part of existing local congregations, we will also develop programs that seek to meet social and humanitarian needs in the areas where our ministers are working.  

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Our Workers

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THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

Empowering the evangelical and baptist churches of Ecuador, Latin America, and USA (hispanic world), through theological education, books & literature, pastoral training programs, leadership development, educative management, bioethics, and pastoral & family ministries, to become mature bodies of Christ, to in turn carry out the Great Commission around of the World.

THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

Working with the local Quichua church in Chimborazo in training church leaders, and developing community projects.

PASTORAL TRAINING

Serving pastors and church leaders with biblical training, mentoring and counseling.

Estuardo & Mariana Lopez

LITERACY

Teaching adults and youth to read and write and using the classes as a tool for evangelization.

Estuardo works with the Ecuadorian Evangelical Fellowship which represents the Church before the Government, and also works in training churches and leaders.

Ramiro & Mercy Baez

EDUCATION

Pastor, Director of two Christian schools, National Director of the Berean Church, and National Director of Samaritans Purse.

Angel & Marlene Aguirre

PRISON MINISTRY

Directing a bible institute in the prison in Latacunga, Ecuador, which includes theology classes as well as training Christian leaders within the prison.

COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION

Expressing the Love of Christ through a wholistic ministry approach.  Our Community Health Education programs provide basic training benefiting everyone. 

Pedro Pablo Morocho

PASTORING AMONG QUICHUA

Pastor of the Santos Pamba Quicha Christian & Missionary Alliance Church.  He is currently president of the Ecuadorian Quicha Christian & Missionary Alliance Church.  The Santos Pamba church runs an after school program for children in the community providing tutoring help and a meal. The church also has a pre-school class meeting every day. 

Fernando & Teresa Lay

PASTORING IN QUITO

Pastoring the Evangelical Church of Iñaquito in North Quito.  The church has 5 services on Sunday.  The goal of the church is to return to each home the biblical and spiritual formation (Dt.6:6-9). They are also involved in unifying the Evangelical churches in Ecuador.

Edwin Brown

PRISON MINISTRY

Working in the Ecuadorian jail system preaching, providing discipleship courses and hope for those in prison.

Pastor Dario and Lucia Tello

PASTORING IN GUAYAQUIL

Founder of RESTAURACION church, located in Guayaquil, Ecuador, since 1996.
Bringing the Word of God to areas of much economic and spiritual need in the city, as well as in sister/missionary  churches located in the jungle area of Esmeraldas, Ecuador.

Ricardo & Gloria Hidalgo

MINISTRY IN THE AMAZON JUNGLE

Ricardo and Gloria Hidalgo live in Pucallpa, Peru, an entrance city to the Amazon Rain forest.  Since 2002 they have dedicated their lives to helping the indigenous peoples of the upper Amazon jungle.  Using the river as a transportation highway, they travel by boat to help over 100 villages with water filters, transporting medical teams for onsite treatment, sharing the gospel and providing education.

Lorenzo and Luz Maria Cepeda

PASTORING AMONG THE QUICHUA

Founded and pastor the church “La Bondad de Dios” located in Santo Domingo Ecuador.  It is an indigenous Quichua church.  They also sponsor two daughter churches located in Chimborazo, Ecuador.  Lorenzo has had the opportunity to travel and preach in other countries.

Jamie and Corina Betancourt

PASTORING IN QUITO

Pastor of The Iglesia Evangelica Comite del Pueblo.  The church has started a daughter church that is about 2 hours outside of Quito.  A Haitian church was displaced as a result of an earthquake a few years ago and are now using the first floor of the church as their meeting place.

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