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Bill and Connie McDonald arrived in Ecuador as missionaries in 1989. Since they arrived, they have pioneered the Pentecostal Evangelical church in the Andean region of Ecuador, headed the Latin American Childcare (LACC) program to plant schools with a Christ-centered focus throughout the nation, and founded the Unsión Foundation and Unsión Television. Today, thousands of lives are being touched on a daily basis throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Unsión Ministries continues to move toward its goal of reaching 500 million in the Hispanic world, and their church planting movement is growing in momentum. Email Bill and Connie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Leah Diaz has completed a two-year missionary associate assignment and has signed up to continue working with Unsión for an additional two years. She is heading the development of the Unsión Intern program, offering college students an array of experience in the international television/media industry. She has developed "The April Project" which is a ministry to help people with addictions be set free. She also assists in several developing areas of the Foundation, including media and graphic design projects, and she serves with the church planting movement. Email Leah at email@example.com
Since her salvation at the age of 25, Melissa Pabón has served in a variety of ministry and administrative roles in her local church, including church secretary for more than 12 years. She began learning Spanish at 8 years of age in the public school system, igniting a love for the language and the people who speak it that led her to study Spanish through middle and high school, into college. By joining the Unsion team in May 2015, God has combined her desire to serve others with her love of Hispanic culture, while utilizing her office experience to assist with development of the Unsion Foundation in the US. Email Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org
After serving almost a year in Cuenca, Ecuador, with veteran missionaries Bill and Connie McDonald, we have returned to the states to build a support team to return.
While in Cuenca among many other things, we assisted with MAPS teams,opened a coffee shop, and started outreaches to plant churches in the remote communities among the Andes Mountains.
Our hearts were captured by the people and the huge need for someone to travel to these communities that have been ignored and desperately need to hear the message of God's love.
We have served in our church and community in some capacity since we were teenagers. The life change to foreign missions is not one we take lightly but believe God has called us into. Email the Oliver's at email@example.com.
For over 30 years, Thom and Becky Davis served as music and media pastors at several churches in Virginia and Georgia. In 2011 they answered the call to be missionaries with the Assemblies of God. Thom and Becky arrived in Ecuador in January 2014, and partner with missionaries Bill and Connie at Unsión Television in Cuenca. While helping to operate and lead the expanding ministry, they train workers, create programming and evangelistic commercial spots, and assist in developing new stations throughout South, Central and North America. They also assist the Ecuador National Assemblies of God with its media needs. Email Thom and Becky at firstname.lastname@example.org
On their most recent trip to Ecuador, in June 2014, the Lord birthed a desire in Jeremy and Tiffany Riggs for the people of this great country and compelled us to return with our children on a long-term basis to partner with the Unsion Foundation. They quickly said YES! Jeremy fuses together his passion for technology with a relevant message to reach the lost and educate believers. With 20 years experience in TV broadcast the Riggs will be working to create new quality programs, enhance current production, and capture new audiences. Email the Riggs family at email@example.com
Ed and Miriam Bosch have been active in their Virginia church for 10 years. The last 6 years they have been following a missionary call to serve spanish-speaking people, while active in student mentorship and missions, leading them to short term trips to Ecuador in 2013 and 2014. After seeking God's direction they are stepping out as Missionary Associates for 2 years. They bring with them medical training from their professions in nursing and physical therapy; and are excited to join the team in reaching the difficult-to-reach and planting churches. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Unsión is a Christian World-View television network committed to impacting the Hispanic world through positive, commercially competitive programming and personal ministry contacts. Our mission is to influence Spanish-speaking cultures with the message of Jesus Christ to achieve a transformation in society.