Youth Ministry El Sendero

Young Jesus followers can have a powerful influence as they carry the message of Jesus Christ. Our challenge is to reach young people between 15 and 25 years of age in creative ways through biblical reflection, sports and arts. We work in schools and universities, and we offer various activities in order to build young disciples of Christ who model a holistic, Christ-centred life in their communities.

Come and Serve

University workers to get alongside students in one of the least reached areas of Ecuador.
Youth worker to reach high school students (aged 15 to 18 years).
Using sports to reach young people for Christ (soccer, basketball, volleyball, hiking and more).
Using arts to reach young people for Christ (music, theater, dance, painting and more).

Prayers

1

Pray for new missionaries to help us reach young people between 15 and 18 years old.

2

Pray that young believers will live as disciples of Jesus Christ in their local communities.

3

Pray for the financial resources necessary to implement all our activities.


Related stories

With God's help, Kumari is standing against giants in South Asia

SIM ministries are helping women caught in the sex trade stand up against crime and find hope.

Hugging your daughter for the first time

Pastor Joelson Mwansa was not always a pastor. In fact, people knew Mwansa as the local drunk for many years in his town in Zambia, but then Mwansa had an encounter with God.

The Pastor's role in developing a missions-minded church

Working among an unreached people group is so important in developing a passion for mission in pastors and church leaders.

Transformed by short-term missions

For many years, I have felt that the Lord was calling me to something. I prayed for wisdom and clarity but a restless and unsettled feeling plagued me.

Ebola survivors find new hope in trauma counseling

Nancy Writebol remembers the exact moment her husband David told her she had the Ebola Virus Disease.

Two years later, Liberians find healing from Ebola's emotional scars

In January 2016, the World Health Organization announced that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was over. In reality, the crisis is far from over for many who were caught up in the worst of it.

With God's help, Kumari is standing against giants in South Asia

SIM ministries are helping women caught in the sex trade stand up against crime and find hope.

Hugging your daughter for the first time

Pastor Joelson Mwansa was not always a pastor. In fact, people knew Mwansa as the local drunk for many years in his town in Zambia, but then Mwansa had an encounter with God.

The Pastor's role in developing a missions-minded church

Working among an unreached people group is so important in developing a passion for mission in pastors and church leaders.

Transformed by short-term missions

For many years, I have felt that the Lord was calling me to something. I prayed for wisdom and clarity but a restless and unsettled feeling plagued me.

Ebola survivors find new hope in trauma counseling

Nancy Writebol remembers the exact moment her husband David told her she had the Ebola Virus Disease.

Two years later, Liberians find healing from Ebola's emotional scars

In January 2016, the World Health Organization announced that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was over. In reality, the crisis is far from over for many who were caught up in the worst of it.