Inca Link Ecuador Ministries
Inca Link Ecuador (ILE) is located in four locations across Ecuador – Quito (the capital city), Huaticocha (in the jungle), Manta and Portoviejo (on the coast). Each location is specifically designed to minister to the needs that are in the community. All the ministries of Ecuador seek to share the love of Christ and to see the Gospel expand throughout the country.
Bonsai is an after-school program that focuses on furthering education, promoting healthy families, and proclaiming Jesus.
Cumbre Alta aims to share Christ and His love through soccer while striving to reach the highest levels of Ecuadorian sport.
Casa Elizabeth is a shelter and home for pregnant adolescents who are victims of sexual abuse.
El Hormiguero disciples young people while sharing the Gospel. Volunteers deliver food and support the education of vulnerable families.
Ninawachi Mission Institute trains national youth to be missionaries and sends them out to the forgotten people throughout the jungle regions.
Portoviejo 7.8 studies the Bible with children and adolescents who live in the garbage and gives them food.
Quinta Casablanca is Inca Link's guest house, making the mission field feel like home and a piece of heaven.
Ecuador Other Ministries
Church Ministries (Quito, Portoviejo, Huaticocha) partnering up with the local Alliance churches throughout the country of Ecuador and training youth leaders is one of our primary goals in Inca Link. Inca Link provides scholarships for youth leaders whom are interested in gaining a broader Biblical knowledge, sends key leaders to conferences to receive tools to increase the effectiveness of their ministries along with serving in their local communities.
Orphans (Camp Hope) as we seek to serve the youth of Latin America, orphans are always close to our heart. Partnering up with Camp Hope we are able to love on these children, pray for them, and live out the gospel.
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Ecuador Quick Facts
- Ecuador, located in the mid-western part of South America and bordered by Colombia and Peru, is rich in tradition and diverse cultures.
- Most of the Ecuadorian people are Mestizo, a combination of European (Spaniards) and indigenous Quichua Indians.
- Their complex history is deeply ingrained in Ecuadorian philosophy, from family structure to religion, with Catholicism as the dominant religion.
How To Support General Ministry Operations
Donate VIA Check
Mail a check payable to Inca Link International, P.O. Box 1321, Boone, NC 28607. Write “Ecuador General” in the memo of the check.
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