Central Andean Field
The Church of the Nazarene in Peru began in the northern close to the border with Ecuador. In almost 10 years the work of evangelizing and church planting has been carried out on the coast, in the Andes and the jungle in the north of Peru. The work of planting new churches happened naturally through population migration from one city to another.
Our focus in these years is to practice the rich gospel, discipleship personalized, systematic and permanent, the formation of new leaders and continue with the planting of new churches in an intentional way.
Peru has resumed the way of church planting and this is affecting the kingdom of darkness. There is no doubt that the enemy of the church is determined to separate, wanting us to lose the vision and that our focus would return to localism; but this vision in the country, this missionary awakening in the superintendents and pastors isn’t an initiative that comes from human initiative, but it is an initiative of the Holy Spirit. Just as the apostles in the early church prioritized evangelism, discipleship, formation of leaders and church plants, we move forward winning Peru for Christ!
The cities chosen to plant churches in the coming years are
1.Huancavelica, population 142.723 ;
2.Abancay, population 96.064.
Field Strategy Coordinator
Ten years ago in Peru there were 8 Phase I districts and 8 Phase III districts, and for the current year we have 11 Phase III districts, 2 Phase II and 2 Phase 1 districts, with the goal being that in the next four years there would be 13 Phase III districts and 2 Phase II.
Leaders in Perú
|Alto Amazonas||Saramiriza||Guillermo Samekash Chupfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Alto Marańon||Jaén||Bernardo Reto Sócolaemail@example.com|
|Amazonas||Nuevo Horizonte||Jorge Wamputsagfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cajamarca||Cajamarca||Céster Gamonal Floresemail@example.com|
|Central||Lima||Marcial Rubio Idrogofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Condorcanqui||Santa María de Nieva||Elías Tomás Chumapemail@example.com|
|La Libertad Chavín||Trujillo||Oscar Medina Guzmánfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Loreto||Iquitos||Salomón Sánchez Monteroemail@example.com|
|Nor Oriente||Moyobamba||Adán Sánchez Paredesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Oriente Central||Pucallpa||Darío Santacruz Izquierdoemail@example.com|
|Pacífico Norte||Piura||Segundo Rimarachín||SRimarachin@yahoo.com|
|Sur||Arequipa||Edilberto Solano Castrofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sur Central||Pisco||José David Acostaemail@example.com|
National Ministry Coordinators
NYI – José David Balcázar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
NMI – Marleni Palma de Medina (email@example.com)
WOMEN’S MINISTRY – Lourdes Palacios de Rimarachín (firstname.lastname@example.org)
COMPASSION – Enrique Solano Castro (email@example.com)
COMMUNICATIONS – Freddy Zapata Correa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LITERATURE – Wilson Sáncehz Ciez (email@example.com)
EVANGELISM – Oscar Medina Guzmán (Osmegu@hotmail .com)
Superintendents in Bolivia
Guido Delgadillo, District Superintendent Central East
Macedonio Daza, District Superintendent La Paz East
Napoleon Guerrero, District Superintendent Santa Cruz
Ismael Ramos, District Superintendent Southern
Napoleón Guerrero, District Superintendent Los Yungas
Ladislao Ajata, Rector at the Andean Central Nazarene Seminary