Cynthia Carr

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Cynthia Carr

Cynthia Carr served with One Mission Society in Ecuador from 1968 to 2003. In August 2003, she moved to Bradenton, Florida, to begin retirement.

Cynthia graduated from Wayne State University with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education and taught elementary school in Michigan for two years. After receiving her master of religious education degree from Asbury Theological Seminary, and prior to beginning her missionary career in Ecuador, she served in an Alabama church as director of Christian education.

While serving in Ecuador, Cynthia taught in the Evangelical Bible Seminary of Guayaquil and the Ecuador Biblical Seminary of Cuenca. She actively promoted world missions in the seminary and the Christian Bible Church in Ecuador. She created a missions committee at the church to coordinate the missions program and to support Ecuadorian missionaries who were being sent out to serve in other countries around the globe.

She worked extensively with Christian education programs for OMS-related churches in Ecuador. Her responsibilities included coordinating Sunday school and all Christian education programs in the church plant of the Encounter with God strategy, and she sought to multiply her ministry through training church members, leaders, pastors and teachers.

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