Pablo and Rebecca Pazmino

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Pablo and Rebecca Pazmino

Pablo and Rebecca serve with One Mission Society in leadership training, pastoral support, and church planting in Ecuador. In 2013, they began a new church plant in Chongón, which has expanded to other areas of Guayaquil through children’s ministry and home discipleship. These roles draw upon their past experiences in church ministries, seminary teaching, and training Ecuadorian missionaries.

The daughter of Wycliffe Bible Translator missionaries, Rebecca grew up in Peru. There, she taught Sunday school, worked in youth, women’s, and prison ministry. God led her into missions through her background in Peru and through studies at Taylor University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Christian education and Bible, minoring in Spanish and psychology, with a certificate in youth ministry. She completed her M.A. in organizational leadership at Azusa Pacific University. God opened the door to work in Ecuador in 1996 through an OMS short-term trip.

Pablo grew up in Guayaquil, where he was active in an OMS-related church, the Christian Bible Church. There, he recommitted his life to Christ at a youth camp, was baptized, and began to serve in music, Sunday school, and youth ministry. Pablo completed his seminary studies in 2003 while participating with the church-planting team in Cuenca.

Rebecca served with OMS in Guayaquil, Ecuador, from 1997 to 2000, teaching in the Bible institute and serving in music ministry, small-group discipleship, informal counseling, youth ministry, and teaching English.

After Pablo and Rebecca were married in December 2000, they moved to Cuenca and worked in theological education and church planting. In June 2003, they joined a new church plant in Guayaquil, Shalom Christian Fellowship. Since 2010, they have given pastoral support and developed a missions program at the Christian Bible Church.

Elizabeth Rachel joined their family on March 18, 2005, Johanna Christina on October 28, 2007, and Mateo David on March 4, 2013. The children serve actively in the Agua Viva church plant in Chongón.

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