Ecuador church combats addiction in Air Force

Ecuador church combats addiction in Air Force

by | 04 Apr, 2018

A Nazarene church plant in Latacunga, Ecuador, led a seminar on addiction for a group of more than 200 Ecuadorian Air Force students 16 March.

Led by Marcelo and Viviana Fretes, the session included a testimony from Christian Diaz, a member of the church, who shared how God rescued him from alcoholism and drug abuse. The church members also performed a theatrical piece for the students. To conclude the event, the church members talked with students who desired counseling. 

"It is a blessing to see how God is opening doors for the church, making it possible for different sectors of society to be impacted and transformed by the message of Christ," Marcelo said. "We pray that the fruit we see here continues and that others are able to hear the testimonies of the amazing work the Lord has done in their lives."

--Church of the Nazarene South America

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