The Gutierrez family has served together in Peru since 2011. Danny and Stephanie serve on the pastoral staff and executive team of Camino de Vida, a growing church with 6 campuses located in the capital city of Lima.
Danny is also one of the church’s teaching pastors and is part of the Haciendo Iglesia team that serves over 1,300 pastors across Latin America and Spain with pastors roundtables and other resources.
Stephanie serves on the worship team, and as a teacher and mentor at the Grace House, a Christian safe house for girls who are struggling with eating disorders, self-harm behaviors, addictions or other results of abusive situations, and as a professor at the IDL leadership institute at the church. Together they also provide leadership for Camino de Vida's missionary internship that gives young adults the opportunity to experience urban missions for six months here in Peru.
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Over 1,100 Churches from 58 countries came together to do an online marriage conference during this tough year of pandemic.
43,700 Couples registered and the two nights were filled with great marriage content and encouragement.
379,000 screen joined in an amazing display of unity throughout the Latin American Church.
We're grateful for Winshape Marriage and all the churches that decided to be part of this historic gathering.
Another great small group season got wrapped up here at our church. We went from 800+ small groups at (pre-covid) and ended this last season with 1,600+ small groups.
Last month we had an end of the season event for our Freedom Small Groups, all the small groups that use a particular guide book and focus of living in freedom in Christ Jesus. We had 651 screens with us live in the same zoom to hear our pastor encourage and pray for them all. We had participants from 12 countries on three different continents and 45 different cities outside of our province here in Peru. Seriously mind-boggling to be able to have so many people there to celebrate the Freedom they had found in Jesus.
Since the beginning of the quarantine and the "State of Emergency" and through the end of August, here in Peru Camino de Vida has been able to serve in tangible ways the needs of 141,967 people. We are blessed to be a blessing.