If you were to follow the route followed by the Incans, through the north of their ancient empire, you would travel through Huánuco, Peru. The Incan Empire is long gone and today Huánuco is the seat of the regional Catholic diocese. A highly religious region, the needs for ministry, evangelism, and pastoral training throughout the Andes Mountains of central Peru are immense.
The missionary who serves in this role will enjoy a mild semi-arid climate as well as living and ministering in the midst of traditional architecture and Incan history. Yet, most importantly, he will also be well equipped for success through his role expanding training ministries and partnerships throughout the area.
The ideal candidate will be a proven disciple of Christ who has modeled faithfulness to God’s Word by living it out, teaching it in individual and group settings in the local church, and studying how to rightly divide it in Bible college or seminary. He will be willing to travel within his area of service and be highly relational as well as able to develop and follow processes.