We are a family that have lived in Quito, there, our main activity was, the Spanish teaching as a second language, I was a Director of a Spanish School and my wife has been an Academic Director and also, has taught Spanish.
We are five members, Tony 26, Emilio 19, Romina 16, mama and papa; now we are living in small city called Sucúa, in the jungle, a village with about 10.000 inhabitants.
This was one of the reasons why we decided to change our way of life and also the place; was to live in a small village, quiet, safe y with a little more time for our children while we manage the Efrata Christian Camp, shortly after we started our Chaka educational project with boys and girls of the Shuar ethnic group. Jimena (mom) runs the Samaritan Purse program in Morona Santiago. We are all active in our local church.
Since we arrived here, we have seen the natural and human wealth that offers the great opportunity to live a different experience by sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with the locals.
Our spanish school, here in Sucúa, is a great place for Christian workers and missionaries who want to learn Spanish for serve Jesus.
We are a group of professional Spanish teachers who have more than 22 years of experience teaching Spanish to foreigners of all nationalities, ages, and mainly with the aim of bringing the good news of the gospel to more people.
We strive to be committed to the students we are privileged to serve.