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Local Gathering

Taken at an outdoor house church meeting in Paniquindra, Ecuador. Here, Imbabura Quichuan believers meet outside the home of a national believer.

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Traditional Church

Members of a traditional Baptist church in Chirihuasi, Ecuador meet for worship on a Sunday morning. Imbabura Quichuan children of all ages participate in worship.

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Violin

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Colorful Market

This was taken at an open-air market in Otavalo, Ecuador, where Quichuan women sell a variety of textiles and handicrafts.

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Making Bread Together

Here, women prepare traditional Imbabura Quichuan bread—similar to pita bread—over an open fire.

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Quiet Moment

Members of “Cristo la Luz del Chirihuasi,” a traditional Baptist church in Chirihuasi, Ecuador, meet for worship on a Sunday morning. Believers bow to pray at the close of the service.

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Stoking the Fire

Taken in Naranjito, a mountain village just outside Ibarra, Ecuador. Here, women prepare boiled beans over an open fire.

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In the Market

These shots were taken at an open-air market in Otavalo, Ecuador, where Quichuan women sell a variety of textiles and handicrafts.

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Walking Along

On “Ag Day,” IMB missionaries travel through Quichua villages offering vaccinations for livestock, castrations for bulls and hogs, and tips on raising healthy livestock. Using World Hunger Funds, they are able to offer these services as a means to meet physical needs and share the love of Christ with the Imbabura Quichua.

When the Imbabura Quichua hear about “Ag Day,” many walk great distances from their homes to bring their livestock.

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Working the Fields

Two Imbabura Quichuan men working in their fields in Paniquindra.

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Walking Cattle

On “Ag Day,” IMB missionaries travel through Quichua villages offering vaccinations for livestock, castrations for bulls and hogs, and tips on raising healthy livestock. Using World Hunger Funds, they are able to offer these services as a means to meet physical needs and share the love of Christ with the Imbabura Quichua.

When the Imbabura Quichua hear about “Ag Day,” many walk great distances from their homes to bring their livestock.

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Playing in the Countryside

Imbabura Quichuan children play in the Paniquindra countryside.

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Singing-and-playing

Taken at an outdoor house church meeting in Paniquindra, Ecuador. Here, Imbabura Quichuan believers incorporate traditional Quichuan music styles into the worship service.

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Woman and Livestock

On “Ag Day,” IMB missionaries travel through Quichua villages offering vaccinations for livestock, castrations for bulls and hogs, and tips on raising healthy livestock. Using World Hunger Funds, they are able to offer these services as a means to meet physical needs and share the love of Christ with the Imbabura Quichua.

When the Imbabura Quichua hear about “Ag Day,” many walk great distances from their homes to bring their livestock.

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Birthing the Lamb

The birth of a lamb in Paniquindra, Ecuador. Here, an Imbabura Quichuan woman helps deliver the lamb.

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By the Roadside

On “Ag Day,” IMB missionaries travel through Quichua villages offering vaccinations for livestock, castrations for bulls and hogs, and tips on raising healthy livestock. Using World Hunger Funds, they are able to offer these services as a means to meet physical needs and share the love of Christ with the Imbabura Quichua.

When the Imbabura Quichua hear about “Ag Day,” many walk great distances from their homes to bring their livestock.

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Village Woman

Taken in Naranjito, a mountain village just outside Ibarra, Ecuador. Imbabura Quichuan women shear a sheep while others spin wool.

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Praying Together

Taken at an outdoor house church meeting in Paniquindra, Ecuador. Here, Pastor Juan Tuapanta leads a group of Imbabura Quichuan believers in prayer at a house church meeting outside the home of a national believer.

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Milking the Cow

An Imbabura Quichuan mother milks a cow with her child on her back.

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Wool Into Yarn

Taken in Naranjito, a mountain village just outside Ibarra, Ecuador. Imbabura Quichuan women spin wool into yarn outside Iglesia Bautista de Naranjito.

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