Mexico & Central America
Leadership Team

We believe that salvation comes by confession of sin and faith in Jesus Christ as the only begotten Son of God, to believe in the heart that Jesus died and rose from the dead, and to proclaim with the mouth that He is Lord. We believe the Old and New Testaments to be the infallible Word of God; inerrant as originally given, verbally inspired by God, the complete and sufficient revelation of His will for salvation and conduct. We believe in the Great Commission; to proclaim the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to the uttermost parts of the earth.
Amen.
 
Mexico Miguel & Olivia

Miguel and Olivia Esquivel
Over-all Mexico Coordinators

 
Olivia was born in Jilotopec Estado de Mexico and has lived in San Luis, Mexico most of her life. She was called by the Holy Spirit when she was just 12 years old and was baptized in 1989. Olivia has 3 kids, Yvann, Javier and Itzel. She has been working with Harvest Vision Ministries since a women’s conference in February 2005.  Olivia married Miguel Esquivel in 2005 but they have been together since 1998. Miguel was born in Los Reyes, Michoacan, Mexico. Miguel and Olivia have been involved in various city-wide crusades, church leadership and church planting. They and their children have worked closely with many of the mission teams that travel from Washington and have been an intimate part of the Harvest Vision family. Miguel & Olivia moved to the mission home and started coordinating the ministry in San Luis in August 2014.
Mexico Obed & Suri
 

Obed Garcia Pineda & Zury
Guerrero Mexico

Sub-coordinator

In October 2017, Miguel & Olivia accompanied Pr. Jaime & David from Mision Jireh in San Luis, Sonora, to visit with Pr. Obed, his family and other local pastors in Michoacan. Pastor Obed lived in Apatzingan with his wife, Zury, and daughters, Genesis and Sinai. After a subsequent visit from Miguel & Olivia in 2018, they agreed to serve as coordinators for Harvest Vision Ministries. He pastored a church family that met in their home and worked construction. Apatzingan has a population of 100,000 and the city is strongly influenced by the drug trade with much alcoholism, drug addiction, prostitution and the other problems that have left many with little or no hope. Prior to becoming a pastor, Obed was a worship leader. His desire is to reach the lost and he worked with other local pastors to minister in their community, helped with pastor’s and leader’s training, helped start new church families and strengthened existing church families always with the goal of teaching new believers to become true disciples. A sound and video system are available to Obed who is responsible to coordinate its use for the Christian leaders in the community in spreading the gospel.

In 2020, Obed and Zury were called to cross the border to the state of Guerrero and live in the small community of Guayameo. Although they still have ties to the leaders and believers in Michoacan, their primary ministry is to the people that live in the surrounding mountains, many of whom are unable to read. Miguel and Olivia will help over-see this work.

 
El Salvador, Sergio & Gloria feb 2020

Sergio & Gloria

El Salvador
Coordinators

 
We are very excited to introduce you to Pr. Sergio and Gloria Lopez, our Harvest Vision Ministries coordinators in El Salvador. Sergio is a long time friend of our brother, Noe Lara and his wife, Nancy, who will be our Harvest Vision Ministries liaisons to El Salvador and other countries in Central America. Noe, who is from El Salvador, and Nancy, who is from Honduras, live in Burlington, Washington in the USA.
Sergio was born November 3, 1950 in Ciudad Arce de Liberta in San Salvador. His parents were nominal believers but he was raised with some Christian influence. He met his wife, Gloria, and they were married in 1985 shortly after he became a Christian in 1984. They have five children and a strong faith-filled family. He served in the church and felt called to pastoral ministry in 2000 and currently pastors a small church family in Colonia Miramonte in San Salvador. They fellowship together at a local park and in their homes. Sergio and Gloria share a home with nine family members that all work together to raise their children, operate a small family business and share the expenses and work of maintaining their home.
Noe visited Sergio in the latter part of 2019 to introduce him to the vision of coordinating relationships between people in the USA, Mexico and other countries that have families and friends that are scattered throughout El Salvador. He will be helping prepare and equip God’s people to work together for evangelism, pastoral training, discipleship and church planting (Ephesians 4:11-16).
George and Noe were joined by Miguel and Olivia Estrada, the Harvest Vision Ministries coordinators for Mexico to confirm Pr. Sergio and Gloria’s calling on February 25, 2020.