Cartagena, Colombia…[Abraham Guerrero/IAD]

A new field was inaugurated in the tourist city of Cartagena, Colombia on Dec. 5. The new field was created this past July in order to serve the growing membership in the area.

Administrators and leaders of the church in the Atlantic region met to organize the new Caribbean Colombian region office.

Elected leaders of the new regional office included Pastor Diego Doria Doria, as president, Edgar Borja Cudriz as secretary treasurer’s and Jesus Fandino as a full-time departmental director for Sabbath School, Personal Ministries, Evangelism and Youth.

”This is a miracle that the Lord has done in this place” said Pastor Eliseo Bustamante, president for the church in Colombia.

According to Bustamante, plans are set to officially turn the region office as the Caribbean Colombia Mission.

The Caribbean Colombian Mission has over 21,800 Seventh-day Adventists worshiping in 227 churches and congregations.

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