Mauricio Botello

King's Church, Ontario
Lead Church Planter
Mississauga Ontario
King's Church
June 6

About My Family

I was born again October 24, 1992, during a youth meeting and began following and serving Jesus. In 1994, I become a leader of a life group in our mother church in Bogota, Colombia. Soon my responsibilities increased as teacher, coordinator and spiritual guide. After finishing college, the church called me to be a full-time pastor assistant.

In 2010, I found my beautiful wife, Mabel, and we began seeking His will. A few months later, He commanded us to go to Canada. We left family, ministry, friends and security to follow His promise in the Greater Toronto Area.

In 2014, God gave us an amazing son. Oliver is our joy and happiness. We found a new family among the North American Mission Board network, and God is doing awesome things in our lives.

About My Church Plant

The Lord gave us a ministry of 140 life groups in Bogota, Colombia, an amazing team and the opportunity to preach overseas. After finishing my bachelor's degree in theology, we started a time of fasting and praying. The Lord gave us a dream during the night to come to Canada and plant a church and, after multiple prodigious signals, He opened the door to come to Canada.

The North American Mission Board welcomed us to become part of the family and, after the process, we planted a seed in Mississauga. On July 9, 2017, the seed brought fruit, and the dream become a reality.

NAMB Church Planting

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For churches as they prepare to send out missionaries to push back lostness in North America.
For receptive hearts among the people in communities where these missionaries will serve.
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