Missionaries in South America

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This page is entirely dedicated to missionaries in South America. Let's get a more personal view, by hearing from each of them, through their blogs!

On this site we talk about many bloggers from South America, so we'll just include a few here to get you started.

Country Pages:

We do have some pages that will give you more information about blogs in certain countries. Check out:


Sign on the border of Chile and Argentina

Long time bloggers

Let's start our visit to South America with some long time bloggers. Here are the first of our missionaries in South America - Chile, to be exact. Stephanie is serving with her husband and children in Chile and always has lots of great pictures to share.

Other long time blogs include Comings Communiqué and Quirey Life - read more on our Missionary Brazil page.

More Great South America Blogs

Out of Argentina, be sure to check out Martin and Hazel's Blog. It's full of lots of stories about life in Córdoba, the second largest city in Argentina (at about 1.3 million).

Next, let's visit Ecuador through Ecuador Missions with Charles and Susan Templet. The Templets work primarily with the Kichwa and Shuar peoples of the amazon.

Moving on to other missionaries in South America, we have Livin' la Rita Loca. In Paraguay, this blogger gained fame early on for The Jungle Hut, but has moved to this new blog.

Finally, from the country of Uruguay, read Reaching Hearts in the Heart of Uruguay. This is the blog of the Harmon family serving in the city of Durazno, which is truly in the heart of Uruguay.

There are many, many more - just to get you started, check out B O L I V I A !, Passion for Paraguay, The Boyds to Columbia, Immeasurably More and 5 cup family.

Snow in Córdoba, Argentina

There are many, many more! Check out the blog feed on the main page (which holds about 500 missionary blogs), the four pages of blog lists, and of course for the latest subscribe to Missionary Blog Watch!