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Juan is from the city of San Marcos, Nicaragua. He received Jesus as Lord and Savior in 1995. He and his wife, Denise, moved to West Virginia in May 2008 to help with Hispanic Ministries. After seeking guidance from the Lord, he accepted God’s call to full-time ministry to reach out to the Hispanic population residing in the state of West Virginia.
Denise was born in Los Angeles, CA.
Denise and Juan both began their collegiate educations at Ave Maria College of the Americas in Nicaragua, where Juan earned a Bachelor of Philosophy in Computer Information Systems and Denise earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Juan went on to receive a Master of Divinity from Palmer Theological Seminary.
Once they have raised the funds to get their ministry off the ground, Denise and Juan will move to Chiapas, Mexico, with their two young children—Juancito, age 6, and Hefziba “Ziba,” age 3.
The WVBC supports the Aragóns in their new ministry together. “We rejoice in this endorsement,” writes Dr. David Carrico, executive minister of the WVBC. “The Aragóns have been a blessing to our region, and now they can be a larger blessing to world mission.”