Pablo and Viviana Tello

Serving in Paraguay | South America

Pablo and Viviana are from Argentina, they have two children, Matteo, six years old, and Esteban, 3 years old.
In 2005, both graduated with their Bachelor of Theology from the Nazarene Theological Seminary in Argentina.
In 2007, they became involved in a Volunteer Missionary Project with the church of the Nazarene, called "Isaiah and Caleb." Their assignment was in Florence, Italy where they worked with a Latin congregation, in the preparation of leaders. They also planted a church in Borgo, San Lorenzo, a distinctly Italian congregation.
In 2011, they returned to Argentina. Pablo began to work in the department of ??Decentralized Theological Studies (DTS) at the Nazarene Theological Seminary in Pilar, Argentina and also worked as the coordinator of the Faculty of Decentralized Studies (FADES). That same year, Pablo graduated from the Degree Program in Theology.
Viviana worked in finances at the seminary and, in 2012, culminated her Theological studies, graduating from the Degree program.
In 2012, both were ordained by the Cuyo District.
In July 2013, they received the invitation of the Argentine Central District to pastor the Church of the Good Shepherd in Victoria. They accepted this challenge and served there until 2016.
From the end of 2015 until the end of 2016, Pablo was also coordinating the National NYI for Argentina.
Viviana was involved from 2014 - 2016 in the ministry of NMI on the Central Argentine District.
In mid-2016, they accepted the invitation to serve as missionaries to Paraguay, where they are currently. His assignments are in the area of: Education (DTS), Finance, and Leadership preparation.

They are grateful to the Lord and the Church of the Nazarene for the privilege and blessing of serving God and His people, so that many may know the love of God and wish to surrender their lives to His service.

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Pablo y Viviana son de Argentina, tienen dos hijos, Matteo de seis años de edad y Esteban de 3 años de edad.

En el año 2005 ambos fueron graduados de Bachiller en Teología por el Seminario Teológico Nazareno del Cono Sur.

En el año 2007, se involucraron en un Proyecto Misionero Voluntario de la iglesia del Nazareno, llamado “Isaías y Caleb”, su campo misionero fue en la ciudad de Florencia Italia. Allí trabajaron con una congregación Latina, en la preparación de líderes. Y plantaron una iglesia en la ciudad de Borgo San Lorenzo, una congregación netamente italiana.

En el año 2011 regresaron a Argentina, Pablo comenzó a trabajar en el Área de  Estudios Teológicos Descentralizados (ETED) en el Seminario Teológico Nazareno del Cono Sur y también como coordinador de la Facultad de Estudios Descentralizados (FADES). Ese mismo año, Pablo graduó del Programa de Licenciatura en Teología.

Viviana se involucró en el área de Finanzas y en el año 2012 culmino sus estudios Teológicos graduando del programa de Licenciatura.

En el año 2012, ambos fueron ordenados al Presbiterio por el Distrito Cuyo.

En Julio de 2013 recibieron la invitación del Distrito Central Argentino, para pastorear la Iglesia El buen Pastor de Victoria. Aceptaron este desafío y allí sirvieron hasta el año 2016.

Desde fines de 2015 hasta fines de 2016 Pablo estuvo coordinando la JNI Nacional para Argentina.

Viviana estuvo involucrada desde 2014 – 2016 en el Ministerio de MNI del Distrito Central Argentino.

A mediados de 2016, recibieron la invitación para salir como Misioneros a Paraguay, donde están actualmente. Sus asignaciones son las área de: Educación (ETED), Finanzas y preparación de Lideres.

Ellos están muy agradecidos a Dios, y a la iglesia del Nazareno, por este privilegio de poder servir a Dios y a las personas, siendo canales de bendición, puentes para que muchos puedan conocer el amor de Dios y deseen rendir sus vidas al servicio de Dios

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