by Beth Stolicker
Mission Network News
Marchers wore white to represent peace, holiness, and their dedication to service and worship. The march was not meant to be political but a peaceful way for the church to show its concern about what’s happening in the country. Marcher Daza said, “We’re crying for the nation of Ecuador [here] and throughout Ecuador.”
Some may not know that Ecuador has been in an extreme period of unrest. Many new policies have been implemented, and there has been concern over the recent activity of the volcano, Cotopaxi located just south of Quito. If Cotopaxi were to erupt, it would endanger the lives of 325,000 people.
More so, the peace this march showed signifies the peace in Christ...