Tabita and David González
Serving in South America Regional Office | South America
Tabita (08/10) and David (07/21) joined the South America Regional team in July 2014. David serves as the Regional Ministries Coordinator and Tabita as the Regional Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Coordinator.
David was born and raised in Mexico and he is the middle child of a pastoral family. He served as a missionary for the Church of the Nazarene in the former Mexico and Central America Region, living in Guatemala for six years. David graduated with a major in Business Arts and minor in Music through the University of Veracruz in Mexico. He also has a Master degree in Religion Sciences through the Seminario Nazareno de las Américas in Costa Rica.
Tabita is also the middle child and was born and raised in Brazil. She has a major in Sociology and a minor in Education through the University of Campinas in Brazil. She also graduated from the Brazilian Nazarene Theological Seminary in the Ministry Course for Licensure and has a master in Pastoral Counselling through MidAmerica Nazarene University.
The couple got married in 2007 and had their two sons, Lucas (December 15), and Jeremias (March 12) born in the United States while the couple served at the Global Ministry Center for 7 years. As ordained elders in the Church of the Nazarene, the couple has a vast experience in youth and family pastoral services. Both have a heart for the Lord and for serving the church with their gifts and talents.
Home Assignment Dates
Jun 24, 2018 - Aug 05, 2018, United States
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