Missionaries of the Month - Carlos & Xinia Rojas

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Carlos & Xinia Rojas


National Directors in Costa Rica

Our family lives in Heredia, Costa Rica, just north of San José.  We have three children,  The oldest, Solrac, went home to be with the Lord in 2011. Ainix is married to David and mother of four children: Danid, Andy, Disaac and Aisy Amanda.  Aicir is the youngest and travels with us on all of our missions.           

We have been married since 1978, and have been in ministry since 1981. We began our ministry together as pastors in Heredia planting a new church. In 2001 we started our ministry as e3Partners National Directors in Costa Rica, and we help coordinate with international organizations to carry out short term mission trips.  What our ministry does is to equip people, to evangelize their countrymen and to establish new churches. We are training pastors and leaders with several kinds of tools to go out to evangelize and to make disciples.  We help train campaigners and go with them door-to-door to evangelize and to create new believers  and help plant new churches in new areas. Then, the pastors that we have trained make disciples of the new believers. Our hope and prayer that the Lord uses our efforts to transform lives, to spread the gospel and to grow the kingdom of God.


We realize the vital need to help pastors in planting new churches, to disciple new believers and train good leaders. That is why we work with Tom and Patti Parr: to help the pastors get the latest most effective training and discipleship materials. This will help them to be most effective in sharing the gospel, in planting new churches and serving in the Kingdom of God. WPCC missionaries have come to help with the evangelistic mission of planting new churches. There have been 74 new churches planted in the last 7 years and campaigners from WPCC have been participating in 25 churches that were planted. WPCC’s contribution, assistance and financial support has been of great benefit to our work in Costa Rica. Our Lord Christ Jesus has been glorified through all that work we had been doing together.

Please be in prayer for:


Carlos & Xinia Rojas

Please pray for the Lord to strengthen us to keep on serving him in an honoring way, and to be an example to everyone we meet. We want to glorify the Lord and share his kingdom with everyone. Please pray for Carlos’ upcoming hernia surgery!


Our Family

Please pray for the safety of our family and that they would follow the Lord’s will

for their lives, and that in his timing, they would also serve in ministry.

 Joshua 24:15 “But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord”.


Our Ministry

Pray that the Lord would be glorified through the ministries that we work with, that the góspel would spread through out our country and that the Lord would give us the strength and wisdom to keep going.

Costa Rica

Pray for our government officials in Costa Rica who are not leading us in ways that would glorify God, and that the many groups that were supporting them in their efforts, would find the saving grace of Jesus Christ instead. Please pray for our children and our youth.

Please pray that God to continue to bless our efforts to disciple new Costa Rican believers and to plant new churches to aid in the spread of the Gospel

  • Pray for our work, with a new non-profit, to start an orphanage, and a child care center to help single moms so they can go work and support their families

  • Please pray for God's provision for our family's needs as we have lost some key financial supporters; and for His protection for our children and grandchildren

  • Pray for Carlos' upcoming hernia surgery - after waiting 2 years, it should happen before the end of this year

  • Pray for our meetings with key pastors, and WPCC church planting team, to access the need and most fertile area in our country where WPCC might plant a multiplying church to take the gospel to those who need it most, but have been resistant so far

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“But how can they call to him for help if they have not believed? And how can they believe if they have not heard the message? And how can they hear if the message is not proclaimed? And how can the message be proclaimed if the messengers are not sent out? As the scripture says, “How wonderful is the coming of messengers who bring good news!”

Romans 10: 14-15