Elvis & Monica Dominguez

Ministry Journey

Elvis is a youth pastor in rural Guatemala. In his work as a pastor, he teaches biblical and theological studies to the youth of the community with the purpose of spiritual and intellectual strengthening. He also collaborates on giving talks and classes in a Christian school in the capital city of Guatemala. There, he disciples young people and adolescents raised in a dysfunctional family environment, where their thoughts also turn, in some cases, to the maras (criminal groups in Guatemala).

As a youth pastor, he connects with youth and adolescents to help them have a positive mindset toward educational but also emotional and spiritual success. His goal is to lead the youth to constructive thinking for their future lives.


Elvis began working with children in his local church at a very young age.

At the age of 14, he saw the need for children’s ministry in the local church, and along with two other adult leaders, he began working in this ministry.

Later, he begins working in the music and youth ministries of his local church.

At the age of 17, he moved to Santo Domingo to study at the university and, at the same time, serve in the church Centro Cristiano Bendición, Evaristo Morales, in Santo Domingo.

Together with Felix Abreu, he decided to go study at the Central American Theological Seminary in Guatemala. While there, he met his wife, Monica Panchoy, whom he married in 2017. Elvis and Monica have had three children, two of whom were born with severe syndromes and difficulties and subsequently did not survive.

This process allowed both of them to increasingly strengthen their faith in the Lord, so their confidence and dedication to the ministry served as experience to counsel and shepherd the youth of the local church and the school where he serves.

They currently have a son named Aaron, whom they consider a gift from God to them. His life has served as an encouragement for them to move forward in their ministry of educating and equipping servant leaders.



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