Maira Aguilar

Ministry Journey


Maira is the Lead Facilitator of the Kairos Course and is part of the National Coordination of Simply Mobilizing in Venezuela, working as the Coordination of Administration and System.

Together with the team of facilitators of Simply Mobilizing, Maira is mobilizing the church in Venezuela, forming men and women in the work of God. She is also part of the Ministry of Sowers of Values of the Christian Community Church of Casarapa, giving talks on principles and values in different schools and high schools.


Maira is a servant of the Lord Jesus Christ. She was born in the city of Caracas, Venezuela. She has a 26-year-old daughter and is part of a large family where most of them are believers. However, Maira is involved and committed primarily to the Lord. She started the Christian Community Church of Casarapa in Guarenas, Venezuela, and has been an active member there for more than 20 years.

For several years, she was a member of the Board of Directors of I.C.C.Casarapa, where she was responsible for Administrative, Financial, and Accounting Management. She also connected and was involved in different ministries for the Development and Growth of the Body of Christ during and after its foundation.

In the Missions Ministry of I.C.C.Casarapa, in the area of planting new works, she worked with a team of mobilizers for about six years with the responsibility of discipling different people in Curiepe, Miranda State, where there was conversion and baptism of new believers.

Maira has a degree in Administrative Sciences, with a specialization in Management, and intermediate knowledge of English; graduated from the School of Evangelism PES in the I.C.C.Casarapa.

She participated in the “One million leaders” International Conference Program in Venezuela for six years. She is currently an active student at the Evangelical Seminary of Caracas.



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We believe, therefore, that those who accept Christ as their Lord and Savior will rejoice forever in God’s presence and those who refuse to accept Christ as Lord and Savior will be forever separated from God.
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