Leadership Team

Meet the Ncuentro Network Leadership Team

Aldo F. Gonzáles

Aldo F.


Marcos O.

Vice President

Marcos O. Campos
Joaquín A. Vargas

Joaquin A.

Operations and Finance Coordinator

Gloria L.

Aldo F. Gonzáles

Aldo F. Gonzáles

Pastor Aldo was born in Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico. He accepted Christ when he was 8 years old at a family Christian camp.

He grew up in Mexicali where he was a member of a local Baptist church and where he served as youth leader, Sunday School teacher and worship leader.

In 1993, the Lord called him to full-time ministry, so he moved to Nogales, Sonora, Mexico to attend a bible seminary where he studied a degree in Pastoral Theology and Bible. Upon graduation, he started a new church in the same city, together with a missionary.

He met his wife at a local church and they got married in 1996. Then, the Lord opened the door for them to serve in the United States at a Christian camp in Prescott, Arizona.

In September 2002, they started another new Spanish-speaking church in Mesa, Arizona as part of Trinity Church. The church grew to about 300 people.

In September 2013, they felt the need of starting another Spanish-speaking church and they planted Iglesia Ncuentro.

Pastor Aldo has a passion for excellence and encourages new believers to grow on their faith by becoming a true follower of Jesus Christ.

Pastor Aldo and his wife Gloria have three children: Jonhnathan, Jennifer and Jeffrey

Marcos O. Campos

Pastor Marcos O. Campos

He was born in Chihuahua City, Mexico. His wife’s name is Claudia Bustamante.

At the age of 13, he placed his trust in Christ and, since then, has not left to work for the work of our Savior. He currently lives in the city of Catherine in Arizona.

He has a bachelor’s degree in Agrotechnology Management from the University Autonomous of Chihuahua. During her studies at this school, she received God’s call to serve full time in the work, 2004-2008.

He studied at the Rio Grande Bible Seminary in Mcallen, Tx. where he received a diploma in theological studies from 2009-2010. He studied for a degree in Theology at the Baptist University of the Americas in San Antonio, Tx. 2011-2012.

Finally, In May 2017, God allowed him to finish his Master’s Degree in Theology at the Seminary Southwestern Baptist in the State of Texas.

And he is currently studying for his Ph.D. at Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City, MO. Since 2013, he has been pastoring and planting the Baptist Church Horeb in the City of Tucson, Arizona.

Joaquín A. Vargas

Joaquin A. Vargas

Joaquin has been involved in leadership and community development for over three decades. He has worked and ministered in over 20 countries, empowering many leaders committed to transforming communities through faith-based and community development projects.

Joaquin was born in the Dominican Republic and grew up in Santo Domingo. In 1978, he accepted Jesus as his savior at a local church. In 1979, God called him to full-time ministry. He left his comfortable community and moved to an impoverished neighborhood to start a new church.

1981 he married Oneida, who grew up in a Christian home. They have three adult children and four grandchildren.

In 1985, he was appointed by Missions Door to work in church planting, leadership development, and as country coordinator in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
In 1992, he returned to the United States to study for a Master of Arts in Cross-Cultural Communications (Missions) at Denver Seminary.

In 1995, Joaquin and Oneida moved to the border town of Nogales, Mexico, where they planted a new church, started a social development nonprofit, and worked in leadership development.

In 2003, they moved to Denver to be part of the Executive Leadership Team of Missions Door. Later, he became Vice President of Ministries, giving him overall responsibility for the leadership, supervision, and pastoral care of all the missionaries and ministries under the Mission.

In 2006, he graduated with a Master of Arts in Public Administration with an emphasis in nonprofit management from the University of Colorado at Denver.
In November 2016, he resigned from Missions Door to launch Global One80. A Christian nonprofit that empowers leaders to transform communities with the gospel of Jesus.

In 2019, he moved to Arizona to continue working with Global One80 and got involved in church planting among Latinos. He started Iglesia Experimenta Vida in Mesa in 2020. Together with other leaders has started Ncuentro Network, a ministry that empowers Latino church planters. Also, he works for NAMB as a church planting catalyst.

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