Ana Crocker Diaz

Serving in Guatemala on Global Deployment | Mesoamerica

She accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal savior at the age of 7 on a Vacation Bible School. She is a member of the Landívar Church of the Nazarene in the Central District of Guatemala, and she serves as the Regional NMI Coordinator for the Mesoamerica Region.

Her call to ministry began when she served, together with her husband Cornelio (RIP), supporting a couple of missionaries by hosting Work and Witness teams that came to her country and then forming their own team with several national couples.

She has served as secretary of the Landívar Church of the Nazarene, for several years in different periods, as well as in the NMI Council for Guatemala Central District in different positions such as W&W coordinator, vice-president and then, for 9 years as the president.

She also served as NMI coordinator for the Central Field of the former MAC Region, assisting the countries of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras in the ministry.

For global ministry, she served for two four-year terms (2001 - 2005 and 2005 - 2009) as a member of the NMI Global Council representing the former MAC Region, member of the General Board of the Church of the Nazarene (2005 - 2009) and member of the International Committee of the denomination (2005 - 2009), representing the same former region.

At the regional ministry, she served as a member of the Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) for 4 years (2005 - 2009), and since 2004 she has served as the regional NMI coordinator for the former MAC Region and now the Mesoamerica Region.

She thanks God for the lives of her children: Ana Zoila and Wilfredo, Oscar Arnoldo and Sarita and Juan Carlos, and for her 2 grandchildren, Emma Naomi and Pablo Andres and for the privilege of being able to serve Him.




Acepté al Señor Jesucristo como mi salvador personal a la edad de 7 años durante una Escuela Bíblica de Vacaciones.

Soy miembro en la Iglesia del Nazareno Landívar en el Distrito Central de Guatemala, y  sirvo como misionera regional como la Coordinadora Regional de la MNI en Mesoamérica.

Mi llamado al ministerio inició cuando servíamos, junto a mi esposo Cornelio (en paz descanse) apoyando a una pareja de misioneros con los equipos de Trabajo y Testimonio que llegaban a mi país y luego al formar nuestro propio equipo con varias parejas nacionales.

He servido como secretaria de la Junta de la Iglesia del Nazareno Landívar, por varios años en diferentes periodos, así como en el Concilio de MNI del Distrito Central como coordinadora de T & T, vice–presidente y luego, durante 9 años como presidente.

Serví también como coordinadora de MNI para el Área Central de la ex Región MAC, asistiendo en el ministerio a los países de Guatemala, El Salvador y Honduras.

En el ministerio global, serví durante 2 cuatrienios (2001 – 2005 y 2005 – 2009) como miembro del Concilio Global de MNI en representación de la ex Región MAC, miembro de la Junta General de la Iglesia del Nazareno (2005 – 2009) y miembro del Comité Internacional de la denominación (2005 – 2009), representando a la misma ex región.

En el ministerio regional, serví como miembro del Comité Consultivo Regional (RAC) durante 4 años (2005 – 2009), y desde el 2004 he servido como coordinadora regional de MNI para la ex Region MAC y ahora, la Región Mesoamerica.

Agradezco a Dios por la vida de mis hijos, Ana Zoila y Wilfredo, Oscar Arnoldo y Sarita y Juan Carlos, y por mis 2 nietos, Emma Naomi y Pablo Andres y por el privilegio de poder servirle.

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