international ministry

Helping children Ministries through the word of God.

We work with church ministries specializing in children’s programs to bring opportunities, faith, and hope to less fortunate children. Through these partnerships, we help children discover their path in the kingdom of God and find their divine purpose on earth.



Job 42:2

"I know You can do all things; no purpose of Yours can be thwarted."

In Latin America, we collaborate with dedicated church ministries specializing in children’s programs to guide young lives. Together, we empower children to find their own unique paths, drawing strength from their faith and the supportive communities these ministries offer.

We believe every child, regardless of their background or experiences, deserves healing and transformation. Angels United partners with faith-based communities and church ministries across Latin America to make this a reality.

Through these partnerships, we create safe, inspiring, and healing spaces for children, drawing strength from the shared values of faith and the Bible. Alongside dedicated specialists and volunteers, we empower children to discover their unique purpose and find the strength to overcome challenges.

We teach children that they are part of something bigger than themselves, that they have a divine purpose assigned by God, and that through faith and community, they can achieve dignified lives.

Join us in this incredible cause full of faith, compassion, and transformation for all the children we sponsor. Together, with the support of church communities, we can make a lasting difference in their lives.

Ecclesiastes 4:9-12

"Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: ... If either of them falls down, one can help the other up."

we live by



The basis for creating a healthy environment of understanding, love and security that encourages change in children.



The most important thing about our cause and how the Lord changes lives through it, how mountains move and the impossible becomes possible, with faith we guide this organization to help as many children as possible.



We believe in the active collaboration and help of communities, business, volunteers and sponsors who help the programs for children be possible.

"Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." - Matthew 19:14

One of our greatest commitments is guiding children and keeping them on the path of righteousness and hope.

Together with dedicated churches and ministries, we create a loving and supportive environment where children can flourish.

Through collaborative efforts, we strive to rescue and transform as many young lives as possible.

our Goals

Our faith guides our belief that true transformation comes through God. Knowing He supports us, that His plans are perfect, and that He accompanies us brings peace and healing. With His help, anything can be overcome. His presence is as real as the air we breathe, as constant as the rising sun.

our Angels United

Daniela Etchegoyen


After years of feeling the Lord’s call to serve those in need, I am grateful to embark on this philanthropic journey. With over 15 years of experience in Insurance industry, I now have the opportunity to answer this calling in a tangible way. It’s a privilege to channel my expertise and passion into a mission that aligns with my faith, allowing me to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. I am committed to using my skills and resources to bring hope, support, and comfort to those who need it most, guided by the belief that serving others is a reflection of God’s love and grace.

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In December 2008, just one week before Christmas, my husband, 3 daughters and I were facing a vehicle repossession, home foreclosure and were near bankruptcy. I went to church and prayed, asking God to guide me. If this was his will and I was to continue in the insurance business to show me the way. I put the pocket change I had into the church collection basket and went home with my faith.


One week later an ex-coworker, from 1 of the 11 insurance companies I had worked for, called me. He said “Daniela, I have found a great opportunity! They have training and leads all in Spanish!” I thought to myself “God is this it? What should I do?” I accepted the invitation to the agent training and when I arrived it was to my surprise to find training in English. I thought to myself “Oh No! Not again!” “What am I getting myself into?” At the time, my English was not primarily used for communication but my faith has always pushed me so I prayed “God I need $5,800 and I have exactly 31 days to pay Bank of America or I will lose my home. “ I grabbed some applications and never looked back. I was able to pay my mortgage within the 31 days.


For the following three years, I was Golden Memorial’s top producer, consecutively producing $300,000 a year in annualized premium. In these past 15 years, I have learned to speak fluent English. I was also honored to be given the title of Regional Manager. I’ve won 3 cars, numerous awards, trips and accolades. With the great support of Golden Memorial I have learned great leadership and business skills. Because of them I could see the future in this agency, the future that Mr. Ray Barragan saw for all of us. I want to thank the Barragan family for sharing this opportunity with all of us. God Bless everyone.


Looking back the main motivation has always been my family because they deserve the best. Today, I am so blessed to share this opportunity and grow successful agents. I am true testimony that if you work hard, the “American Dream” does come true.

– Daniela Etchegoyen

Deborah Money

Project Contributor

My personal journey in ministry started in 2011 when I joined New Covenant Church in East Texas. This pivotal moment marked the beginning of my deep commitment to serving others and fostering spiritual growth within our community.

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My ministry journey began in 2011 when I joined New Covenant Church in East Texas. At that time, I became actively involved in reaching out to college students through a program called Real Talk. As part of Real Talk, we organized meetings on the college campus to discuss current cultural topics and explore their connection with biblical teachings. This initiative served as an evangelistic outreach ministry to engage young minds.Simultaneously, I also served as a leader in the Life Challenge college ministry at New Covenant Church.

Within this role, I had the privilege of sharing my personal testimony, offering prayers for students, and attending an annual Christian conference tailored for college students. It was during my time in these ministries that I met my husband, Kyle Money, and together, we embarked on a journey of service and faith.


In 2013, I participated in a unique ministry named Magdalene Mission. This mission involved a group of dedicated individuals, including men from our church for protection purposes, visiting strip clubs to minister to the women working there. We offered support and compassion to the ladies in their locker rooms while spreading the message of God’s love.


From 2014 to 2023, my husband and I were active members of Grace Community Fellowship, where we served as Children’s Pastors for five years and Youth Pastors for two years. During our time at Grace, I took on leadership roles within the Women’s ministry, In Bloom. This role allowed me to lead events, deliver teachings, offer prayers for women, and guide them through the Baptism of the Holy Spirit.


In May 2023, we joined a new church plant called Catalyst Community Church, where my husband serves as an Associate Pastor, and I have taken on the responsibility of leading the Children’s ministry.
Looking ahead, we are excited about our upcoming mission work in Honduras in September, where we will partner with Destino del Reino, a ministry serving 400 students ranging from infancy to 18 years of age. These students receive vital support in terms of food, housing, education, and spiritual training. Our plans include hosting a Marriage Conference for local parents and pastors and organizing a mission trip for our Youth students to Destino del Reino in 2024. Our ministry journey continues to evolve and inspire us as we strive to make a positive impact on the lives of others.

Karla Luna

Project Contributor

Graduate architect after a life in faith-based education, I felt a profound calling to be part of a cause greater than myself—the cause of serving God. Guided by this calling, I’ve dedicated myself to making a positive impact in the lives of children by joining Angels United.

kyle Money

Project Contributor

My journey in ministry ignited with a profound passion for world missions. In 2009, I embarked on a transformative 10-month discipleship program with Youth with a Mission (YWAM), where I was deeply enriched in faith and equipped with invaluable skills for serving others.

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My passion for ministry began with world missions. In 2009, I joined a 10-month discipleship program at Youth with a Mission (YWAM).


I developed my worldview by learning to live according to the Bible and traveled to places like South Korea, the Czech Republic, and Romania to serve and evangelize.


In 2010, I found my first church and my wife, Deborah. We were part of the campus ministry at New Covenant Church in Longview, Texas, for three years. In 2014, we got married and moved to Houston, Texas, where we found a new church.


In 2016, I was able to join our church staff full-time and served in various roles. During my time at GCF West, I developed as a pastor specifically for children and youth groups and facilitated all areas of church operations.


My time at GCF West was very rewarding. As I grew in ministry, Deborah and I also grew our family. Our son Kash was born in September 2020 and our son Kade was born in May 2023. I graduated from Southeastern University in August 2023 with a Bachelor of Science in Church Ministerial Leadership, and in the same month we joined in planting Catalyst .

Community church.
We have much to look forward to as we embark on building a new church community here in Richmond, Texas and develop outreach efforts with friends and family in Honduras and Uruguay.

Luis Matos

Project Contributor

Joining this project marks a significant step towards becoming an agent of change in the lives of those who need hope and support the most. I find immense joy in offering my experience and knowledge to contribute meaningfully to this cause. I’m deeply committed to making a positive impact through this endeavor.

Nicole Etchegoyen

Activities Contributor​

I firmly believe in being blessed to be a blessing to others. It is a privilege to serve children in the Church, I feel grateful to be part of this call to service.”

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It is a privilege to serve children in the Church, we offer them breakfast, we carry out educational and recreational activities, but the most important thing is that we share God’s message through his word.

There is a great need to bring faith, love and hope. It is known that childhood is a stage that marks the lives of children forever and that is why it must be taken care of.

Any action to contribute to stronger and happier childhoods is undoubtedly part of God’s purpose.

I am very grateful to be able to be part of this call to service.

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