Lourdes began ministerial work with the children in her church where she was spiritually born. After, she served in the city of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, with children and supporting the youth group. Later she entered Seminary in the city of Guaymas, where she was studying and working in the Emmanuel Baptist church for four years. Upon graduating from the seminar, Lourdes married Pastor Arturo Aguirre. They started the ministry together at the Cristo Vive Baptist Church in the town of Santa Ana Sonora and had a call to work as missionaries in Nayarit. There they started two missions and visited a town in Santa Maria del Oro. After three years they went to Cristo Viene Baptist Church in La Paz, Baja California Sur. They started the work in that place and opened a mission in the town of Calafia. In that same city they worked at the Baptist House of Prayer church. In prayer and direction of the Holy Spirit, Lourdes and Arturo moved to Hermosillo, Sonora, city where they began their current ministry. Together, they planted El Sembrador Baptist Church where they have a children’s club in neighborhoods. They work in cells, share the Word and support the needy. They started a new plant in the town of Miguel Aleman and Punta Chueca (with the Seris indigenous group). So far, after Arturo’s death, Lourdes continues working with the same goals he had and continues to move forward on the ministry they started together.
When Lourdes was a teenager, her parents began to meet at the Eben-Ezer Baptist Church in Nayarit. They invited her to attend but initially it was boring and a waste of time. They never forced her—they let her make her own decisions. The whole family left home on Sundays, either to church or for a walk, so Lourdes was left alone at home. So, in order to not be left alone, Lourdes started attending church, although not to listen. The young people began to invite her to their meetings, and she got involved with them for fun, until one day in a campfire they sang a song saying that if I died at that moment where would I go. Lourdes meditated on it and with what she had already heard of the Word, she answered that question within herself. Lourdes got up and walked home crying. When she arrived, she entered my bedroom and, on her knees, spoke with God asking for forgiveness and to give him her life.
Married May 11, 1992. Widow December 14, 2018
Ana Abigail Aguirre Andrade
Angelica Adamic Aguirre Andrade
Abdiel Arturo Aguirre Andrade
Areli Andrea Aguirre Andrade
Las Americas Administrative Commercial School. Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico. 3 years of Accounting.
Baptist Theological Seminary of Sonora. Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. 4 years. Bachelor of Christian Education.
Some APEN workshops. Other ones in Guadalajara Jalisco, Nogales, Sonora, Guaymas, Sonora, Tepic, Nayarit, La Paz, Baja California Sur,