Amidst vibrant green hills in a suburb of Guayaquil rises the Guayaquil Ecuador Temple, the 58th temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Latter-day Saints in Ecuador attend this temple to worship God and find peace as they strive to draw closer to Him.While the Guayaquil Temple was announced on March 31, 1982, it was not dedicated until August 1, 1999 — 17 years later. The temple, which is just over 45,000 square feet, is constructed of bricks made from Asa Branca granite. On the 6.25-acre site, a fountain bubbles and tropical trees thrive. Tall windows on the edifice glisten, and a spire ascends above the celestial room, which represents heaven on earth and eternal life with God.
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Rebecca describes how the temple has helped her family to grow closer together.
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