Before joining Alfalit, Benito studied Educational Sciences (University of Morón) and left to create a rural ministry. He was director of the Escuela Cristiana Evangélica Argentina [“Argentine Evangelical Christian School”] Elementary School and a teacher at Juan Amós Comenio High School. Under the auspices of the Fundación Educativa Comunidad Evangélica Argentina [“Argentine Evangelical Community Educational Foundation”]. When Argentina’s Ministry of Education signed an agreement with the Organization of American States, Benito learned to utilize technology in educational settings. The first director of El Centro Comunitario en Andacollo [“Community Center in Andacollo”], he established Centros Comunitarios Rurales Evangélicos [“Evangelical Rural Community Centers”]. These centers serve as schools and support points for residents to receive information and assistance to address health, hunger, family issues, and other life challenges. When the Centers were being built, he did whatever was necessary, like driving truckloads of supplies to sites, plumbing, cooking meals, and other manual labor jobs. Today, 10 of these centers are found throughout Argentina to serve all but lower-income individuals in particular.