These are some of the International Missions that we support:
We support Global Missions which commits itself to a shared life in Christ and to an ecumenical global sharing of resources and prophetic vision of a just and peaceful world order, joining with God’s concern for the poor and oppressed. This commitment will be reflected in common decision-making for mission program which will visibly witness to the oneness of mission in and through the Church of Jesus Christ.
CIEDEG: Conferencia de Iglesias Evangelicas de Guatemala . CIEDEG was born on April 15, 1987, in favor of who needed the gospel, not only in words but in concrete acts of solidarity and brotherhood. The churches join CIEDEG to be able to facilitate alternatives that allow them to express an integral message that in essence and in practice should answer to the Guatemalan reality.
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CONASPEH: The National Spiritual Council of Haitian Churches. Works to eliminate the racial, state and religious exclusion of which member churches have been victims and to promote religious, economic, social, moral and intellectual development in the country. Provides programs in education, medical, economics, theology, emergency assitance and represents the rights of the churches nationally.
Other countries and organizations we have worked with:
Costa Rica 2013: Worked with the UBL: Bible University of Latin America. We assisted in the building of student and family housing units.
Haiti 2012– Worked in Port Au Prince Haiti with the organizaion Conaspeh repairing a church damaged in the 2010 earthquake.
Guatemala 2010 and 2011– Built greenhouses in the Mountains of Guatemala with Ciedeg.
Honduras 2009– Repaired the roof to a school damaged by Hurricane with Christian Commission for Development (CCD)
Nicaraugua 2007 and 2008– Dug latrines and built a medical clinic in a remote village with AMOS Health and Hope
ElSalvador 2004, 2006- Built houses with Habitat for Humanity and Global Missions
Haiti 2003– Remodeled school and seminary with Conaspeh