WHAT WE DO
CHURCH LEADERSHIP TRAINING
We have held Church Leadership conferences in four Latin America countries with leaders from 13 different countries attending. To date 1,585 church leaders have been trained in one of our seminaries.
D.S. WARNER SCHOOL IN PERU
Partners in Missions helped build the D.S. Warner School in Peru that started in 2000 with only five kindergarten children. It now has an enrollment of 180 children in K - 6th Grade. Our computer lab has 3 times the number of computers per student as the public schools. Several new families have started attending the church as a result of the school's ministry to the students and city. All classrooms are equipped with big screen TV’s with DVD Players, security cameras and interactive smart boards.
ORPHANAGES IN GUATEMALA
PiM works with two different orphanages in Guatemala, builds houses for widows and their children, and also church buildings.
THE CHANCE PROJECT IN GUATEMALA
We partner with a Guatemalan woman, Soledad (photo below) whose ministry empowers women who have been abandoned by their husbands, by providing Vo-Tech training that they may be self-sufficient, “Chance Project”.
Our ministry includes taking people on trips to the mission field for hands-on experience of cross-cultural ministry. Over 500 have gone on these 78 trips to date, doing manual work as well as preaching, teaching; being the hands and hearts of Christ.
The “E’s” of Our Ministry
Encouraging U.S. congregations to get involved in missions (conventions and trips)
Educating nationals (two Christian schools)
Enlarging God’s Kingdom (evangelism, discipleship, church planting and radio)
Edifying, Encouraging and Equipping church leaders (conference and seminary training)
Empowering abandoned/abused orphans and women (orphanages, food, shelter and vo-tech training)