PCG missionary to Panama, Bob Wilson, works to provide resources, establish churches, and facilitate educational experiences in Canas Verdes in Northwest Panama. This outreach serves hundreds of Ngobe Bugle families and seeks to uplift this people group in spiritual formation and humanitarian resources.
Casa dos Filhos in Brazil, led by missionaries Aldair and Hillary Queiroz, is an after school program to provide tutoring, activities, and snacks to children.
The PCG representatives in the Middle East regularly ship and transport bibles to various places in this region. Within the past three years, there has been over 80,000 bibles delivered with about 1200 people requesting bibles weekly.
The vision is to keep the family together, that a child should not have to be separated from his biological mother. Operated by missionaries Per and Abbi Akvist, Mercy House provides support through providing spiritual formation, education, basic necessities, and training programs to struggling families in Ethiopia.
These schools are located in the Democratic Republic of Congo under the supervision of National Bishop, Athanase Mutombo Malomo. Field representatives Doug and Phyllis Copp are assisting in this effort. Two school buildings are in need of proper trusses and corrugated roofing sheets. Over 5,000 children attend PCG-DRC sponsored schools in this region.
PCG churches in the United States are helping to build a church in Kibaha, about 50 miles from Dar es Salaam, in Tanzania. This church will hopefully serve as a central training center for this region in Tanzania. Doug Copp, field representative for Central and Southern Africa and Karen Ming, field representative to East Africa, are helping in the oversight of the project and fund raising respectively.
Bishop Charles Failosi is leading in the construction of two churches. These congregations have been meeting in grass-thatched roof structures for over 30 years. The churches in Malawi are continually growing and need new spaces for worship.
Bishop Aime is nearing competition of his 6 year church building project. They have been working especially hard on this new church. We are believing to finish the walls, restrooms, and floor as quickly as possible. Will you be a part of this miracle?
Buildings have burnt down in Wauteck, California and Bouge Chitto Indian Mission in Philadelphia, Mississippi. Both locations are in need of structural repair and could use financial assistance. For donations, please write WAUTECK and / or BOUGE CHITTO in the comments section.
The AIM Schools of Ministry, located in Winslow were established to raise up ministers to pastor and evangelize the American Natives. The two locations are in Winslow, Arizona and Bluewater, New Mexico under Allen Pashano and Davanna Driggers. For more information, contact the American Indian Missions Department by calling 817.554.5900, ext. 362.