308 Windridge Dr.
West Monroe, LA. 71291
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Karvin & Sandy Adams
First North American missionaries from their denomination to Ecuador
To be a partner with the Church in making disciples of the
Indigenous Peoples of the Americas
Karvin's book "Is There Anything I Can Do?"
about their missionary experiences
Help the Indigenous Peoples Become Spiritually Mature that Their Churches,
with the Help of the Holy Spirit,
May Be Self-Governing, Self-Propagating and Self-Reliant
Partners in Missions Is...
~Governed by a Board of Directors
~Approved by IRS as a Nonprofit Religious Organization 501 (c) 3
All Donations are Fully Tax Deductible and Used 100% as Donor Designates
Our Support Comes Entirely From...
Individuals and Congregations
Who Share a Common Burden for Reaching the Indigenous Peoples.
We are Not Funded by Any Certain Denomination
Areas of Ministry Include...
~Faith Promise Mission Conventions
~Providing Short-term Mission Opportunities
~Working with Missionaries and Their Sending Agencies
~D.S. Warner Christian School in Chepen, Peru
~Working with the Mayan Indians of Guatemala
Doña Concepción Ramírez Mendoza (Chonita)
The Most Famous Woman in Guatemala
Her image has been on Guatemala's $.25 coin since 1959, also known as an advocate for peace.
She and her family have been pioneer evangelical church workers for over 50 years.
Her father and husband were both killed in Guatemala's civil war (1960-1996) even though they didn't take-up arms.
She spoke in our seminary March 2017.
Karvin helped paint her house in Santiago Atitlan 2017.
(Otto Lopez, Director)
Mayan & Mestizo
There Anything I Can Do?"
their mission experiences
available in eBook & paperback at