Throughout the years, Pan-American Missions in Chiapas has had the opportunity to receive teams from the United States that have come here to serve within our communities and Churches. We have had mission teams from the States of Oklahoma, Georgia, Texas, South Dakota, and California.
Our needs in Chiapas are vast. There are many areas in which a mission team can consider serving in. For example:
•Spiritual development conferences.
•Revival services and Evangelistic Campaigns.
•Door to door evangelizing.
•Christian film ministry.
•Youth camps and VBS.
It is always a blessing to know that the mission teams serving in Chiapas come here to be a blessing to our people. There aren’t words to describe the positive impact that they have caused in our communities. And it is always uplifting to hear how much more blessed the mission team members feel after serving with us for even just a short period of time. Whether you would like to serve here individually or with a mission team, for ten days or ten months, Pan-American Missions in Chiapas is equipped to receive people of all ages, and we are able to work with you to develop a mission work plan.
There are several Church’s in different communities, children’s orphanages and shelter homes that you can serve in. The opportunities and the needs are plenty!
“Driving to the Mission in Puerto Madero for the first time, I thought to myself, “How can such a beautiful place with so many natural resources be filled with such poverty and crime?” While working side by side doing VBS and painting part of the Church Claude Cook helped to plant, I realized that the people of the Church have experienced the peace that only can come from Christ Jesus. Despite the circumstances that surround them, they had joy and welcomed us with open arms. This Church was one of four that Pan American Missions started through Claude Cook. Pan American Missions supports the Church and it is a place of refuge in Puerto Madero. I decided at that point on that I wanted to be more active in the support of this wonderful work that was started so many years ago.” – Margaret Elizabeth Hambrick