Working closely with Peruvians, CMRC has been active in developing church construction, children’s clinics, visitation, and providing ministry resources.
How it Began
Along the Amazon River is a city called Iquitos. This has been a popular destination for short term CMRC teams to assist in church building opportunities and children’s ministry in growing Christian communities. Working closely with Peruvians, CMRC has been active in developing church construction, children’s clinics, visitation, and providing ministry resources. Peru stretches across 2400km of shoreline along the west coast of South America. With a great economically diverse population of 30 million people and a climate ranging from tropical Amazon jungle and Andean Mountains to coastal deserts, Peru provides a unique environment for many missional opportunities.
hear their stories
Sindi is diligent and makes a lot of effort and responsibility in her studies, this is reflected in her good grades. One day, while I was visiting her, she asked me to pray for her family, she looked worried, so I decided to ask her if there is something specific to pray for…
What's happening Summer months tend to be a little slower here in Canada for charities. Most people are enjoying the warm summer weather,...
Noe Jesus Parra Rojas Story I was born in Aramachay, a town in the Peruvian highlands. My parents divorced when I was two years old and I...
On my recent trip to Cuba I sat down with Idanys Almaguer. She shared some of her experiences as a wife and mother over the past couple of years during Covid.
Don’t let the picture here fool you, I was very uncomfortable with them! Having said that, praying in drug holes, twelve-hour flight delays, fearful dreams and speaking in prisons haven’t been my first choice either. But these occurrences were some of the experiences I am now grateful to reflect upon.
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Building ChurchesCMRC practices practical ministry by partnering with local churches in impoverished communities in Cuba and Peru to...
My name is Rocksy Tamayo Curitima, I was born in Isla Iquitos Community in iquitos, Peru. I finished my high school studies at Miguel Grau Seminar No. 60025 in my community. Currently I am studying Computing in Senati through a scholarship that I get thanks to the organization CMRC.
It has been 15 years that we have been here in Urubamba working for our Lord and HE has done great things!!!!
Rosario and Wilmer have 7 children – the youngest 4 years old. Their home was destroyed in the earthquake of August 2007. As earthquakes...
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