At Missionary Ventures, we desire to see families and communities thrive. We seek to see individuals become not only followers of Jesus, but also see families lifted out of cycles of poverty and disease. Our strategy includes contextualized community health training, medical centers, vocational training, re-nutrition centers and clean water initiatives.

“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’”  Matthew 25:40

Our ministries take on unique expressions in different contexts. Check out the following examples...

How MVI Responds to Disasters

First there were back-to-back typhoons, and now a volcano was erupting? Pastor Danny Macuha, an MVI missionary in the Philippines, could see the giant plume from the Taal volcano as he prepared to board the ferry home. What is happening now, God? he wondered. Pastor Danny had spent the last month responding to the needs…

A New Home in Guatemala

Gladys and her four children lost everything when Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano erupted last year. The eruption killed hundreds and displaced thousands. Gladys and her children escaped with their lives, but like many others, their home was gone. But last month they were presented with a new home, built in partnership with Missionary Ventures, Catalyst Resources…

Old Machines Bring New Life

Too old to be used by God? Not for a collection of sewing machines!   The old Singer sewing machines were accidentally shipped from Europe to a business in Sanford, Florida. Although the shop owners specialized in re-purposed antique wood and industrial antique machinery, they didn’t have a specific use for the sewing machines, and…

Dying of Hunger No More!

The village of Chifwa Nsala in Zambia had two watering holes – large, dirty holes protected by fences made of sticks. They didn’t have a well, so instead they relied on these two holes to fill with water each rainy season.   With buckets or barrels, in cans or carts, they had to gather water from…

Our Calling Is To Love

When Adam Olson went on a short-term trip medical mission trip to Nicaragua, it changed his perspective about life, love and the mission field […]

A Job Provides a Way Out

Lydia’s father passed away when she was young. At 16, when she was part way through her high school, her mother became ill and she had to drop out of school for lack of fees […]

The Story of Sonflower Cottage

The most exciting thing happened to us this year. Salma and Elvis Garcia, who live with us and share the ministry load here […]

From Missionary Kid to Medical Doctor

My name is Juan Pablo Noriega Herrera. I am […]

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