Powell, Dave & Rachael

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Dave and Rachael are missionaries in Pucallpa, Peru. They are from Michigan and have been serving with SAM for many years in a variety of roles. Dave previously served as the Peru Field Director. The Powells have lived in Mazamari supporting the ministry of the Ashaninka Bible Institute. They continue this support today, a vital presence in the on-going sustainability of this ministry. Rachael is a nurse and has had an impact for Christ in hospitals throughout Pucallpa.

The Powells are passionate about education and leadership development. They are involved in the ministry of Mil Palmeras church, discipling youth through small group bible studies.

    Ministry: Mil Palmeras Church

    In 2006, the South America Mission Peru Church Planting team began Iglesia Mil Palmeras, in Pucallpa, Peru, also known as Thousand Palms Church. Today, the church is transforming its community by embodying the Kingdom of God.

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    Ministry: Ashaninka Bible Institute

    The Ashaninka Bible Institute opens its doors every August and September, offering biblical and pastoral training. The Institute is designed to meet the basic needs of the Ashaninka people in central Peru.

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    Ministry: Peru Field, GO Fund

    Each of South America Mission’s countries of service incurs costs associated with managing and facilitating ministry and caring for missionaries (e.g. compliance with local government regulations, operating a field office, stewarding field finances, etc.) Resources allocated in support of the general operations of the Peru field directly support the infrastructure essential to ministry.

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    Ministry: Ashaninka Sponsorships

    The Ashaninka Bible Institute first opened its doors in the 1990’s. The Institute faithfully serves small churches among the 30,000 Ashaninka tribespeople throughout the central jungle region of Peru. Ashaninka sponsorships directly enable Institute students to complete coursework and serve their local communities.

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