As of Easter 2016, we have partnered with World Compassion Network and Arqui Zapata to launch Iglesia de la Resurrección (Resurrection Life Church) which offers full-family services as well as discipleship, leadership and mentoring classes for families in El Progreso.
We opened our bilingual school, Academia Cristiana Americana, last August by offering free English classes. As of April 4, we have opened registration for the 2016-2017 school year for grades K-3 through K-5. Our plan is to continue to add grades until we offer all of high school as well.
Since March of 2015 we have hosted 2 work crew, 2 outreach teams, a medical brigade, as well as numerous individuals on mission trips, and have more trips planned throughout summer.
Evangelism. Education. Empowerment. Environmental Sustainability.
In addition to the 24 acres on the mountain where the fish farm is located, CAM has 12.4 acres for agriculture on the missions compound where the missions center, school, and trade and Bible school are located. Our mission for the agriculture program in not only to produce a sustainable crop to under-ride our ministry operations, but also to use it as a platform for environmental education, and to help local farmers develop their own sustainable crops.
Trade and Bible School
The Trade and Bible school facilities is separate from the educational building, yet still on the missions complex. This site contains classroom facilities as well as a culinary kitchen; it will be used for Bible school as well as vocational training such as business, cosmetology, woodworking, basic nursing and more.
In addition to CAM’s ministry projects, we also support other ministries in Honduras (such as A New Beginning Woodworking Ministry pictured above) through bringing teams to help with projects or through meeting needs using our logistical supply lines.