Costa Rica & Guatemala
Hogar de Vida
We are excited to be in partnership with partnership with Tim and Dena Stromstad and their ministry at Hogar De Vida, as they care for children in difficult home situations, and share the love of Christ with hurting children and families. Lakeland sends mission teams to Hogar De Vida yearly.
Lakeland supports Amanda Bartz with Students International. She is bringing students and the marginalized people of Desamparados, Costa Rica together cross-culturally to encounter God, share the Good News, disciple and serve others through a (developing) community wellness ministry. You can find more information on Students International HERE.
Soddo Christian Hospital
We have a deepening partnership with one of the fastest growing and most effective Christian hospitals around the world. Soddo Christian Hospital has become a training center for nationals and a beacon of hope to a nation where it’s not uncommon to travel 8 hours to get medical care. Watch their video HERE.
Missionaries Eric and Julianne Wildgen are veterans to missions in Africa, but they are now taking on the task of living in Chad. Chad is located in North Central Africa and has huge spiritual needs.
Kevin and Erica Pippert are the Southern African Regional Coordinators for Medical Ambassadors International facilitating the expansion of Community Health Evangelism (CHE) in 10 countries in Southern Africa. CHE is a wholistic ministry that equips local community members to meet their own needs in various areas of community development, preventative health care, evangelism, and discipleship. The Pippert’s established 360 Transformation, a South African Non-Profit Organization, to aid in establishing the Southern African CHE network and to also provide training and consulting in principles of community development for churches, non-profit organizations, and funding agencies that work in developing communities. Follow them on their website HERE.
New Thing partnership with Compassion International – Church plant Iglesia Evangélica de Santidad Lejamaní, in Lejamaní, Comayagua, Honduras. Lejamaní is a village of 5,680 people. The people in this community suffer from extreme poverty, high unemployment and constant health problems. Please pray for Pastor Jose Adan Castillo and the members of this community as they work to realize their dream of having a new church home.