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The purpose of SIM Peru is to glorify God by partnering with the Peruvian Church to fulfil Christ’s commission.

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The purpose of SIM Peru is to glorify God by partnering with the Peruvian Church to fulfil Christ’s commission.

Come and Serve

Apurímac Church Planting and Discipleship

Under the Christian organization AIDIA, Peruvian believers and SIM missionaries seek to see churches planted and believers discipled into mature Christians in the rural villages of Apurímac. In this region only 8 percent of the villages have an evangelical church.

Cotahuasi Canyon Church Planting and Discipleship

To see churches planted and believers discipled into mature Christians in the Cotahuasi Canyon.

Apurímac Church Planting and Discipleship

Under the Christian organization AIDIA, Peruvian believers and SIM missionaries seek to see churches planted and believers discipled into mature Christians in the rural villages of Apurímac. In this region only 8 percent of the villages have an evangelical church.

Cotahuasi Canyon Church Planting and Discipleship

To see churches planted and believers discipled into mature Christians in the Cotahuasi Canyon.

Communities where He is least known

University Students

 "I have never read the Bible before," said Juan, a new student in our English classes.

In Peru, even students who consider themselves religious have never read the Bible for themselves. We are called to share the gospel where Christ is least known, and universities are increasingly a place where students have little knowledge of the most important person in history. 

David and Christine Jeyachandran and their children are serving in Arequipa, Peru. They work with university students, making disciples and empowering students to reach their campus for Jesus. This strategic work could impact the future leaders of the nation. The Jeyachandrans engage students through small groups on campus, English conversation classes, and a web project.

Please pray that they can clearly communicate the good news of Jesus Christ in the universities. 

Prayers

1

Pray for the many students who are studying the Bible on campus and in our English ministry. Pray that we can disciple more students, and that students will be committed to reaching others for Jesus.

2

Pray for unity among the student leadership teams reaching the students on campus.

3

Pray and give praise for the many Peruvian churches and Christians who are partnering with us in all the ministries we do. Many of them work voluntarily and see this as their service to the Lord.

4

Pray all our missionaries, as they partner with the evangelical churches and Peruvian Christians. Pray that the missionaries may be good facilitators and mentors to Peruvian Christians, in order to strengthen their faith.

5

Pray for the many Peruvians who are getting to know Christ through all our ministries, that they grow in their faith and become faithful and responsible leaders and testimonies in their communities.

6

Pray for our Peruvian missionaries who are serving in Africa and Asia.

7

Pray for the new missionaries from other South American countries who are joining us to serve in Peru .


Stories from this Country

Bringing sports ministry to some of the world's highest mountains

We may have been shivering 12,800 feet above sea level in the little mountain town of Ayaviri, but the warm welcome we received from our Andean brothers and sisters in Christ was unlike any other.

Loving the children Jesus loves

When I began working with foreign, English-speaking women on parole, I had no idea it would include ministering to children. But when several women brought their children to the Bible study, we had to get creative.

Against All Odds

The road was blocked by a massive boulder, and there was no way around it; we would be walking the last one and a half kilometres. An hour late might still be considered “on time” in this culture, but we were now 90 minutes late.

Transforming Lives in Peru

My husband, Paris, and I lead a sports ministry through our church called “Fire Eagles,” and when some boys invited him to come to Fire Eagles games, Adam came. But he didn’t believe in God, and he told us he didn’t want to.

Peruvians learn about clean water and the Living Water

Life-threatening diseases are being tackled by a unique partnership between a water engineer, a dentist, a nurse and an evangelist in remote parts of Peru.

Oral Bible takes root in Quechua communities

Fortunata didn’t know what would happen in the remote Quechua village up the mountainside in Peru. Months before, she and her husband, a pastor in their hometown, felt a calling to this village. But then the threats started coming.

Stories from this Country

Bringing sports ministry to some of the world's highest mountains

We may have been shivering 12,800 feet above sea level in the little mountain town of Ayaviri, but the warm welcome we received from our Andean brothers and sisters in Christ was unlike any other.

Loving the children Jesus loves

When I began working with foreign, English-speaking women on parole, I had no idea it would include ministering to children. But when several women brought their children to the Bible study, we had to get creative.

Against All Odds

The road was blocked by a massive boulder, and there was no way around it; we would be walking the last one and a half kilometres. An hour late might still be considered “on time” in this culture, but we were now 90 minutes late.

Transforming Lives in Peru

My husband, Paris, and I lead a sports ministry through our church called “Fire Eagles,” and when some boys invited him to come to Fire Eagles games, Adam came. But he didn’t believe in God, and he told us he didn’t want to.

Peruvians learn about clean water and the Living Water

Life-threatening diseases are being tackled by a unique partnership between a water engineer, a dentist, a nurse and an evangelist in remote parts of Peru.

Oral Bible takes root in Quechua communities

Fortunata didn’t know what would happen in the remote Quechua village up the mountainside in Peru. Months before, she and her husband, a pastor in their hometown, felt a calling to this village. But then the threats started coming.