“They that sow in tears shall reap in joy…” – Psalm 126:5

The purpose of Mennonite Air Missions is to evangelize and establish indigenous mission churches in Guatemala, Central America, and other Latin American countries. Other functions include distributing humanitarian aid, establishing Christian schools and other religious and educational training centers.

History

From West to East across Guatemala, the mountains stand high. Fields lay on the slopes like the patches on the worn-out trousers of the farmers that work the land. These fields lie near to the heart of the Guatemalan people, and have been whittled small through generations of inheritance.

Tucked between the mountains are villages; clusters of small houses built around a central square and a Catholic church. To walk down…

Statement of Faith

We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and that the New Testament is the final authority for the church and for the Christian.

We believe in the Genesis account of Creation and the fall of man. We believe in the Trinity, the Virgin Birth, salvation by faith in Christ, the soon return of our Lord, and the existence of heaven and hell.

We believe that to be saved, you must repent, believe, and receive Christ, the Son of God…

Contact Us

Email our Secretary: mam@emypeople.net

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Mail Donations – Make Payable to Mennonite Air Missions

C/O Amos Hurst,
116 Rothsville Station Rd.,
Lititz, PA 17543.

Phone: (717) – 989 -1268
or (717) – 626 – 0149

Recent Newsletters

January & February 2021

January & February 2021

Cleanup in Coban Hurricane Eta brought much destruction and devastation to Nicaragua, Honduras, and Guatemala in early November. In central Guatemala, landslides buried everything in…

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November & December 2020

November & December 2020

Church Happenings As we know, COVID has affected us in many ways. Here in Guatemala, the chapel doors were closed for many months. Communities handled these shutdowns differently…

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September & October 2020

September & October 2020

Remembering Rafael Segura It happened in 1977, a few months after we came to live in El Chal. During a Wednesday afternoon prayer meeting, two men arrived whom we didn’t…

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