Peter & Sarah McCurdy
Peter & Sarah McCurdy

[world map] Iberoamerica and the Caribbean Costa Rica push-pin Costa Rica
[pie chart]84%Support Pledged
Evangelism Evangelism
Theological Education Theological Education
Training and Capacity Building Training and Capacity Building
The Rev. Peter and Sarah McCurdy serve in Costa Rica at the invitation of the Federation of Baptists of Costa Rica, a partner of IM. Peter’s ministry focus is spiritual renewal and spiritual formation. He serves local pastors and seminary students, seeking to provide a safe and nurturing environment for them, their families and others pursuing a call to ministry. He will also extend his ministry into Cuba. Sarah, a former French teacher, is developing her role as an educator. Peter and Sarah’s hope is that, through their ministries, hearts and minds will be changed and people will grow into the image of Christ.
Projects, Journals & News
| Doing Life Together
| Big Changes on the Horizon – US Home Assignment

After almost four years of service in Costa Rica, we will be returning to the USA, beginning June 2019, to start our required year of home assignment. This is 6 months earlier than originally anticipated but it is necessary for Peter to receive medical treatment for his migraines (read more below) and to better accommodate the children’s transition to school. 

| Testimony of a Transformed Life

A testimony of what God is doing in the life on one of the students from the Bolivian cohort of MTS Latin@ ministries program of Palmer Seminary.

| Transformational Tears

Tears are God’s gift to us, as I remember someone once telling us. Tears allow us to express deep joy, sorrow, happiness, hurt, and best of all healing! During this intensive week, the tears that were shed were a gift from God.

| Celebrate with us!

A few weekends ago, Peter joined his students in celebrating their accomplishment of graduating with their Master’s of Theology. Read about how God is working in the lives of some of the students.

| The Passage of Time

How quickly time passes in life. This is what I find myself reflecting on and also asking myself: When did I get old enough for this?
For what you may ask?
Old enough to have a child going to College. And I know, I am still young, but sending my oldest off to College and begin her adult life…it makes me feel old.