- GLOBAL MISSION
- WAYS TO SUPPORT
Eliberto Juárez and Molly Jamison Juárez are endorsed to serve as global servants in El Salvador with IM partner Mision Vida y Paz (MVP), or Mission Life and Peace. They share a strong commitment to peace building and social transformation through the power of the gospel. MVP is an educational program based on biblical values to be used in public schools in El Salvador. The couple will build the MVP program by educating and training Christian volunteers who are committed to serve as agents of transformation in their communities. These volunteers will work with Molly, a sociologist, and Eliberto, a student of economics, to deploy the MVP curriculum. They seek to see churches living out their calling to bring God’s peace to children, families and communities.
They write – We, Molly and Eliberto, had the privilege of traveling to El Salvador for the first two weeks of December this year. During our trip we accompanied our volunteers and MVP family in the end of the year celebrations and meetings, including our Gala Dinner, and enjoyed spending time with family and friends. We are extremely grateful for our partners in mission – for all the effort they put forth week after week in the schools, for their growing faith in God and the vision of MVP, and for the great love they show to the students throughout the entire year.
Hopeful as we welcome 2020
With each visit back home we feel an even greater desire to return to living permanently in El Salvador and working daily in this mission. While our work to raise support for this ministry is still great, we trust that God will put people in our paths who want to join us in this dream of transformation and peace for students and their communities in El Salvador. We invite you to dream with us and to become part of our team, where all members are “MVP”!
We enter this new year 2020 with optimism, believing that as partners with God in this mission we will reach many more students and witness the transformational power of the Gospel in the lives and communities of our Salvadoran neighbors. We hope you join us!