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Bolivia

Bolivia

EFM entered the mountainous country of Bolivia in 1978. Our work there has been primarily among the Aymara Indians of the highlands. About twenty churches have been established, some in very remote mountain areas, and a Bible institute is training Christian workers.

China

China

While EFM is currently working in China, it is a country that is officially closed to missionary activities. Therefore, we can’t share details of our efforts online. However, we would be happy to share more details with you or your church at your request.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

EFM began working in Costa Rica in the 1970’s. We currently only have one church, led by Rolando and Carmen Meneses. They are a wonderful family with five sons.They are trying to start churches in other areas of the country. We are working with them on a plan to develop local leadership.

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

EFM has been working in the Dominican Republic since 2001, when Friends of Missions merged with EFM.
David and Marilyn Middleton served as missionaries until their recent retirement. The Leivia family came from Honduras in February, 2018 to serve as missionaries with EFM. Angel Leiva was formerly a pastor and superintendent of the church association in Honduras.

Egypt

Egypt

EFM has been working in the Egypt since 1905. The first missionaries were Lewis and Viola Glenn, Della Hugill, and Marietta Simpson. Some of the early missionaries and children died on the field. The church in Egypt today is strong and growing. We have 64 churches and a Bible college with 60 students.

Eritrea

Eritrea

EFM schools in Eritrea currently have a total of 161 staff and 5,649 students. We also support 101 orphans. The schools have been established for decades and have a reputation for quality in the country.

Guatemala

Guatemala

EFM’s work in Guatemala first began in the 1960’s. Now from big cities to muddy, mountain ridges, Emanuel churches grace this beautiful country and spread the gospel far and wide, including into the neighboring country of Belize. In the late 1970’s the church was fully turned over to the Guatemalan nationals. There are currently over 100 Emanuel churches throughout Guatemala, and the church is still growing.

Honduras

Honduras

EFM started working in Honduras in the 1960’s. The work at present consists of about 60 churches, a well-organized institute, a headquarters in San Luis. We currently have a medical clinic, two radio stations, and a large property where we have developing projects that will help to support the ministry, including egg production, purified water, and a coffee plantation.

Liberia

Liberia

EFM started working in Liberia in 2017 with an exploratory trip by Dr. Stephen Gibson. EFM has founded Shepherd’s Institute of Liberia, with a ministry training program centered in Monrovia but working to develop other training sites. A farm project has been started to help support village ministry and economic development.

South Asia

South Asia

Some of the countries in this area include: India, Thailand, Myanmar, and Nepal. While EFM is currently working in South Asia, the countries where we are working are closed to missionary activities. Therefore, we can’t share details of our efforts online. We encourage you to request an update or host a gathering if you would like to learn more of what EFM is doing in this region.

U.S. Hispanic Ministires

U.S. Hispanic Ministires

The Hispanic church association has nine churches. The leaders are developing an institute to provide a program leading to ordination. If you are interested in the training, you can contact them directly.

U.S. Urban Ministries

U.S. Urban Ministries

Victory Inner-city Ministries began in 2000, starting in an inner-city park in Indianapolis. Victory Chapel and the Spanish Congregation, Iglesia Evangelica de Santidad Monte Sinai, continue the work of reaching out and making a difference in the inner city of Indianapolis. While these congregations remain relationally connected, they are now self-supporting, locally-governed congregations.

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