Mustard Seed Orphanage provides food, housing, Christian education, discipleship, job training, and medical care for over 190 widows and orphans. Mustard Seed Orphanage consists of three houses: Ebenezer, Hosanna, and Mustard Seed. Widows help care for the orphans, enabling these women to be self-sufficient and integrated into the church. The orphanage keeps livestock and grows most of the food to feed the children in their care.
MISIUR seeks to improve the quality of life of the poorest children in Peru through comprehensive spiritual and physical care. MISIUR operates two after school programs that serve over 100 children and teens each day. These programs create a safe place away from gang violence where the children are fed both physically and through Bible study. MISIUR also operates “Bread of Life,” a program that offers nutritious daily lunch and a Scripture portion five days a week for approximately 500 children in the slums of Lima, Ayacucho, Moyobamba, and Trujillo.
Hanna Orphan’s Home (HOH) cares for children who lost parents to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. HOH cares for orphans in eight homes, each run by a house mother. Additionally, HOH provides support services to vulnerable children in their local community, including a medical clinic for impoverished families. Children in both programs are enrolled in a local school and attend HOH’s after-school program, where kids get a meal, participate in Bible studies, receive counseling, and have access to the ministry’s library. During the summer, children participate in a special program designed to cultivate and explore talents and interests with professionals, which culminates in an art and innovation talent show.