Ninos con Valor

Niños con Valor, based in Cochabamba, Bolivia, was launched in 2005 to respond to the low value placed on children in Bolivian society. Their principal objective is to respond to the gaps in the childcare system. Through their work, Niños has created a model of quality childcare, designed to integrate all children regardless of their histories or special medical/developmental needs. They operate in a discrimination free environment, where each child will learn of God’s love for them, and develop a heart to help those less fortunate than themselves.

Water Mission

Water Mission is a nonprofit, Christian engineering organization based in North Charleston, South Carolina that designs, builds and implements safe water, sanitation and hygiene solutions for people in developing countries and disaster areas. The ministry formally began in 2001 by Water Mission's founders Molly and George Greene after they were spurred to action witnessing the devastation in Honduras caused by Hurricane Mitch in 1998. They soon realized that the absence of clean water was a concern not only as a result of events like hurricanes, but was the general condition in many developing countries around the world. Today, in addition to quick response to supply water after natural disasters, they also provide sanitation services and have built and set up 2,800 safe water units in developing countries.

Frank and Anne B. in North Africa

Anne and Frank B. have served God in North Africa for 19 years living incarnationally among North African Arabs in a country that is effectively entirely Muslim. They serve with Frontiers, an international missions organization that focuses exclusively on sending church planting teams to the Muslim world. Frank and Anne lead a large team of very intelligent and talented overseas workers all committed to innovative evangelism, relevant discipleship and planting faith communities that are indigenous, viable and reproducible. Frank and Anne are also involved in economic empowerment and operate businesses to provide training and employment opportunities.


Mwamba Foundation is a non-profit Christian organization founded by Bishop Emmanuel and Dorcas Chemengich in 2000 to help provide scholarships for bright high school students from poor families and needy seminary students in North-Western part of Kenya. Mwamba is governed by two boards, in Kenya and in USA. The Mwamba Foundation works towards transforming lives in the United States of America and in Kitale, Kenya by building mutual partnerships that enhance human capacity through education, sharing of resources and cultural exchanges. They do their ministry through funding scholarships and donating school supplies to ensure that poor children have access to educational opportunities; financing seminary scholarships and workshops, and equipping their Church Resource Center to develop and enhance church leaders; and by promoting women’s development through entrepreneurial education.

Ron Irene in Paraguay

Good Samaritan has had a long relationship with Ron Irene, an Anglican priest serving in Paraguay. Along with Ron's wife Nicky, the Irenes address not only the spiritual needs of Christians in and around Asunción, Paraguay, but also through outreach to the many people in need. In his role as priest, Ron is sole pastor for both the Anglican Cathedral (Catedral Anglicana San Andrés) and Christ The Saviour Anglican Church (Iglesia Anglicana Cristo Salvador), as well as serving as the main chaplain of the Anglican school in Asunción, Saint Andrews. A major goal of Ron's as priest is to raise up local parishioners to become not only leaders in the church but also to encourage them to pursue roles in the clergy. Both Ron and Nicky work separately and as a team to provide personal and premarital counseling as well as conduct wedding ceremonies.

Rooted in Jesus

Rooted in Jesus is a group course in Christian discipleship written for use in Africa. It is the only material of its kind written especially for the use of ordinary African Christians, rather than translated from material developed for the West – where people face different problems and challenges in their Christian lives. Since its beginning in 2002, Rooted in Jesus has been adopted by over 90 dioceses and denominations in 17 African countries. In 2010, they developed a companion Rooted in Jesus Junior program for use in Sunday Schools, and today is in wide use. Rooted in Jesus is published and supported by The Mathetes Trust, a registered charity in the United Kingdom. In addition to its printed Rooted in Jesus materials, the ministry conducts conferences and seminars for African clergy to provide materials and programs for them to help beginning Christians move from baptism to discipleship in Christ.

The Diocese of Bolivia

In addition to specific ministries in Bolivia, such as presently Ninos con Valor and recently pastor Tammy Firestone a SAMS missionary and rector of La Trinidad Anglican Church in Cochabamba, Good Samaritan also supports the work of the entire diocese of Bolivia. Our church has had a long relationship with the bishop Rt Rev Raphael Samuel and supports various projects and programs he initiates and oversees. With all the social unrest in Bolivia in recent years, the bishop's work has been very challenging.