SAMAir- The largest SAM Peru ministry. They fly planes into remote areas of the jungle only accesible otherwise by boats (which can take weeks). Their "clients" are mostly other missionaries, Bible translators, and people with medical emergencies.
Crisis Pregnancy Center- Brand new ministry hoping to have their official kick-off this year. I loved hearing how one of the women starting it was inspired to do it after growing up in Pucallpa, Peru as a missionary kid and seeing some of her friends struggle with unplanned pregnancies (one of these friends died due to complications from an abortion).
Motociclistas por Cristo- Using their presence in Motocross (dirtbike racing?) to impact a group of Peruvians who don't usually have much contact with "churchy" types.
Mil Palmeras Church- This is a new church celebrating its 4 year anniversary this month. They are successfully reaching out to the professional (upper) class-- a fairly unreached group in Peru.
IBEPA (Bible Institute)- Night class seminary in Pucallpa for local pastors. Their aim is to train and equip the pastors in this area who otherwise wouldn't have access to education (in Lima) due to time and money.
Shipibo tribe ministries- SAM has worked with this tribe since 1933. At this point there are 56 churches, a Bible institute, and a hostel + (food, health post, etc) for tribal people coming off the river (into Pucallpa) who can't afford lodging.
River for Christ- Bible institute and discipleship program from semi-literate church leaders along the Ucayali River.
Iquitos area ministries- This is basically one amazing woman who has given her life (50+ years?) to establish churches and train leaders in this jungle area of Peru.
Nursing ministry- A long-time SAM missionary (and professional nurse) has recently begun leading training seminars for local nurses. The goal is to improve health care in the area and reach out to more people with the news of God's love.
SAM Academy- Missionary kid school for SAM kids plus a handful of others. Top goals for 2009 include ridding the classrooms of bats and protecting homework from their droppings. Also pursuing educational excellence on par with anywhere else in the world!
Misión Santiago- Rehabilitation and discipleship for drug addicts. They insist on voluntary committment and encourage a one year in-house stay.
Puerto Supe- Cubases plus us. You can read the rest of the blog if you're unsure about what we do here :-)