Mission Projects Inc. is a supporting organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, dedicated to spreading the gospel by way of medical, educational, and evangelistic endeavors. MPI was formed in 1975 in Chiapas, Mexico, when two families established the Bella Vista Clinic and School, as well as a mission aviation program. A few years later, MPI began supporting lay workers in Mexico and Central America. The workers’ main focus was to take the gospel to unreached areas, working with local district pastors to create church plants and to establish an Adventist presence in remote villages.
Today MPI continues to sponsor lay workers in Mexico and Central America, as well as in parts of Africa, South East Asia, and South America. In addition, MPI supports an indigenous school in Mexico, various One-Day Church and One-Day School building projects, and worthy student assistance in Adventist institutions. Other projects in these areas are undertaken as the needs and opportunities arise.
MPI is also involved in medical outreach, primarily through La Loma Luz Adventist Hospital in Belize. The hospital was turned over to the Adventist Belize Union Mission in early 2010. This transfer has resulted in a partnership between Adventist Health International Services (AHIS), Loma Linda University Medical Center, the Adventist Church in Belize, and MPI. This partnership has created more treatment options, drawn more professionals to the hospital, and elevated the credibility, patient load, and outreach in the local community. This facility is recognized throughout the country for its loving, high-quality, Christian healthcare.
MPI welcomes short-term work groups and evangelistic outreach teams to any of the countries in which they operate. They also welcome short or long-term medical students and volunteers at La Loma Luz Adventist Hospital.
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