July 6th, 2015 by admin

Chivilcoy Camp Kitchen

Missionary James Morrell sent these photos, showing the new stainless steel kitchen appliances and work surface for the Argentine Bible Camp. They anticipate preparing meals for thousands of campers, should the Lord tarry.




July 2nd, 2015 by admin

Welcome Mark and Bekah Perry!

GMSA is delighted to welcome Mark and Bekah Perry to our missionary family. Mark and Bekah plan to join David and Kristi Flinck in Antofagasta to assist with church planting in the northern desert of Chile. Pray for them, keep an eye here for more information, and visit their website!


July 2nd, 2015 by admin

Get to Know GMSA

If you are in Canada, please get in touch with Dan and Margaret Burkholder.

If you are in England, Northern Ireland, Wales, or Scotland, please contact Nigel and Charis Kissick.

There are several GMSA missionaries presently in the United States on furlough or deputation assignment. Feel free to contact them so you can learn more about Gospel Mission of South America, their particular area of service, or to have them visit your church.

June 24th, 2015 by admin

The Road to Camp

Until today, the entrance road from the highway to the Argentine Bible Camp was mud. Today, gravel was added to the quarter mile road. This will greatly enhance access to the camp property.






June 15th, 2015 by admin

Mallohue Church Parsonage

Missionary Daryl Thompson has been busy building a parsonage for the Mallohue Church in southern Chile. The parsonage is “dried-in” for winter weather with the roof on it. The measurements are 6 meters x 12 meters = 775 square feet total. When it is finished, it will have lights, running water and septic tank and drain-field. Daryl kindly provided the following photos. Join him in prayer for the Lord’s supply for this project and for help to carry on itinerant ministry around San Ramon.


June 15th, 2015 by admin

Morrell Moments June 2015

Missionaries James and Donelle Morrell write:

God is so good! We are thankful for the work that God is doing here in Argentina. After evangelistic meetings in April, we had a couple of people receive Christ as their savior. It is a blessing to watch God work in the hearts of believers to invite their friends to church meetings and then see them get saved and discipled. Please pray for continued growth in these new believers and that other family members would trust Christ also.

We recently received our first work team from Clinton, ME. Three men came down to assist in pouring the concrete slab for the cabins. Unfortunately, the ground work was not yet completed, so they were not able to do this work when they arrived. We were however, able to complete other much needed work. We completed the sidewalks around the caretaker’s house and a couple of places that were waiting to be finished around the main building. We were also able to pour the retaining walls for the outdoor picnic area off the main building. We praise God for the partnership in ministry and for all that we were able to get accomplished.

On the heels of the guys from Clinton, we received a work team from the Argentine churches to plant more trees around the property. We were able to plant a couple of hundred trees in a matter of just a few hours. As is customary, we also enjoyed an asado (grilled meat) and had plenty of mate (an herbal tea) to share. We praise God for the many churches that come together to help advance the camp and conference ministry.

We have much work left to do before we can open camp. If you would like to be a part of a work team, please let us know!

June 12th, 2015 by admin


After months of wet weather delays for the construction of two cabins at the Argentine Chivilcoy camp, the men have drilled holes for the steel pillars and hope to install them in concrete today!





Update on June 17, 2015: posts are set and “above-ground” new cabin construction is underway.





June 3rd, 2015 by admin

Sindempart Church Building

We rejoice to see that the block walls for the Sindempart Church are being laid in Coquimbo, Chile. (Photo kindness of Don Heriberto Moreno.)


June 3rd, 2015 by admin

Damage at Camp Pirque

A strong wind caused damage to the roof at Camp Pirque. Remember brother Ivan Maluenda and those in charge as they complete the necessary repairs. (Photo is kindness of Ivan.)


May 25th, 2015 by admin

More Progress…and Delays…at Chivilcoy Camp

Missionary Tom Gibbons provided the attached photos of camp construction accomplished by the Clinton Maine Work Team. The men start their journey homeward today. Tom mentioned considerable delay affecting the foundations of the two cabins due to rainy weather. We rejoice to know that these endeavors are underway and trust the Lord to accomplish His good work according to His divine purpose, for His glory.