Bibles and teaching materials distributed
A Bible for every person is possible
Many believers lack Bibles or any access to portions of the Bible as Biblical materials for evangelizing and discipleship are very scarce. By donating $7, Mies Foundation can place a Bible in the hands of a child, youth, woman or man.Donate a Bible
We have been called by God to equip believers, church planters, pastors, and ministries with Scriptures and Biblical literature to mobilize them towards the expansion of the Kingdom of God.
By financially supporting Christian workers and providing for their basic family needs we show God’s love and care in the life of His children. Also, equipping them to grow in their personal and ministerial journey.
In the heart of the community
Where it matters most.
5,000 CCC- Casas Cultos Caribe
House Churches for the Caribbean
Homes have become the preferred meeting places for new believers and for discipleship. The advantages of this strategy are:
- Easy to access in very low income areas
- The focus is on gathering people rather than on infrastructure
- They are inside the communities
- Less commute time and higher participation
Evangelism and Discipleship for Women
This project focuses on equipping local churches with Magdalene Film and materials of evangelism and discipleship to grow their community outreach for women and their families. This effort promotes the engagement of people with the Bible through small study groups.Grow a Church
Evangelism and Discipleship for Women
A project based on the Magdalene film.
Equipping Workers on the field
Helping them fufil God's calling
Sustaining those that bring the word of God.
It was in this city called Sareptathat a widow was called upon by God to sustain the prophet Elias. Mies Foundation has taken upon itself to sustain those workers and disciples that are responding to the God's calling.Equip a Worker
What they say about us
The women in our community are in great need and with Magdalena Project we will be able to minister the Word of God.
Melbis TalaveraPuerto Rico
When I went to prison to visit my son he asked me to bring him something. I only could imagine a fight right there in prison, but he looked at me and said ‘mom, I need you to bring me a Bible’
My home was a living hell. Through the study of the Bible I have learned how to become the women that God wanted me to be. Now I know how to make wise decisions that in other times they would have been violent decisions.
When founder Alfredo Vallellanes was as a missionary in South America he realized that several pastors, missionaries, church planters and workers were serving the Lord with limitations on basic needs. One of the things he struggled with as a missionary was the lack of finances to purchase Bibles for newly converted families.
Through this experience, he realized that the emphasis of missionary support was more oriented towards buildings and structures instead of taking care of the people. Alfredo was convinced that a worker well-cared for would work and serve more effectively.
While planting a church in Paraguay, Alfredo and his wife Yolanda were inspired by a noble gesture of an anonymous entrepreneur who sent them small but useful monthly offerings that were used to buy Bibles and chairs for the church. They prayed to God that one day they could also help those working in the field through small monthly contributions and biblical literature.
God used Robert and Carolyn LeMaster to advice Alfredo and Yolanda in the shaping of Mies Foundation. LeMaster Foundation became the mentors of Mies Foundation. To this day, Mies Foundation has supported over 60 Christian workers around the world and has placed over 4,000,000 Biblical Literature (Bibles, New Testament, Gospels, Tracts) in the hands of those who need them.
We envision Christian workers equipped with the Word of God, making true disciples and planting churches that transform their communities.