Griggs, Cody and Taylor and family
Belize, AGWM Missionary
We began our missions journey by committing to spend a two-year term in Ecuador serving with the Marbut family, reaching indigenous Shuar communities. As our time in Ecuador came to a close and we began praying about the next step, a door was opened for us in Belize. As we prayed, God continued to lead us down the path to this incredible country - opening our eyes to its many needs. Belize is a small country, but even as small as it is, there are at least two unreached people groups remaining - English-speaking Jews and multicultural Muslims. In addition to the spiritual needs of the un-reached, Belize is in great need of discipleship. Of all the countries in Latin America with an Assemblies of God presence, Belize is the only one to never send out its own missionaries. Our goal is simple - come alongside the local church by supporting current pastors and training and teaching future pastors, and helping them disciple and equip their own flocks to do the work of the ministry. God has given us a vision to plant self-governing, self-supporting, and self-propagating churches; churches that are filled with the Holy Spirit and empowered to share the Gospel with all Belizean, and led by the Holy Spirit into all nations for His glory. We thank you for your prayers and support as we seek to make the name of Jesus known in all the world.