to this missionary.
Nick and Sarah Anderson
Nick and Sarah and their son Phinehas serve on a church planting team in southern Mexico. Their area is home to the largest concentration of “people groups” (or ethnic groups) in all of the Americas. Thirty or more of these groups are unreached with the Gospel, meaning they have no self-sustaining indigenous church capable of evangelizing the rest of the population.
Their team’s strategy is to plant simple, reproducing churches in their centrally-located market town. These fellowships, in turn, are in an excellent position to make disciples in the many mountain villages in the area that have no church and – in a number of cases – no Christians whatsoever.
Nick and Sarah are also using their degrees in public health and nursing to provide a variety of medical services to the people of their region. Most recently, they have been using education, screening, and medication to help impoverished people control their diabetes, a common problem among the indigenous populations they work with.
Home Church: Cornerstone Evangelical Free Church, Yuba City, CA and Nappanee Missionary Church, Nappanee, IN