Panama is the first step towards Central and South America that God led 4CM to plant churches in. Taking a step of faith, our organization was able to purchase land to start building a mission center in 2006. Today, 4CM has been able to plant ten churches and one mission center from Chepo throughout the Darien region and even at Yaviza, one of the last Southern communities near the Colombian border.



In 2006, 4CM purchased land to dedicate as the mission center in which discipleship training and equipping will take place for local pastors and missionary groups. Due to the strategic location of being the midpoint between the major cities and the indigenous communities, our mission center effectively serves to equip the local leaders that go out to spread the gospel in each of their villages and local churches.

Through the networking of pastors that formulated in our initial discipleship trainings at the mission center, we were able to reach out to a region deep in the province of Darien, called Cucunati where we felt the call to construct a church building for their congregation which worshipped under a small hut. Throughout the years, God used 4CM to construct church buildings for local churches that could not afford to construct a building for their congregation. 4CM has also planted churches in remote communities that have encountered the Gospel for the first time.



In 2008, 4CM reached out to the Embera people group to share the Gospel and share the love of Christ. By early 2008, 4CM was able to plant a church in Embera Puru, an Embera community, as we were able to finish and dedicate the church. 4CM also placed a missionary from a neighboring Embera community to pastor the people in Embera Puru in their native language.


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