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MissiontLatiAmerica

Missions to Latin America is a non-profit 501c3 mission's organization founded in 1998 by missionaries Paul and
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Teresa Stilwell. It's primary objective is promoting the spread of the Gospel through church planting, training, construction, and evangelism resources. The Stilwells are church planters themselves, and they network effectively with churches in Mexico and the United States.  Teams come from many parts of the United States in the months of January – March and form a key part in the extension of the Gospel.

For a feel of what the work projects are like, why not browse some of the links on this page! We have available an orientation sheet for those church groups desiring to form a short-term work team.

The Stilwell's
Though Paul and Teresa have both studied in Bible Insitutes, most of their training has been informal apprenticeship relationhips under quality ministers. For two years Paul apprenticed under Pastor Gerald Zordel in Canon City, Colorado. He later apprenticed for two years under missionaries Robert and Marjorie Clingan in Torreon, Mexico, and two more years under Ray and Phyllis Bedwell in Monterrey, Mexico. He was an elder and Mission's Director in his home church, Cornerstone Christian Church, in Spooner, Wisconsin, for several years between 1992 - 1997.

Paul and Teresa returned to southern Mexico in 1998, being sent by their home church, Cornerstone Christian Church, in Spooner, Wisconsin. They worked alonside alongside long-time missionary, Earl Kellum, until his death in 2004. In 2000 Paul became the coordinator of the US construction teams that go annually to Mexico. Paul and Teresa currently pastor a church which they planted in the town of Tepecoacuilco.

A Tribute to Missionary Earl Kellum

Brother Earl Kellum was called into the ministry over 60 years ago at the age of 12. He faithfully served the Lord in Mexico, Central and South America for more than fifty years.

He reaped a great harvest through tent meetings, church planting, church construction, discipling in much of Latin America. Earl was instrumental in the planting of several hundred churches in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Peru.