RamirezMano de Amistad/Hand of Friendship (Hispanic)

Becky and Humberto Ramirez form a ministry which is reaching out to the Hispanic population – estimated to number more than 100,000 people – in the Indianapolis area. The vision of their ministry is: “To partner with churches and ministries to establish dynamic Hispanic congregations.” Humberto, Becky and their team have worked at forming interpersonal relationships with local Hispanic families. Their activities have included home Bible studies, a partnership with Wheeler Mission Ministries, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, a Hispanic Mothers Club, a Kids Club, VBS programs, family camps, and advising and helping Hispanics with personal needs and cultural issues.

Mano de Amistad/Hand of Friendship
c/o Englewood Christian Church
Missionaries: Humberto and Becky Ramirez
57 N. Rural St.
Indianapolis, IN 46201
Email: ramirez-ray@usa.net

PinehavenPinehaven Christian Children’s Ranch

Pinehaven Christian Children’s Ranch and School was founded in 1976 by Robert Larsson and his wife Nancy, and was founded to provide alternative living solutions for at-risk children. Today Bob Larsson and his son, Andy, are Co-Head Wranglers. Pinehaven is an 1100 acre ranch located in St. Ignatius, Montana, which is in western Montana. Children come there from all over the country and Pinehaven accepts children ages 4-18. Most children who live at Pinehaven have come from broken homes, are involved with the wrong crowd, doing badly in school and have few, if any, spiritual values.

Pinehaven Christian Children’s Ranch
Director: Bob Larsson
P. O. Box 940
St. Ignatius, Montana 59865-0940
Email: pinehaven@blackfoot.net