Jungle Master Ministries

“Each of you should use whatever gifts you have received to serve others,
as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”
-1 Peter 4:10

Would You Please Pray?

" I call on you, my God, for you will answer me; turn your ear to me and hear my prayer."  ~Psalm 17:6

JungleMaster Ministries believes in the power of prayer, especially intercessory prayer. We know our ministry cannot work without your prayers.

Prayer Requests:
~Pray for the continued progress of the Nauta Tech School.  We are in the rainy season now and this makes work on the entrance road and excavation quite hard with the continued mud halting a lot of the ground work still needed.
~Please continue to pray for the communities on the Maranon river. Being in the rainy season causes flooding leaving many who fish and farm with no work. 
~Lift up Pastor Abram(Santa Rita village) and Pastor Francisco(Atenas village) and their families as they continue to lead their churches and communities. Pray for wisdom, strength, and time to rest as the possibility of burnout is high among the village pastors.
~ Our on the ground missionaries Joel, Amy, and Carmen would covet your prayers also. Please pray that they continue seek the Lord daily. Pray that the Lord will continue to give them wisdom and discernment to His purpose for JungleMaster and His work in the jungle.
~ Prayers for Carmen as she is starting to make plans for her life after school. Pray that she will earnestly seek the Father's plan for her life and direction that He is calling her to go.

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Please pray for this family as they head to Nueva Santa Rosa for another two weeks of teaching and discipling. #prayer ... See MoreSee Less

Please pray for this family as they head to Nueva Santa Rosa for another two weeks of teaching and discipling. #prayerImage attachment

I want to ask for prayer from each and every one of you. Last Monday, June 6th a small team of missionaries went out from the church in Santa Rita (the fact that the local church is sending missionaries is an answer to many years of prayer). They are starting a work of disciple-making and loving on this small village. This has been in the heart of Abraham, who is the pastor of the church in Santa Rita, for many years.
The village where they went is named Nueva Santa Rosa. Some of the villages here in the jungle are caught in alcoholism. I've been in these villages, it's dark, scary, and hopeless. It's a terrible cycle that they get caught in. I can't imagine how scary and hopeless it must feel living in a village like this knowing that the only way in or out is by boat which costs money that you don't have.
Even for a person who has faith in our Lord. At times it just looks hopeless even to me. Last night I received a message from one of the local missionaries asking me that we would join them in prayer that Nueva Santa Rosa would be liberated from alcoholism and to pray for protection over the kids and youth in the village.
I'm asking each one of you to please ask God (the only one we know who has the power to change the hearts of these villagers).
Please ask God that He, being the Prince of Peace is the only one that can change their hearts. That He is the only one that can drive away the darkness with his Light of Hope.
We put this in your hands God!
Amen
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I want to ask for prayer from each and every one of you. Last Monday, June 6th a small team of missionaries went out from the church in Santa Rita (the fact that the local church is sending missionaries is an answer to many years of prayer). They are starting a work of disciple-making and loving on this small village. This has been in the heart of Abraham, who is the pastor of the church in Santa Rita, for many years. 
The village where they went is named Nueva Santa Rosa. Some of the villages here in the jungle are caught in alcoholism. Ive been in these villages, its dark, scary, and hopeless. Its a terrible cycle that they get caught in. I cant imagine how scary and hopeless it must feel living in a village like this knowing that the only way in or out is by boat which costs money that you dont have. 
Even for a person who has faith in our Lord. At times it just looks hopeless even to me. Last night I received a message from one of the local missionaries asking me that we would join them in prayer that Nueva Santa Rosa would be liberated from alcoholism and to pray for protection over the kids and youth in the village. 
Im asking each one of you to please ask God (the only one we know who has the power to change the hearts of these villagers).
Please ask God that He, being the Prince of Peace is the only one that can change their hearts. That He is the only one that can drive away the darkness with his Light of Hope. 
We put this in your hands God!
Amen
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Amén 🙏🏼... Praying that the gospel teaches deeper than the roots of addiction and hopelessness

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Will lift this village up in prayer, for deliverance.

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Please lift the two young men, Frank and Stwar, up in prayer. They are from the church in Santa Rita and are going to Nueva Santa Rosa (where they have, with the help of JungleMaster as well as Christian Missions Resource Center, built a mission house/church) to start teaching and making disciples for Christ.
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Please lift the two young men, Frank and Stwar, up in prayer. They are from the church in Santa Rita and are going to Nueva Santa Rosa (where they have, with the help of JungleMaster as well as Christian Missions Resource Center, built a mission house/church) to start teaching and making disciples for Christ.
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How far away from Santa Rita?

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Would You Partner With Us?

"For we are co-workers in God's service; you are God's field, God's building."  ~ 1 Corinthians 3:9

JungleMaster is a ministry that believes that God calls us to work as a the body of Christ. We believe we are called to work together with other people, ministries, and churches; unified in bringing glory to God's kingdom. Financial partners like you are needed as we work to raise up disciples here in Peru.

Here are some ways in which we partner with others in Peru.

~ Projects
We are working now on a Technical Training Center for locals that will provide needed training skills along with foundational biblical principles to raise up disciples here in the jungle.
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~ Churches
We work with several local churches and pastors in their work to raise up local disciples and send local missionaries to other communities on the river. 

~ Ministries
We work with several local and international ministries to provide training to pastors, support to churches for projects in their communities, and community programs to teach how to walk and grow in Christ daily

Would You Participate In The Work God is Doing in Peru?

"Each of you should use whatever gifts you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace in its various forms."
~1 Peter 4:10

JungleMaster believes life is a long-term mission trip, and every day is a short-term mission opportunity. God’s word makes it clear that it’s our job to share the love of Christ with people we see every day, whether we’re in our local community, or halfway across the world. And this mission not only impacts those we serve, but it is a pathway to spiritual transformation in our own lives. Come and see what God is doing in the Peruvian jungle and how He may be working in your lives through serving others.

Contact us to find out about opportunities to serve here in Peru

About Us

JungleMaster Ministries exists to share the love of Christ with the people in the Peruvian Amazon by:

-Modeling lives of faith and integrity

-Empowering the locals through training, encouragement, and strategic assistance

-Assisting other like-minded Christians in their efforts to do the same

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Matthew 28:19-20

The team here at JungleMaster Ministries is comprised of men and women who love, care, and pray for every single person. You can contact us at junglmasterministries@gmail.com.

Where We Are

Some of the villages JungleMaster works

Below is a map of the Marañon river, Nauta is located on the Marañon river about 15 miles above where it joins up with the Ucayale river. It is at this point that it officially turns into the Amazon. The map below pinpoints a few of the villages that we work with.