Welcome to Sanma!
May your visit with us be a pleasant experience. Many ask; Why do Christians do missions? I hope this site gives you some answers to those questions. Religion, and its influence on people, are one of the most controversial subjects in history.
First, at Sanma, there is nothing about religion. While difficult to believe in a normal sense, God loves the world. Missions illustrate the beauty and power of this truth. What is outlined on this site are works that we have done, and what we are learning from it. We are grateful that these missions have helped people to realize their value, potential, and the abilities that God has placed in them. These, however, are not presented as a strict set model. These can be references. God trusts and relies on those who have accepted His love. Such individuals find themselves with an urge to make known the truth they have found. You don’t need an organization to do mission work. After all, you’re not doing missions. You ARE the mission. We are honored to be a channel for you to reach the people with the light of the gospel.
While religion brings people into the confinements of man-made rules, the gospel of Jesus Christ offers freedom. There’s nothing like the gift of freedom from sin and its effects that Christ brings to your life. You’re free only when you find purpose in life. And that is possible when you know the truth. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and life…” True missions are about sharing this knowledge, believing that God has made each person with a purpose and a plan to do good things according to His plan. The gospel of Jesus Christ makes sense to life, it makes accomplishments meaningful.
Thank you for visiting us. We pray you are better off for having done so.
May you enjoy freedom in Christ today!
Established in 1998, Sanma is a Grand Prairie, Texas based 501 (c) 3 organization that designs and implements programs that help build sustainable communities and ministries through occupational Christian missions.
Missions outlined here have helped people realize their value, potential, and the abilities that God has placed in them. These, however, are not any preset model for anyone to follow. You can do similar things according to the situations you face. You don’t need an organization to do mission work. We are honored to be a channel for you to reach the people with the light of the gospel. Anyone can do missions work. Even in your own backyard or hometown.