Our mission is to serve the physical and spiritual needs of our people both at home and overseas. To fulfill this worldwide mission, we maintain a range of educational, evangelistic, relief, social service, church and child care ministries in 24 countries around the world. Our mission and service ministry is made possible through the Grace of God and by the gifts of individuals and churches who are committed to fulfilling the Great Commission.
“But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never failing stream.” Amos 5:24 We fought the battle of Avarayr and kept the torch of faith ablaze.. We won the battle of Sardarabad and conceived the adorable homeland, Armenia. We shall defeat this heinous aggression and save ARTSAKH for our children and grandchildren. Brave defenders of the land are spilling their blood by the day, hour or the minute as… Read More
On this Lord’s day, Sunday morning, September 27, 2020, once again the borders of the peace loving nation of Artsakh Republic is violated. Once again, the peaceful civilian population of Artsakh is attacked, rushing women and children to shelters.Once again, hired mercenaries lifted from the hot spots in the Near East have joined the Azeri assault. Once again, cities, towns and villages, where the population were peacefully preparing to attend Sunday worship… Read More
“…I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision” -Acts 26:19
He was not!
People, young and old, famous or ordinary, dear or distanced, pass away every moment on this planet called Earth.
People hear, read, listen, nod and go on with their lives.
The passing of only a few later raises the question, “do you remember that moment?”
That moment belongs to a few.
MISSION: Raising Hope for Beirut
Rev. Mike Mekredijian
I’ve lived in 16 different homes. I’ve lived in 9 different cities.
Each of the different locations have shaped key memories. My time in Lebanon from 1988-1992 etched some scary yet remarkable aspects of my identity. I learned to play on the streets during ceasefire, but I also learned much about my Armenian heritage. I learned to endure through hardship, but it prepared me for harder difficulties. Even though I wanted to just goof off during chapel at the Armenian Evangelical School in Ashrafiyeh, Lebanon, looking back I often wonder if God was preparing me for something…
The 101st Annual Meeting of AMAA will be held via Zoom Conference on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 11:00AM Eastern Time (8:00AM PACIFIC TIME).
All members and friends of the AMAA are invited to attend the Meeting to:
1. Consider and approve the reports of the Officers, Committees, Chapters and Affiliated Boards of the Association for the fiscal year 2019-2020;
2. Review and accept the Financial Statements and Auditor’s Report for the fiscal year 2019-2020;
3. Announce the names of the newly elected Class of 2023 Board Members;
4. Elect members to the Nominating Committee;
5. Elect Auditor for 2020-2021; and
6. Consider and address any other business that may come before the membership.
From early morning, festive songs and music created an exciting atmosphere in the spacious playground of the School. A traditional moment with balloons, bouquets and festive decorations. Smiles and excitement on the faces of the children while parents followed their children from a short distance. School Principal Melanya Geghamyan reminded the parents the instructions regarding the new conditions due to the pandemic and acquainted them with the COVID-19 guidelines and the steps… Read More
The internet is a depository for a wealth of information and knowledge on a vast spectrum of subjects, available 24/7 to a rainbow of people around the planet.
The internet has also grown to become a depository of half-truths, false news, and an abundant storage of hatred, lies and immorality.
The key to its value lies in the careful scrutiny of what a researcher is seeking.
A treasure that I recently came across on the internet is the authoritative 1611 King James Bible (the picture illustrates a copy of the special edition marking the 400th anniversary of the translation and publication in 2011), the first Bible printed by the prestigious Oxford University Press in the year 1611. The 400th anniversary volume reprinted the large body of preliminary matter, which includes genealogies, maps, and lists of readings, as well as the translator’s preface to the reader; content removed from later editions.