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.
“My home is in heaven I’m just traveling through this world.” -Billy Graham
Praise the Lord for the life of a humble servant of God who touched the lives of millions in his lifetime and led them to the Savior.
Today, we remember and celebrate the life of Rev. Billy Graham. Regarded as the most influential preacher of the 20th century, he carried the Gospel to every corner of this world. We remain grateful for his life here on Earth.
The Heroism of Vartanantz
By Rev. Dr. Ara Chakerian
As a young boy, I had heard of Vartan Mamigonian’s story of heroism. Many nations have their heroes, and I believed Mamigonian was our Armenian hero. As I grew older and studied his life in more detail, I found out he was but just an ordinary man, who did not possess any super-powers or mighty abilities. He was a regular man who had fears, failures, and he also bled like any human being. Yes, what made him different was his faith, his courage, and his resolve.
The Highest League of Chess Championship of Armenia for 2018 just came to an end. By the results of the tournament, for the second year in a row, Woman International Master (WIM) Siranush Ghukasyan, an AMAA sponsored child won the title of vice-champion of Armenia. We congratulate Siranush on her successful performance and for the honorable prize of Armenian women’s silver medal awarded to her. We are convinced that the best victories are… Read More
Every year, The Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA), in collaboration with the Evangelical Church of Armenia, organizes Christmas celebrations for about 10,000 children living in Armenia and Artsakh. Children enjoying a beautiful Christmas Program return home with Christmas Joy Packages full of beautiful gifts. During the Christmas celebrations, filled with plays, songs and exciting games, children embrace the amazing story of Jesus, and relive the joy of the Savior born. Thanks… Read More
“Each year the Hrant Dink Foundation prepares an Agenda on a particular topic. The theme for 2018 is ‘Memory’.”
January 19th is the (11th) anniversary of a failed attempt to erase memory.
Dark forces planned the placement of a gun in the hands of a hired assassin with the aim and hope of erasing memory.
Hrant Dink arose as the voice of memory.
For stimulating memory, Hrant Dink sacrificed his life.
Memory has no address nor physical existence.
Memory cannot be erased.
On the occasion of this tragic anniversary, we salute the Hrant Dink Foundation.