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International ministry timeline

The Luke Society has had an international ministry presence for nearly 35 years. Some ministries lasted for only a short time while others continue long-term affiliations to the Luke Society family. The linked ministries remain actively affiliated with the Luke Society.


1981: Iloilo Island and Negros Island, Philippines.
1982: Tuni, India.
1983: Olancho, Honduras.
1988: Kasei, Ghana; Moyobamba, Peru.
1991: Pitesti, Romania; Los Angeles, Dominican Republic.
1992: Kiev, Ukraine.
1994: Gracias, Honduras.
1996: Patzun, Guatemala; Freetown, Sierra Leone; Kampala, Uganda; Matupi, Myanmar.
1997: Transcarpathia, Ukraine; Xocembich, Mexico.
1998: Trujillo, Peru; Quibdo, Colombia; Colomoncagua, Honduras; La Joya, Honduras; Palawan, Philippines.
1999: Kayes, Mali; Vicksburg, Mississippi.
2000: Nairobi, Kenya; Odisha, India; Papua, Indonesia.
2001: Encarnacion, Paraguay; Jinotepe, Nicaragua.
2002: Jalapa, Mexico; Quininde, Ecuador.
2003: Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
2004: San Pedro, Guatemala (became San Juan, Guatemala in 2012); Bamenda, Cameroon; Dahra, Senegal; Yacuiba, Bolivia.
2005: N’Dali, Benin.
2006: Pucallpa, Peru; Anshan, China; Corinto, Colombia.
2007: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Birtamod, Nepal; Rivne, Ukraine; Monrovia, Liberia; Izamal, Mexico.
2010: Cayes-Jacmel, Haiti; Kaya, Burkina Faso; Cordoba Argentina.
2011: Cochabamba, Bolivia.
2012: Moundou, Chad; Madaoua, Niger; Naryn Kyrgyzstan; Southern Laos; El Pimental, El Salvador.
2013: Lugansk, Ukraine.
2014: Metapan, El Salvador.
2015: Masatepe, Nicaragua; Segou, Mali.
2016: Rafey, Dominican Republic