Asian Institute For Missions is under the ministries of Asian Mission Outreach Foundation (AMO), Thailand.
The History of AMO
The Acuña Family has been a part of full-time ministry for the past 28 years. In the year 2000, after planting several churches and Bible schools in the Philippines (including inside Iwahig Prison and Penal Farm), they began to travel on short-term missions in Asia. During this 15-years of their ministry, they taught in Bible schools, led evangelistic crusades and conducted leadership conferences throughout Southeast Asia.
May 31, 2006, the Acuña family took a step of faith to respond to God’s call to move in Thailand as full-time missionaries.
When the Acuña family first arrived in Thailand, their ministry was focused on pioneering a mobile Bible school and children’s ministry. As God began to open doors across the whole nation of Thailand and its neighboring countries, God led the Acuña’s to move to Chiang Rai provinces which is the most northern part of Thailand. As they faithfully served the Lord over the span of 13 years, their vision of seeing AMO Foundation established and registered as a legal entity in Thailand became a reality on March 7, 2013.
AMO Foundation mission base is located in the heart of Southeast Asia.
OUR GOAL IS TO:
- Reach 50 nations of Asia with the Gospel
- Deploy 2,800 foreign misisonaries
- Reach 3,040,000 unbelievers annually
- Train and deploy 20,000 locals missionaries