Chuuk is the most populated state in the Federated States of Micronesia with 50,000 inhabitants on 46 square miles. Chuuk Lagoon is where most people live with the island of Weno as the state capital. It is also the biggest city in the Federated States of Micronesia.
Chuuk Lagoon is a large archipelago with mountainous islands surrounded by a string of islets on a barrier reef.
The main island of Weno is home to the Kindergarten to 12th grade school. The teachers live on campus.
To teach at this school, openings are displayed under Missionary Openings.
Paata is a remote island in Chuuk that had a thriving elementary school for a few years, but we have not been able to provide teachers for the past few years. With enough staff, we would love to reopen this school!
If openings to teach at this school are available, calls will be placed under Missionary Openings.
Donate to the general fund for Chuuk Seventh-day Adventist School
Our new radio station is on the air 24/7 but desperately needs more Chuukese content. Thousands are being blessed by this ministry and we desperately need to create more programming.
Radios are needed for Chuukese speaking people in remote islands to be able to tune in to our new Chuukese radio station. Help them learn more about Jesus and the third angel's message.
President Matthew Kirk, Executive Secretary Remenster Jano, and Treasurer Donald Lloyd, Jr. visited the eastern islands of their mission field, convening together on Pohnpei for a church dedication.Read more...
Guam Micronesia alumni hosted another warm reunion event at the Loma Linda University homecoming weekend. Missionaries welcomed special guest GMM Executive Secretary Jano and learned of a new project.Read more...
“Where can I flee from Your presence, O Lord?” Psalm 139 provides the reassuring answer: nowhere. Kevin gained a memorable reminder that God is our refuge, even on the far side of the sea.Read more...
Chuukese 630 AM Guam An estimated 70,000 speak the Chuukese language (or a related dialect) in Chuuk State and eastern Yap State, Guam and Saipan. Many live in remote islands with little outside communication. The Lord has blessed us with the donation of an AM license which is extremely difficult to come by. We're now on the air at low power and beginning to produce programs in Chuukese. We are working on erecting a new tower so that we can go to full power and reach the western Pacific with the three angels' messages. You can give to this new outreach on our Projects page.