Thomas Missions

Thomas Missions project works in direct partnership with The Abraham Project (AP), a Costa Rican Christian organization located just outside of San Jose, Costa Rica.  At the AP, currently, there are two children's homes for abandoned children, a church which also functions as a multipurpose building, and a daycare/school that serves children from the local community.  In addition, the AP also offers vocational classes and various professional services.  In 2012, the Abraham Project acquired more land that doubles the size of the main property where the AP is located, which we call Phase II.   There is a single mother's ministry that is being started there. This new ministry will provide temporary housing for these women where they will be educated, equipped, and empowered to get out of poverty while sharing the Gospel with them.  

Stephen Thomas Jr. and his wife Kendra Thomas are missionaries at the Abraham Project who seek to take a similar model of the children's homes to Panama.  Since the beginning of 2018, they have been training under Steve and Georgiana Thomas who are the Director's of the children's homes in Costa Rica.  They plan on moving to Panama in 2019 to start Emergency Children's Home.  The Lord has been opening many doors for them in Panama and they are excited to make a difference in the lives of Panamanian chldren by share the love of Christ with them. 

You can make a tax deductible contribution to support the work of Thomas Missions  by using the 'Donate' button below, or by sending a check payable to 'Thomas Missions' to

Visions Made Viable
17595 Harvard Ave.
Suite C235
Irvine, CA  92614

You can even support Stephen and Kendra on a monthly basis by establishing a Paypal subscription.   From the menu, select the amount you wish to donate monthly. Then click "Subscribe."  

Be sure to save the email you receive from Paypal to print out as your tax deductible receipt. Contributions to or for Thomas Missions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Thomas Missions and its fiscal sponsor, Visions Made Viable, provided no goods or services for your contribution.