The origin of Vista Missions started back in the book of Genesis, as God created humans to reflect the image of His own. Pursuing God’s calling, Abraham departed from his home to go to foreign land with the promise from God of flourishing and blessing new nation. Reflecting the life of Christ as Matthew 28 and Act 1:8, the organization, “GO” and forge for discipleship.
Vista Missions were derived from Jerry Lehman's a Missionary Outreach Program stated in 1860s to take students to Mexico alongside many churches. This program became part of Seattle Christian School. Vista Missions organization is one of the several organizations born from the ministry. Vista Missions grew beyond the high school ministry with professional and experienced members who had been in instruments in the vision and dental clinic team. Now in April, 2013, the organization provided about 30,000 pairs of used glasses and 6,000 patients in dental clinics for underserved population of Latin America.
Organization/Business formation: 501 (c) (3)
A 501© organization, informally known as a 501© or a “nonprofit”, is an American tax-exempt nonprofit organization. IRS 501© status can be obtained by submitting taxation exemption application to state treasury. 501 © (3) are specifically applied to any non-profit organizations under Religious, Educational, Charitable, Scientific, Literary, testing for Public Safety, etc. intent. Once an organization obtains the 501 © (3), any non-profit activities can be conducted with tax exemption.
Vista Missions focuses on two areas, dental and vision care to underserved population in Latin America. The organization