1969-1976: Native American Reservations
ACE provided emergency care for children in crisis who were referred by missionaries, local churches and personal workers within the Arizona Apache and Navajo Nations.
1973-1995: Child Placement Agency
ACE (House of Samuel at that time) established and operated a child
placement and adoption agency.
1976-1989: Residential Campus and School
As the House of Samuel, ACE opened a group home and a school on a 13-acre
campus for children with special needs.
1984-2000: Guatemala, Central America
Pioneered a child welfare ministry in Guatemala, Central America. The ministry is now entirely operated within country and includes a residential campus for 150
children, a school and indigenous adoption and child placement services.
Child welfare ministry in Iquitos, Peru.
Facilitated international adoptions