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Taja, Ben, Estela Joy and Josiah Levi


The community where The Omega Task is centered is where Benjamin Mora, his brother Eze, and the rest of Zahira's children grew up. 

Taja Clancy, from Hawaii, met Ben in Costa Rica. They were married on May 14, 2010. They both have a heart for the beautiful country in which they serve the Lord together. 

Taja is an organizer and a Bible teacher, who enjoys finding creative ways to teach children. A busy mother of two children, she heads up the local ministry to young pregnant women and new mothers and their babies. 

Ben loves community development, as well as preaching and teaching God's Word. He is passionate about sharing the Gospel in the local area, other parts of Costa Rica, Latin America, and the world.


He also enjoys growing nutritious crops and helping others learn how to raise food for their families. 


Ben, Taja and the rest of The Omega Task team would love to welcome you to join with them whether short term or long term. 

Crystal, Eze, Leilani Hope and Andrés Alexander

Crystal Laws and Ezekiel Mora met while Crystal, from North Carolina, was leading a Bible school outreach to Costa Rica in  February, 2012. Eze had just came back from a missions trip to Panama. It was love at first sight. They were married on July 28 of that year. 

After serving the Lord together in Costa Rica, the United States, and Asia they returned to the community where Eze grew up to help kick start The Omega Task's children's ministry and to serve the community in other ways. 

Crystal loves hospitality and is a great Bible teacher. She enjoys teaching God's Word to children. She keeps busy serving alongside Eze and being mother to Leilani and Alexander. 

Eze, who built this website, enjoys visual arts and using technology. A communicator and translator, he especially loves telling Bible stories to children. 



Zahira, who is Eze and Ben's mother, has a heart for her community and her Lord. She is an artist who serves by conducting classes in quilting and sewing. These skills enable women to improve the living conditions of their families. 


She also enthusiastically helps with all of the other ministries of The Omega Task.


She serves up delicious nutritious meals to visitors and teams who come to Costa Rica.    

She also cares for her grandchildren while their parents are engaged in their various ministries.

Perhaps you can learn some Spanish from Zahira and teach her a few new English phrases. She would love to welcome you to Costa Rica.


Ron Payne, Team Coordinator

Ron and Pam will be hosting our next team May 22-30, 2018.


Ron says, "We anticipate helping with all kinds of construction, Kids Club ministry, landscaping and painting. We will also go to the children of the coffee fields and serve them. Our team will preach, share testimonies and participate in lots of other important ministries. Please join our team. Everyone can do something at our mission station." 

"Serving God is the most fun and most rewarding of anything you can do. 
Come get involved in the Great Commandment and Great Commission."

Contact Ron at: for answers to your questions, and for a wonderful adventure.

“When God Say Go ...Don’t Say No.”




We are always searching for more staff. You can come and be part of our team for a short period of time or for a lifetime. The amount of time you spend here is totally up to you. We hope to see you all come visit us either as a volunteer or as a more permanent staff member.


If you are interested in being part of our ministry, please click on the button below to download the staff/volunteer application form and email it to

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