Community Center

Auditorium Progress

There are a lot of parallels to the construction of a building and the formation of a life.  After a period of time, it is nearly impossible to remember who the land once was, how the plot used to be, how a life used to be. Look at the pictures below. The rubble and grass …

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Hydroponic Projects (and submersible pumps)

I had the unexpected treat of spending the weekend with Gaspar Chablé, a pastor, rancher and friend from Oaxaca. The gospel of Jesus is Gaspar’s passion, and he is constantly looking for ways to help people fight both spiritual and material poverty. His understanding of agriculture as it relates to life in rural Oaxaca is …

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Wheelchairs!

I finally got word mid-week last week that I could deposit funds for 30 wheelchairs and go pick them up. Murphy’s Law was, of course, in effect. The only day to pick them up was Friday. Friday afternoon. And the warehouse where they were stored…the whole way across Mexico City in another city called Toluca. …

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Our own Sweet 14, and the “Undefeated” Soccer League

This past week we put on two major sports outreach events. The first was our 5th soccer tournament on March 21 in Palmas 3 neighborhood, this time with 14 teams registering for team play. As always, before any team was eliminated we had the opportunity to share a gospel testimony. Thanks, Daniel Martinez, for your …

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