Mexico & Culture

COVID Dynamics in Mexico

Mexico is a country that thrives, it seems, on making life more difficult than it should be. With additional regulations in place, this is only magnified. I went to The Home Depot yesterday and found myself in person #34 in a long line of people waiting to get in the store. After waiting 10 minutes, …

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A Funeral and a Party

This past weekend was an exercise in extremes…from sadness to joy, from spiritual darkness to the celebration of youth. As we were finishing up our youth group Bible study at around 10 p.m. on Thursday, we received a call that Roberto had suffered a catastrophic stroke, and was at the point of entering eternity. Mayra …

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Youth Group Progress Report

Youth ministry is funky…fun but often unpredictable. Great participation…until there isn’t. Why does it seem like a youth group can go from awesome to nearly non-existent in the space of 6 months?? We have certainly had some challenges with the youth ministry here in Ixtapaluca. I won’t go into the details why, but we’ve been …

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Conversando with friends

Conversando with Friends

We are excited to announce the theme for our short-term ministry this year (and probably next year as well), Conversando with Friends. As always, Samuel Valtierra has done a great job with the logo. The graphic plays a bit with a book that we also will be promoting as a book to read for short-term …

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Sendero Bible Church, Palmas 1 3rd Anniversary

We celebrated the Sendero Bible Church Palmas 1’s third anniversary this past Sunday…hard to believe it’s been three years! Good friend Toño Muñoz came down and helped teach the hermeneutics course on Saturday, then was our guest speaker for the anniversary. He did a great job, challenging us from 1 Thessalonians 1:2-10. We praise God …

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