Calvary Chapel Algodones Mexico Mission Support through Go Ministries
Christian Islamic Dialog Support for Daniel Ted, ministering to Arabic speaking Americans
El Refugio Orphanage Lima, Peru - through Calvary Chapel
For Zion's Sake Ministry to Jews Returning to the Holy Land
Mission Assist Support for Western European Evangelism (Dr. Ramy Kamel)
Mercy Projects Christian Orphanages in Ukraine - Anatoliy Perepelitsa & Olexander Onofriychuk
Paul & Wendy Tilman Missionaries in Northern Iraq
SIM Serve India Ministries - The Egg Project
On our way...
Heading out with fliers!
The Whole Team
Algodones, Mexico Mission February 2017
The Algodones Outreach 2017 was the most difficult but also the most fun trip I ever experienced. At the border the immigration officer was not going to let us in. But then he suddenly did. It must have been God at work. Twice when going back into the US, we had to get out of the van while it was searched. Everyone, however had a sense of humor about the situation.
I felt this trip more than any other consisted of people who are really dedicated. There were times when I would go look for someone and they would be in the background working hard at some job that was not very glamorous. This included cleaning and cooking, and Michael, with help from others, built a walkway to the bathroom. It was appreciated because the mud was so very slippery.
It rained all day Saturday. but we still had 24 kids come and they seemed to really pay attention to the storyline. Victor and Viviana Avila from Calvary Chapel Yuma were very helpful. It was great to see different Calvary Chapels work together on a project.
They are hoping a graduate from Calvary Chapel Bible College in Ensenada will step up to pastor the church in Algodones. But even if there is a full-time pastor next year they want to be involved with our outreach again.
The theme was Daniel and the Lion's den. The children really enjoyed making crafts with lions. They were very excited when they knew the answer to the questions. Each child was sent home with toys, toothbrush, toothpaste and a tract in Spanish. Three boys received a grand prize of a soccer ball and three girls received a tote bag with fabric paints.
Some children did show up again on Sunday. Bob, one of our elders gave the sermon that day. We really appreciate the church supporting us financially and in prayer. It is a privilege to be involved in activities that may be of some help to God's children.