A small miracle is happening at The Refuge Orphanage in Tijuana. A building is being added which will become classrooms for homeschooling of the younger kids. An amazing church family in Ohio is raising money to help pay for this important facility.
Continuing Education in Mexico. Yes, the Kingdom Builders Ministry in the U.S. along with the network of Transformation Ministries churches has done it again. Laptop computers have now been delivered to The Refuge Orphanage in Tijuana, Mexico.
Yes! Gone Fishing! Kingdom Builders Ministry, Transformation Ministries led by Pastor Daniel and the Fish for Life charity of Orange County led by Jim Holden did a huge blessings for kids. These forces combined to present a professional fishing trip to Ensenada, Mexico for free to 40 young kids from the TM church network. Pastor Victor and Sol organized everything.
Tenth Anniversary Celebration. Yes, ten years. Mariners Church of Irvine, California has been sponsoring kids to school with backpacks, school supplies, a uniform and other necessities. Nearly seventy volunteer sponsors traveled from Irvine to Tijuana to help stage the celebration and be a part of everything.
Church Plant 41 is now completed. It was built by the Kingdom Builders Team in a few days led by Pastor Daniel Nunez. This all new church plant location is in Mexicali, Mexico. A Pastor and his wife were selected. Regular church services will begin Sunday.
Vacation Bible School for kids in our Ministerios Transformacion network of churches in Tijuana. This amazing experience was led by nearly seventy volunteers from the Shoreline Church in San Clemente, California.
Vacation Bible School (VBS) at a Ministerios Transformacion network in Rosarito. Much fun was had by everyone interacting with crative crafts, eating pizza for luch, roasting smores in the evening and sleeping overnight in the sanctuary.
I hope this update finds you well, we pray that Lords hand is upon you. I am really grateful to be able to write what God is doing in us and thru us. Our family is going strong serving the Lord and spending valuable time together. Nallely is attending make up school and advancing strong. She is almost done with the second course out of 4, and was selected from her school to go and do make up for the most popular tv channel (Televisa) as an intern and she will gain exposure and experience. Leonardo will start school July 22nd so that is a big deal for all of as a family, Big changes but amazing to see how big and strong Leo is as he just turned 5 years old on 7/11. Maximiliano is 2 now and he is a big explorer and loves Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story. As of me really excited to see hoe our family is growing and taking shape, also how Leo and Max love each other. I love being able to spend time with my family as we do ministry together.
“God keeps showing Himself in those moments when He takes me out of my comfort zone and proves His strength at times I am weak.” This comment was repeated several times by the First Free Church mission workers while in Mexico. Then followed a day of building a new home for a needy and deserving family. A young lady installed the electrical wiring.
Yes. The Ministerios Transformacion network of churches based in El Nino (Tijuana) Mexico has adopted and are now supporting the Refuge orphanage of 20 to 28 children. They are excited with this affiliation.
Volunteers from the Beach Point Church of Huntington Beach, California traveled to Tijuana, Mexico recently to build a classroom addition over the top of an existing Transformation Ministry Network Church.
The Bridge Church of Concord California recently helped plant, build and dedicate Church Plant #38 in Tijuana, Mexico. Pastor Russ Belmont led a team of thirty-two volunteers who worked hard for five days to build this church.
Yes. A team of volunteer mission workers from The Shoreline Church in San Clemente, CA collaborated with a team from the Ministerios Transformacion Network of churches in Tijuana to Chicualoque, Mexico recently to serve in God’s Kingdom by helping others.
Great Day on Saturday at the Mexico Child Sponsorship event! 53 volunteers spent the day with all the sponsored students and their families having lunch, playing games, craft, face painting, and a huge soccer tournament!