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!
It has been a while since I have written an update I am working on being able to do it more often, I hope this letter finds you well. It has been an amazing beginning of the year for our family, Leo and Max are doing awesome healthy and doing crazy things like boys do. Nallely and I are working hard on spending time together as a couple and value time with our kids. We have been really blessed by having you as friends and impacting our lives thru your kind and loving donations every month that gives us the opportunity to serve where God has called us to serve. I can’t say thank you enough, we love you and pray for you every day.
Hello from Club Dust soCal headquarters (Peets coffee shop this time!)
It’s a few weeks into the new year and a good time to look backwards with a smile on what we have done in the past year and a great time to look forward at the adventures we’ll have building 30 or more homes this year again!
The “opportunity” as Pastor Hector calls it is hard to explain to people who haven’t been on an adventure in giving what it feels to be there firsthand. The chance to see the conditions that so much of the world lives in and be part of making the change to the beautiful safe homes we build is truly an honor and one we take on with hearts of gratitude and joy.
The Shoreline Church of San Clemente mission volunteers, Mariners Church Irvine mission volunteers plus other mission volunteers from elsewhere treated Mexico families and kids to holiday fun, games, crafts, snacks, sweets, love and joy in December.
Jim an d Sheri Fetner, Mexico mission leaders, Shoreline Church, San Clemente, CA.
Mission work is radically life-changing. It has changed our entire family’s perspective and helped us all recognize what truly matters. One of the greatest blessings in our lives has been watching our children and their spouses continue in mission work from our example. We continue to be blessed in the same way as we see countless youth from our church participate in Mission trips to Tijuana, Mexico.
The Transformation Ministry network builds nearly forty homes per year! Here are examples of this Ministry. Recently, the Shoreline Church team and the Mariners Church Team built a total of three homes over on weekend. Much was learned by everyone.
Thank you for helping Kingdom Builders Ministry (KBM) have a successful 2018 by building relationships and changing lives in numerous needy neighborhoods in the Tijuana, Mexico region. Your donations helped build 5 new churches and 35 houses, sponsor 700 children for school and provide breakfast or lunch for them, plus several other special missions.
Thank you, Jesus. Thank you Christ Church of the Valley, San Dimas, CA for making this church dream happen. Pastor Daniel Nunez had a calling from God several years ago to plant and build fifty new churches in poor neighborhoods of Tijuana, Mexico.
I hope this letter finds you well, I just want to update you on what is happening in our family, church and ministry. September was an amazing month full of blessings and opportunities. I want to take a moment to thank you for supporting us both spiritually and financially. Just so you know your support allows me to serve in three different areas of ministry, as pastor of Comunidad Cristiana El Niño, partnerships with Kingdom Builders Ministry and youth development and leadership at Ministerios Transformación Mexico where we keep planting churches and expanding God’s kingdom around Mexico.
The Shoreline Church of San Clemente and their youth ministries successfully packed 34,776 dry meals to give to hungry kids in El Nino, Tijuana, Mexico. 120 youth volunteers packed these meals to help make this possible.
What have they done again? They provided all the personnel and financial resources to plant and build church #36 in the Mexico Ministerios Transformacion group of incredible community and neighborhood churches led by Pastor Daniel Nunez and his family.
Yes, in Tijuana, Baja, Mexico a nice new home was built for Lola Paco. Lola is the chief in charge chef at our Ministerios Transformacion Central Church in El Nino, an outlying community within Tijuana. At this central Church there is a sanctuary that seats nearly 250 worshipers for each service. This same church facility has dormitory space, beds and bathroom facilities for nearly 150 visiting mission workers. Over 1500 visitors from California and numerous other US states take advantage of those facilities each year.