Extreme violence in Mexico has hampered travel for several years now and even our Pastors in Mexico have reported brushes with these dangers! Please continue to support Missions and pray for a change in the heart of Mexico that will restore an atmosphere of safety and trust.
Mission Trip Planning For 2013
With the dangers spoken of above, we did not lead any trips into Mexico in 2012. We long to return to Mexico during 2013 and we ask for your prayers for God to reveal a way of safety to usher God’s people in to witness the work and the culture. Trips such as these often bring a sense of perspective and humility to the young in particular, but also to Americans in general, and can spur them to receive and prepare for the call of Christ to the Missions field.
Mexico And More…
While most of our work focuses on Mexico, we also have ties with ministries in Israel, Estonia, and Guatemala.
2012 Mission Success!
As travel to Mexico is not safe at this time, we took a trip to visit a ministry in Taylor, Texas, Sinai Pentecostal Church, which is related to our Mission in Mexico. Pastor Asael Ramirez has been ordained by both Zion Revival Center and New Hope Missions in August, 2010. Our youth worked at two area food banks. At Sinai Pentecostal, we provided training in worship, praise and dance.