Iglesia Bautista Amisadai
In the Mexican town of Camargo, Tamaulipas, this sister church works to provide the hope of Jesus in an economically depressed environment. Under the direction of Pastor Francisco Martinez, the church has begun its own building program.
Unlike here in the United States, one does not have to finish a building before one uses it. The roof still lets in the rain, and the walls actually stop breezes, making it even hotter, but the people come to hear the Word and people’s lives are changed by the power of the Gospel. Pray that this church can finish their building before winter.
Living by Faith Church partners with Iglesia Bautista Amisadai, helping them financially, and also bringing food bags to help those in need. Any help you can give is greatly appreciated.
Edinburg Theological Seminary
Edinburg Theological Seminary is the first graduate level theological school in the Rio Grande Valley. It is uniquely geared to the equipping of God’s people for multicultural ministry, especially those who contemplate a Hispanic component to their ministry within the fastest growing lingual-cultural demographics in the United States. Addressing the specific needs of this population, ETS is one of the first institutions to offer a Bachelor of Divinity in Bilingual Christian Education, and various programs leading to a Masters in Hispanic Ministries and a Doctorate in Sacred Theology.
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Pan de Vida (Bread of Life) Orphanage
Located on the outskirts of the city of Querétaro, Mexico, and under the loving direction of Dr. Darrel Hilbrand, this spacious facility provides a loving home to some 80 orphans and abandoned children. It includes beautiful living quarters for both boys and girls, and a school that goes from kindergarten through college. Also there is a large chapel and a
building specifically set up for volunteers who might want to go down and help as a missionary project.
"God's Warehouse" Mission
Just east of the city of Reynosa, Rio Bravo, Mexico is a city of great physical and spiritual need. God has provided an abandoned warehouse there, where a mission has been opened. There, every week, between 100 and 150 people come to worship and hear the Word of God, though in the summer temperatures inside may reach over 100 degrees Farenheit. Also, whenever possible, we take donated food and clothing to help them with their physical needs. This mission was begun by, and is directed by Alicia Holt (a member of Living by Faith Church since its inception) and Lupita Pacheco.