The Mission of WORKERS FOR MEXICO is to take the Gospel of Christ to the people of Mexico, through the support of national evangelists and benevolent works, assisting students & children.
A Loving Outreach of Evangelism, Benevolent Assistance, Church Planting, Preacher-Training, Camps, Children's Work, CMM Deaf School and Home, Student Homes,Clinics, Christian University, Correspondence Courses, Feeding Programs, Building Construction and Maintenance throughout Mexico.
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Mexican Advisory Board
Mario Luna, Rio Bravo
Miguel Ayala, Monclova
Jesus Menchaca, Nuevo Laredo
Feliciano Medrano, Monterrey\
Jesus Zuniga, CMM Matamoros
NEED OF ONE-TIME GIFTS FOR CONSTRUCTION AND EXPANSION OF BUILDINGS FOR GROWING CONGREGATIONS
Executive Director/Forwarding Agents- Treasurer
Francis Nash, Pam Nash
Clinton & Alicia Looney, Harlingen, Texas
Deaf Ministry Missionaries
Con Mis Manos
Jesus & Michelle Zuniga Peek
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ABOUT OUR MISSION
©2014 BY WORKERS FOR MEXICO MISSION
Workers for Mexico Mission is an outgrowth from Clinton Looney, missionary to Mexico since 1961. The Looneys, over the years, have helped establish congregations and supported native Mexican preachers. In 1996, Bro. Looney, seeking to assure that the work would continue in the years ahead,and grow to new areas, began turning mission functions over to Mexican leaders in key cities and asked Francis Nash with his wife, Pam, to serve as stateside director and forwarding agents. Nash is 50-year retired Broadcaster and now teaches at Carter Christian Academy.. He serves as minister of the Sugar Grove Christian Church, Owingsville, Ky.,since 1968 a major supporter for the mission and works under the auspices of that eldership. Workers for Mexico is a IRS recognized non-profit 501c3 tax-exempt corporation.The mission has grown to include now supporting 45 ministers in churches in nine states of Mexico, and various Benevolent works such as the Con Mis Manos Deaf School and Center, Camps, Feeding Programs, Medical Clinic, Student Home and Mexican Christian Univ. in Queretaro, Extension and correspondence courses. The Nashes serve Workers for Mexico Mission, out of the Grayson office- Box 400 Grayson, Ky. 41143 ( 606 922-2812 606-474-6895) and travel to Mexico, overseeing the work and visiting supporting churches, and handle financial accounting as volunteers. Supporters receive monthly newsletters, Facebook updates and the mission has grown to become one of the largest works of the Christian churches in Latin America.