Updates From The Field

 

  • Con Mis Manos is working to help the deaf in Matamoros and growing rapidly with over 45 students, many of whom the culture rejects. With the expansion, improvements were needed and  WFM and CMM has received gifts and the construction of two phases of the three phase new classroom is complete with the third phase just finished..  Also a grant has been obtained for a nice Playground. The school is in the new semester providing one of the largest and most unique ministries in all of Mexico.  Deaf folks in Mexico have are abused and often ignored.  CMM gives them education, hope and Jesus Christ.  With girls and boys dorm facilities, 4-8 students are housed on average, who may not have a good home. Other students are picked up across the city with the School vans.

  • The Universidad Cristiana de Mexico in Queretaro has held graduation with over 70  from nine cities  receiving diplomas for completion of the Extension courses, plus six bachelors and associate degrees.   The fall semester is now underway after Summer Evangelistic Tours by four groups.

 

  • The HASTEN Medical clinic in Monclova takes to the road  as our doctor, dentist and helpers went to several area churches where people received medical attention, medicines, vitamins, haircuts, dental work, eyeglasses, as well as clothing and other school supplies collected by the area congregations. 

   

      Many congregations have provided photos of good number of recent baptisms..

 

     With help of the womens Sew Blessed Kentuckiana and Farmers, Ky. Christian churche and Peeled Oak church, we deliver  handmade dresses and gifts down to the  churches in northeast Mexico.

          We have  expansion construction projects of buildings in need of support.   Also  money for vehicles for congregations to be able to help transport   people who have no cars.  There are over 10 other projects looking for funding and more requests coming in.  

      The church at 20 de Marzo in Monclova has completed their first phase of expanded building with a kitchen and bathrooms. The labor was provided by church members and while the mission has been able to help some, the folks are raising the money little by little.  Also classroom expansion advancing at the 2nd de Abril church.

     We now have 49 evangelists working in ten states that we are assisting financially in some way each month asthey minister to congregations and  plant new ones.  This requires many donations monthly.    We often run short but rely on faith to pay salaries. WFM also is called upon to help in  medical and other emergencies so contingency money is important. We  are helping to start a new work in San Luis Potosi.  

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    Josh and Viry Nunez are active in Queretaro with the, the church and Youth work . They are in  need of great support to kee  going.

     

      Members at La Villa church in Matamoros are finally seeing the metal  trusses of their big expansion going up. They must finish the sheeting  The new minister, Nathan and Betsasida Mendoza have begun their work there and welcomed their first child. 

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    The church at Arteaga is construction another building  for activities and hoping to create enough facilities for church camps.  We have provided some funds for the church at Yanez, Guadalajara as they remodel the building and pews.  They continue to work on missions in other parts of Jalisco and their On-line programs.​

    

 

     

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                          

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Important Links:

CON MIS MANOS DEAF MINISTRY - www.conmismanos.org    Join us on Facebook CMM

UNIVERSIDAD CRISTIANA DE MEXICO, QUERETARO (Christian University Mexico) www.universidadcristianademexico.com  

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