Updates From The Field


  • Con Mis Manos is working to help the deaf in Matamoros and growing rapidly with over 40 students, many of whom the culture rejects. The summer break is underway now, but the school continued all through the  pandemic by alternating days of classes , masking and maintaining distances. The three-phase class building and dorm are all complete thanks to many contributions and work teams. They also were able to  purchase a new van for transportation as they need two working vans to pick up and take home students. 


  • 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. Hasten and WFM combined to by a new van replacing the old early 1990s van.  


   With the Covid shutdown, the Mexico economy has tumbled.  We have been able to appeal for extra help and are concentrating on sending money through the churches to see that families have food and household supplies.  We have sent several thousands dollars to many areas hard hit.   Pray for an quick end to this crisis. 

          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 have completely remodeled the parsonage at the Borja Church in Frontera and David Colocia is new minister. and growing the congregation. We are building on a lot in VeraCruz City

 for Noe Toga.

     We now have 54 evangelists working in twelve states that we are assisting financially in some way each month as they 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.  

   .. The Guadalupe church is working to remodel building at their mission church plant in Benito. Juarez ., nearby city. 


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


    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, baptistry and pews.  They continue to work on missions in other parts of Jalisco and their On-line programs.​

WORKERS FOR MEXICO is now supporting eight additional evangelists and ministers in the states of Guanajuato, Queretaro

and Michoacan,   They had been a part of the work of MEN mission. ( Mexican Evangelism Now)






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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