The purpose of this is to provide individuals, families, and churches an alternative, creative way to celebrate Christ’s birthday. He frequently spoke about God’s concern for the poor or oppressed. “I was hungry and you gave me something to eat…I was a stranger and you invited me in…” Matthew 15:35. Many of our traditions are self indulgent or extravagant. Would it not be more appropriate to bless someone truly needy, the poorest of the poor?
A blanket can be a hammock, cradle, room divider, shelter or garment. A tarp will cover a hovel or shack to protect a family from wind and rain. Give a blanket or tarp in Jesus’ name
Per blanket or tarp: $15
Sponsor a child. Celebrate the birth of Jesus by sharing his love to a needy child. All basic needs will be met, including education.
The average field worker in Mexico cannot earn enough to feed his family. A bag of beans can make the difference and keep a family from going to bed hungry.
12 lb. bag: $10 | One ton feeds 200 families: $750
Our Outreach Ministry provides a cup of milk and a scoop of peanut butter for added protein to over 1,000 children each week.
100 Cups of milk: $10 | 50 scoops of peanut butter: $10
School uniforms, shoes, and books are required for all children in Mexico. Provide uniforms, shoes, or books for an interned child or one of the countless children in the migrant camps, who would otherwise not be able to attend school.
Uniform – per child, per year: $50
One pair of shoes: $25
Books per child: $25
Setting disable children free from hopeless isolation, to experience God’s love, and training in basic life and vocational skills.
Diapers keep a baby comfortable and are an ongoing need for our disabled children.
Single moms and children are in desperate need of the basics. “Dispensas” (flour, oil, beans, rice, pasta, tomato paste, tuna, and soap) are delivered to the migrant camps in Jesus’ name. Each dispensa lasts three months.
Our radio station broadcasts the gospel to the spiritually hungry peoples in the remote mountains of Oaxaca.
We are now in a makeshift classroom.
50 Bricks: $25