Evangelism and Discipleship in 2016

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An average of two thousand children attend our weekly child evangelism classes. Bible stories are presented in creative ways, and all who attend receive a cup of milk and a scoop of peanut butter. Weekly adult evangelism and discipleship classes are offered. Weekly adult literacy classes are held with average attendance of 25.

Our soup kitchen is another place where the love of God is manifested. The hungry are fed and given a portion to take home.

In an area blighted by poverty over 100 children are given breakfast before attending school.

Over 4,000 attend the Baja Mission’s “Night in Bethlehem” Christmas Pageant. All who attend receive hot chocolate, Mexican sweetbread, and the Word of God. We have another outreach to the community on Mexican Independence Day, where the Gospel is presented.

Rancho de Cristo, our rehabilitation center, offers a one-year program which includes literacy and vocational training. Hans and Nancy Benning and Tito Quiroz are also vitally involved in the Benning Music Academy in Ensenada, where over 700 students, including prisoners, are given the opportunity to study music.

There are 250,000migrant field workers in Sinaloa from all over Mexico. Our ministry teams help provide for their spiritual and physical needs. Sinaloa will be the next area of expansion for His Ministry.

Enrique Perez supervises the expanding prison ministry in Oaxaca. Thousands of inmates are now housed directly across the street from the Mission. Enrique hosts a weekly radio broadcast to the Mixteca region.

We support missionary Maria Villa Pablo and the radio station transmitting Christian programming to remote areas. Modesto Velasco, although blind, serves courageously in a hostile region.