MEXICO MISSION MESSAGE - Summer 2004
GYTTE program promotes
development through the sharing of the integrated Gospel; a Gospel that
introduces the one who changes and transforms lives and a church that
people to serve their family and community to strengthen their
meet their basic needs.
not the poorest
country in the world yet more than 50% of the Mexican population live
poverty. In the rural areas half the
residents live in extreme
is rather incredible considering Mexico is a neighbor
nation to the
most powerful country in the world, the United States of America.
This situation and suffering encourage
people to cross national borders in search of employment and a more
future. Obviously Mexico’s government
and leadership must take measures to bring about more economic and
development in the country. There is
also much that the church can do to bring about change, development and
transformation within the context of Mexican rural reality.
the “Give Ye
Them To Eat” program celebrates 27
years of ministry
marginalized families in the rural sector of south central
The years pass rapidly but each twelve-month
period holds it’s own special blessing for those who serve as staff and
who participate in the various aspects of the GYTTE program. We
trust the blessings also extend out to
the churches and people who support this outreach ministry with their
volunteer service and financial gifts.
A Challenge and Invitation to participate in Mission Outreach:MORE THAN A BANDAGE: Funds are needed for 22 scholarships at $300 Dollars each to train village women as community-based health workers to teach and serve their neighbors and communities in addressing health, sanitation and first aid issues. The Basic Health Course, the first of the three-part series of training courses, is scheduled for September 2004.
PARTNER PROGRAM: Funds
needed for 20 scholarships at $300 Dollars each to train villagers as
community-based resource persons for community, agricultural and
development. The Community Development
Course, the first of the three-part series of training courses, is
for fall 2004.
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