Trujillo’s August 2018 Prayer Letter

Prayer Letter August 2018

The Hemet Valley Baptist Church from Hemet, CA came this July. Their 25 team members came to help for a week at the
seminary (STBC) as well as work with Iglesia de La Hermosa, next to the seminary in Tecate.  The team worked hard on construction and maintenance work, including painting, demolition, ground leveling, pouring concrete, and laying brick for a patio area outside of the seminary kitchen. It was hard work in the hot sun and many of the team had never done this kind of work. Some of the ladies did a sewing class while sewing curtains for the seminary classrooms. They left two machines with La Hermosa Baptist Church for them to use as needed. The team also spent time helping La Hermosa reach out to the community around the church. Special services were planned, visits were made where testimonies were shared, and people were invited to come to the church for a special service each evening. One result from the visits was that a family of six prayed to receive Christ.

Johnson Journal – June 2018

Johnson Journal June 2018

Paul and Jean Goodner blessed us the last week of April with Pastor/Leadership training based on the Bible. This was the fifth year of the series and we had thought it would be the last in this series. However, on Friday evening when the class ended nearly everyone in attendance said they had learned so much and asked them to return next year. So, we are planning another week sometime next spring. Always exciting for Lynne and myself when the nationals want more training.

Effective ministry is not only about what you can do, it is also about how well you teach others.  Paul Goodner

Dave & Lynne Johnson

Serving With Mexican Medical Ministries 619-488-4447 (San Diego, CA)
503-931-6552 (Salem, OR)

Phone calls are forwarded to San Vicente

Steve and Jan Crews January 2018 Newsletter

January 2018 Newsletter

The best part about serving with Mexican Medical, for us, is their approach to caring for the whole body, both the spiritual and physical needs, just like Jesus. We were able to witness this during our latest trip to Mexico. – Steve and Jan Crews

 

 

Loreto Weekend Report – November 9-13, 2017

REPORT FOR WEEKENDER TEAM — November 9-13, 2017

As you may have likely heard, we have made a change with regards to our Health Fairs: we will now be focusing only on the Prisons in Santa Rosalia (where we’ve held our outreaches once or twice each year for the past eight years), and in La Paz (where we began ministries last March). This month we were glad to be back in La Paz, and glad to have many people from La Paz who were on our Team six months ago, on our Team again this November.

You will remember us mentioning before how difficult it’d been for years for pastors to have access into the prison to minister to the inmates, yet how wonderful it’d been that the Prison had asked us to come with our Health Fairs. So we had some pastors with us last time, not only to help us with our Health Fairs, but also hoping that as a result the doors would begin to open for them…

Well we were so glad to discover upon arriving this time that Pedro and Rosita, (pastors in La Paz), who were two of those who were with us last time, (and they were with us again this time) – that they had been having Bible Studies every Saturday in the La Paz Prison since our Outreach last Spring – Pedro leading one Bible Study for the men, while Rosita led another Bible Study for the women. We were overjoyed to learn that the doors we were praying about were opening…

We were then very pleased to be introduced to several of the inmates who had made decisions for Christ last Spring when we were there, (who had been attending these Bible Studies), and to learn that they were continuing to grow in their faith and to be strong in the Lord.  How exciting!

As we began each day Don gave everyone on our Team encouragement and instructions from the Word and then we prayed together. The first day it was about exemplifying our transformed lives. On the second day Don encouraged everyone to pray for the inmates, but before doing so, to ask the inmate what they’d like us to pray about for them. This approach opened the hearts of many of the inmates, and discussions followed…, and then many of the inmates (men and women) were being led to Christ. It was amazing; and we could not keep track of the numbers…            …

Dr. Ricardo’s been helping us in our Health Fairs for just over a year, and just a short time ago he was offered a job in this Prison. Now as a result the Health Fairs this weekend the inmates know that their doctor is a Christian and they can go to him almost anytime…

The Lord is definitely doing a work here: the doors are opening, the inmates are responding, follow-up is happening, and your prayers are being answered… Thank you so much again for helping to make all of this happen.

Click here to see pictures and read our Full Report…

 

Sheveland’s February 2017 Newsletter

Sheveland’s Newsletter – February 2017

Greetings,

One thing that never changes is that time seems to fly. Time flew when we first realized we needed to send out a newsletter, two months ago. It has also flown by when we realized that we have been here in Cabo San Lucas for 15 years now. We look back on these years and remember the people who came down to serve along side us for several years. Of the friendships we made with the teams and the relationships we have made and continue with here in Cabo. We know that with some of you we have not seen or spoken with you for many years but we have not forgotten you and we are grateful to all who came to support, encourage, and pray for us. Thank you.

 

Loreto Report, April 2015

Each month we give you more information about where we live, what the people are like here and how this ministry meets the needs of the people living in Baja Sur, Mexico.

Sometimes in a place we find one thing that stands out. This month it was people who could not hear, people who could not talk, and/or people who had organs inside their bodies in different places than normal … (Please read the whole report for details…)

Many people in the areas we minister in have come to disregard God, because of what they have seen and/or heard in both the Christian and non-Christian churches. What a sad commentary! But we’re here showing them the love of Jesus, and sharing with them the message of salvation – and many people are responding positively!

Before holding our Health Fairs we go to the church in which we will be holding the Health Fair, and preach about the need to not only believe in Jesus, but to also live for Him! We must no longer be living for our own selfish desires – rather, we must be living for the Kingdom of God. In II Cor. 5:17-20 it says – we are to be ‘Ambassadors for Christ.’ In other words, we must be living our lives in a way that attracts people to the Kingdom of God, and we must be explaining to these people how they too can become part of this Kingdom of God. This is our calling, and it’s our responsibility! We have been entrusted with the ‘ministry of reconciliation…’

We explain, these Health Fairs are therefore to help them as they try to live up to their ‘calling’… And so as their family, friends, neighbors and the people they work with see their changed lives, and as they build relationships with these people, then these people will be open to the Gospel. And so when they are invited to the Health Fairs, (and its an easy invitation), they’ll experience the love of Jesus and be open to receive the message of salvation…

As the people in these churches start living this way, we see more people being brought to Christ…

Thank you so much again for helping to make all of this happen. We do praise the Lord, for your partnership!