Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

Experiencing Life in Oaxaca, Mexico

Post a Comment » Written on October 13th, 2014     
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Image 1Fuentes Libres is a Covenant ministry in Mexico that focuses on economic development in vulnerable communities. As a result of this ministry, hundreds of economically needy women and their families have been empowered and assisted. This ministry has 35 community …

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Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse in Mexico

Post a Comment » Written on September 8th, 2014     
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Prevention of childhood sexual abuse TequixquiacThrough the Human Trafficking project in Mexico, several workshops have been held in local Covenant churches to help prevent childhood sexual abuse. The projects have been well received and there has been interest to begin the conferences in local schools. …

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Takers to Givers, Followers to Leaders

Post a Comment » Written on August 13th, 2014     
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Dance therapy GroupMarina attends multiple programs at the Fundefam or FDF (the Family Development Foundation) in Monterrey Mexico.  Since she first was invited by a friend, Marina has spent years involved at FDF and has recently become the dance therapy class instructor. …

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Ministering to the Abused and Exploited in Mexico (MAEM)

Post a Comment » Written on May 30th, 2014     
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Recently, the MAEM Coordinating Committee, committed to ending sexual exploitation in Mexico, met with South American missionaries and pastors, and North Park Theological Seminary students to learn and discuss the problems that face communities in regards to human trafficking. …

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Mexico–the work continues!

Post a Comment » Written on May 12th, 2014     
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There are a number of exciting ventures happening in Mexico! The Family Development Foundation (FDF) has recently hired a couple to minister and partner with the youth community of FDF. The students already know them and they are well respected …

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