Mission Partners [Mexico Topic] http://www.lcmc.net/mission-partners/feed?topic=43 LCMC encourages congregations to partner with Mission Agencies as part of their benevolence programs. We believe that partnering with agencies, as opposed to national oversight of benevolence funding, creates a positive experience for both the congregation and the mission partner. Throughout the years, LCMC has been introduced to many organizations throughout the world that are working together to fulfill the great commission and bring the gospel to all people. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but to be an assistance to congregations seeking new partnership. Additional partners will be added as we develop new relationships. en-us MissionsLink http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/missionslink/a678.html Tue, 03 Nov 15 00:00:00 -0700 MissionsLink is new global mission networking tool created by LCMC mission partner ALWM & Bill Moberly. The global mission counterpart to Church Connect, MissionsLink is a searchable database of member congregations, mission agencies & individuals from across North America. MissionsLink provides a convenient way for LCMC members, congregations and partner mission organizations to SHARE THE RESOURCES YOU HAVE and FIND THE RESOURCES YOU NEED to be more meaningfully, strategically and effectively engaged in completing the Great Commission.

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Mission On The Move http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/mission-on-the-move/a624.html Wed, 17 Dec 14 00:00:00 -0700 Mission On The Move serves Honduras, Mexico, Africa and the United States. Our primary goal is to share Jesus with the world. 

Mission On The Move, or MOM, was founded in 1986 by Rev. Ed. Cadle, Sr. Brother Ed served as pastor in the United Methodist Church for 37 years, he retired in June 1985.  We are a non-profit, non-denominational organization, with a diverse board of directors from several states. Mission On The Move’s first refugee mission was established in Tapachula, Mexico in 1986. Bro. Ed retired from Mission On The Move in June 2008 and our Missionary Steve Shearouse has taken the role of Director.
 
For twenty years, Mission On The Move has followed the Command of Christ, "Go," feeding, clothing, giving dental and medical care, and refuge to deserted, abused or neglected children.
 
Mission On The Move has built five medical clinics aboard buses, established nutritional feeding programs, commissioned full-time missionaries to Honduras, Mexico, and Africa, established a well drilling program and established children's homes, or albergues, in Mexico to get the children out of prison where they are living with their imprisoned fathers.

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Christ For the City International http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/christ-for-the-city-international/a326.html Thu, 25 Oct 12 00:00:00 -0600
For over 15 years, CFCI has been organizing mission trips that give you the opportunity to serve and grow in the Lord.
 
You will be stretched, challenged, and changed.  You will give hope.  You will change lives.  You will see others meet God and you will be met by God.
 
All mission trips to Mexico, South or Central America are customized for your group.  We take care of all the in-country logistics so you can focus on preparing your team.  We have step-by-step instructions if you’ve never lead an overseas team before.
 
Your church will work with local churches and ministries that have an on-going impact in their community long after you leave.
 
Visit www.cfci.org for additional information, email missions@cfci.org or call (402) 592-8332.]]>
Mission Mexico International http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/mission-mexico-international/a284.html Sun, 17 Jun 12 00:00:00 -0600 MMI exists to bring the Good News of Salvation to the people of Mexico with the Lutheran perspective in the power of the Holy Spirit, so they may experience the true love of God through Christ.]]> World Mission Prayer League http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/world-mission-prayer-league/a287.html Sun, 17 Jun 12 00:00:00 -0600 We are committed to the frontiers. We serve in the difficult places. Our people are the Lord’s hands, feet, and mouthpiece and they are giving the very best of what they have to offer so that the lost might become found. We have answered the call to serve long-term in:

  • Evangelistic Church Planting
  • Mass Media: Radio, TV, Drama
  • Bible Translation
  • Medical - Hospital - Clinic
  • Teaching ESL
  • MK Education
  • Anti-Human Trafficking
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Business as Mission
  • Engineering
  • Primary & Secondary Education
  • Administration
  • Agricultural Consultancy
  • Theological Education

Visit our website to view over 50 service opportunities at wmpl.org/serve-now.

Standing behind those who go are scores of congregations and over 6,000 individuals who have committed themselves to pray.  Start by becoming a ‘praying member’ yourself at wmpl.org/membership.

Get to know us and our guiding document at wmpl.org/handbook

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Mazahua Valley Ministries http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/mazahua-valley-ministries/a289.html Sun, 17 Jun 12 00:00:00 -0600 Mazahua Valley Ministries is a Christian evangelical mission that equips leaders to serve their communities and churches in a holistic way through theological and secular educational programs. MVM also serves as a resource to the community and churches of the Mazahua Valley region of Mexico. We have on-campus events such as conferences, worship services, and retreats, as well as off-campus activities ministering to the needs of the community.]]> Child Outreach International http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/child-outreach-international/a293.html Sun, 17 Jun 12 00:00:00 -0600 Child Outreach International is a non-profit organization made up of caring Christians who have chosen to come together to make a difference in the world we live in.  We are non-denominational and work with who and where the Holy Spirit leads us to share Christ grace and promise.  Our focus in the impoverished and often remote areas that we serve in Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico, and the Texas border areas is to not only share our blessings, but to empower churches, schools and whole communities.  We do this by not only sharing our faith, but by helping them obtain the materials and opportunities they need to improve their lives and future, leaving Christ’s footprint wherever we serve.  Some of our current and past efforts include developing and equipping children’s ministries and several women’s sewing co-ops,  children’s feeding programs, providing needed medical supplies to clinics, nursing programs, and hospitals, digging deep wells and installing dependable water and septic systems where these services did not exist and contributed to ongoing health issues, building and repairing homes, schools, churches and the first library that serves an extended rural area of Nicaragua where books are considered a luxury. We have provided school and teaching supplies to impoverished rural schools and scholarships to a Lutheran school in Guatemala.  We also welcome partnerships with other organizations on projects we deem worthwhile and productive.

The opportunities that God has given us to serve have been endless!  Our programs are supported solely by donations from individuals, churches, and other organizations. We are governed by a dedicated Christian board of directors from various states that possess diverse skills and expertise. Affordable, mission outreach experiences for groups are also available upon request.  We also are happy to provide a speaker on the topic of a “mission mindset” or our organization.  Let us love, not in word or speech, but in truth and action.”  1 John 3:18

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