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Short-Term Missions opportunities are available in Mexico!

Dates for 2014

August 2 – 9

Cenotillo, Mexico

Men & Women are needed for Landscaping, Plumbing, and General Maintenance projects
at the Yucatan International University.
 Cost will be approximately $1500.00 per person.

Contact Shelia Osborne for more information and an application.

One week trips can be planned for Summer and Fall, 2014

Opportunities are available to go to Rio Verde, Mexico or
Cenotillo, Mexico in the Yucatan Peninsula

English teachers needed!

If you have experience teaching English as a Second Language, you can serve at
the Yucatan International University! The dates and time frame are flexible.
Contact Shelia Osborne for more information.

 

   How will you minister?   Construction Projects, VBS, Soccer Clinics, Teach English, Evangelism and Outreach Events – Clowns, Mimes, Puppets, Prayer Walks
Who can go?
The minimum age is 16 years old for groups.      For internships teaching English at the Yucatan International University, must be in second year of college or adults.  
         Language                You do not have to speak Spanish to serve in Mexico.
          Cost                       A week long trip is      around $1,500 – $1,800.  For Internships and English teachers, quote will be given.

 

 

 

 

WHY MEXICO?

 

Roman Catholics – 92% Evangelical Christians – 4.6%     The Catholic Church dominates Mexico. Most Mexicans are culturally Catholic, but only 10% are regular churchgoers. However, the Church is in crisis.
On one hand, a growing minority are regularly reading the Bible and this is seen as a threat to the traditional authority of the Catholic hierarchy, and on the other hand, the rejection of Catholicism by young people is on the increase.
Ministry to young people is vital. Over 50% of the population is under 20 years of age. Few churches have targeted them; most programs are geared for adults.