Pastor Arturo and Elizabeth Velasco, Alianza Christiana y Misionera A.R., Mexico
Dr. Luis and Karla Hurtado, Alianza Christiana y Misionera A.R., Mexico
Pastor Arturo Velasco is the pastor of the Lion of Judah Church in Atizapan, Mexico, as well as the Coordinator of the Central Region Missions for the Mexican Christian and Missionary Alliance.
The Lion of Judah is a missional church and a sending church. The church members are very active and visible in the Atizapan community. Pastor Arturo and Elizabeth have also been instrumental in planting several churches int he mountainous regions outside of Mexico City. One missionary sent out by the Lion of Judah is Dr. Luis Hurtado, who is also a mission partner with Memorial Park.
Please pray for Lion of Judah, that the church will continue to grow in numbers and influence in the community so that Jesus will be glorified near and far. Contact Pastor Arturo and Elizabeth Velasco.
Luis and Karla work with the Pame people, an indigenous group that lives in the Eastern Sierra Madre in Mexico. The Pame have their own language, culture, and mindset. They live in remote villages in the mountain range, where they lack many services like a water system, telephones, roads, and medical aid. Their limited understanding of the Spanish language and their high rate of illiteracy make it difficult for them to develop and even understand the Bible and Christian doctrine.
Luis gives medical aid to the Pame in El Huizachal, and in nearby villages. He and Karla also seek to develop a healthy Pame Church through teaching, discipleship, and preaching. Pray that the Pame people would feel the love of Christ through the Hurtado family. Contact Dr. Luis and Karla Hurtado
Diana Garrett, Mexico
Diana Garrett (Field Missionary) lives in Tuxpan, Veracruz on the Mexican Gulf Coast. She and Mirna Sotomayor are developing Camp Kikomar, which is a beautiful beachfront property on the Gulf of Mexico. They work with construction, team building, hosting groups, and establishing relationships with local churches and the indigenous people. Contact Diana Garrett.
Paco Pena, PROSIGUE, Mexico
PROSIGUE, formerly Children in Crisis has completed 28 years of service to the most vulnerable children in Mexico City, Mexico. PROSIGUE ministry:
- rescues boys, girls, and adolescents living on the streets and seeks to prevent those at risk from doing so;
- improves living conditions and promotes their integral development at the individual, family, social, and spiritual level within a framework of respect to their rights;
- provides support to encourage a better quality of life for children working ont he streets so that they may develop their holistic potential within their community and as human beings. Contact PROSIGUE.
Mirna Sotomayor, United World Mission, Mexico
Mirna Sotomayor (Field Missionary) lives in Tuxpan, Veracruz on the Mexican Gulf Coast. She and Diana Garrett are developing Camp Kikomar, which is a beautiful beachfront property on the Gulf of Mexico. They work with construction, team building, hosting groups, and establishing relationships with local churches and the indigenous people. Contact Mirna Sotomayor