15-passenger van needed for Missionary in Mexico

A second-generation missionary who pastors a church in Ciudad Victoria, with a second work in Juan Rincon and a youth camp in Padilla (all in Tamaulipas, MX), is in need of a 15-passenger van to replace his vehicle which has a blown engine and other problems that make it beyond reasonable repair.  Few if any, of the people who attend local Mexican churches have transportation and so must walk or be picked up by the church.  With his other areas of ministry, the need for a van is even greater.
The Mexican Government requires the van to be close to 10 years old.  The current cost to nationalize a vehicle is $1600.00-$2000.00.  The estimated cost for this project is $10,000.00.

By Mexico Missions Special Support Fund
A Caring Giver
has given
$2,500
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The Project

A second-generation missionary who pastors a church in Ciudad Victoria, with a second work in Juan Rincon and a youth camp in Padilla (all in Tamaulipas, MX), is in need of a 15-passenger van to replace his vehicle which has a blown engine and other problems that make it beyond reasonable repair.  Few if any, of the people who attend local Mexican churches have transportation and so must walk or be picked up by the church.  With his other areas of ministry, the need for a van is even greater.
The Mexican Government requires the van to be close to 10 years old.  The current cost to nationalize a vehicle is $1600.00-$2000.00.  The estimated cost for this project is $10,000.00.

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Project Impact

Raising the funds for this project will allow us to purchase, nationalize and provide a
much needed vehicle to this missionary.  Upon completion of this project, the MMSS Fund will be able to move on to another project to aid another missionary or national pastor.  There are so many areas of need in Mexico and the MMSS Fund desires to help in as many as the Lord brings to our attention and provides funds for.

Relevance to Mission

The mission of the MMSS Fund is to help missionaries and national pastors in Mexico with emergencies and special projects so they can reach souls for Christ in Mexico.  Supplying this 15-passenger van for this missionary in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, MX will help him to provide transportation for his church people so they can be ministered to.  It will also allow him to continue his outreach ministries in Juan Rincon and the youth cam in Padilla to reach souls for Christ.  This, in turn, allows the MMSS Fund to be a “force multiplier” for the cause of Christ in Mexico and a “life-giver” to their people.  It will also allow the MMSS Fund to move on to help fill a need for some other missionary or national pastor.

How This Grant Helps

Receiving a grant through the Giving of Life ministry will bring us closer to our goal or perhaps even help us reach or exceed this project’s goal.  Any additional funds beyond this project’s goal would immediately be put toward another project.

Donor Information:

Donor Name: A Caring Giver

Generous Donor

Location: Tamps., Mexico

Gift Amount: $2,500

She sees the need in the ministry in Victoria, Mexico among her own people and seeing the needs met in that local area. Her passion is directly connected to her desire to see the Gospel of Christ spread in her part of the world.

How We Give Life

  There is a great need among missionaries and national pastors in Mexico to have an organization and a fund which they can turn to in an emergency or for special projects.
  One central source is needed to help meet as many of these needs as possible; and an organization to oversee the administration and continuation of the Fund until the Lord returns.
  When these special needs can be met, this allows the missionary or national pastor to continue in their primary role of reaching the Mexican people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Thus, the Mexico Missions Special Support Fund becomes a “force multiplier” for the cause of Christ in Mexico and a “life-giver” to their people. The Gospel of Jesus Christ will miraculously replace expressions of hurt and pain with a smile that only comes from God’s life giving peace and forgiveness.

Encouragement

It’s a difficult task to operate a clinic without the required equipment to meet the needs of so many hurting people. I want to thank the Mexico Missions Special Support Fund for making our lives a little easier with their supply of a sterilizer which was so desperately needed to keep the clinic running properly. Thank you to all who helped to get the equipment across the border and to León.
Bonnie Wilson, Missionary in Leon, MX