Every Home for Christ Mexico has developed ministries among marginalized people such as prisoners, indigents, prostitutes, immigrants, and those who are despised and lack love.
Juan, from Guamuchil, is one whom Jesus found. “We have been studying this little book, Who Do You Say That I Am?. It has been very beautiful knowing who Jesus is, why He came to earth, and how we can live our life in the best way and receive eternal life. Every study has been enriching for my life. It was due to these studies that I managed to approach Jesus Christ, ask for forgiveness for my sins and accept Him as my Savior.”
Strategic Discipleship in Mexico
In Mexico, Susan K. has a system that she encourages churches to follow. “The Way to God is used for evangelism. The booklets, Victory in Jesus Christ, Help from Above, The Power of God, and How to Know God are all used for building the faith of members. The Bible studies in Genesis, John, and Romans are used to teach the congregation. I encourage this simple pattern so the whole congregation becomes solid together and are on the same wavelength regarding what God did for us and how we are to live.” The result is that the congregations have a desire to get out on the streets to evangelize and share the gospel.
Healed By The Love Of Jesus
After doctors gave Mathias no hope of being cured from his kidney disease, he received the HELP FROM ABOVE booklet.
Pastor K. assured Mathias that Jesus could heal him of kidney failure and his aching intestines.
Mathias accepted the Lord!
Following the prayer session, Mathias recovered fully!
Lolo, Côte d'Ivoire
WMP's Impact In Honduras
“We cannot thank WMP enough for providing booklets to reach 30,000 children in over 200 locations across Honduras through the Backpack program, as well as the many other events we have throughout the year where WMP materials are shared. We can personally testify to the impact WMP has had on national evangelism, soul winning, and discipleship. We use the booklets in the inner cities, rural areas, mountainous villages and even the extreme regions of the jungles of the Moskitia.”
– Ken H., Honduras