Joshua and Jenell Allen began their mission work with WIM in 2004 by serving in Mexico. During their eight years in Mexico, they worked alongside other WIM missionaries ministering in local churches, with youth, and planting churches in indigenous villages. As a result, they fell in love with the indigenous people and have brought their experiences with them to California where they now reside. They are currently reaching out to indigenous, migrant, farm-working communities in the Central Coast region. They are using the Discovery Bible study method, an inductive method of Bible study, to plant churches in every town along Hwy 101. They are working as a team with other like-minded minsters and have participated in the formation of Youth and Family Church Network. They are also very involved in ministering to families who have children with special needs and are raising money and awareness in order to have a special needs park built in their area. Their lives are filled with fun each day because of their children Tiana, Samuel, Cheyenne, and Savannah.