Our vision is to be instruments of Christ to see Guadalajara and the greater region transformed with the “Living Water,” which is life through Christ. We want to come alongside Mexican leaders and step forward with them in confidence to see the Kingdom of God advance. We want to see lives transformed in such a way that it brings change to the surrounding communities. Our calling is to focus on outreach, evangelism, discipleship, mentoring. We will be working with a “core group,” using Marriage Encounter type ministries to impact marriages, men, women, and youth– bridging through relational opportunities. These ministries equip people to minister and serve with confidence and effectiveness. We will be mentoring emerging leaders and pastors to work with the team in planting five new churches and establishing five new core groups in surrounding areas by 2025. These relational bridges will reach out in an Acts 1:8 fashion which is to take the message “to the ends of the earth.”
Don and Toni were introduced to WIM by a missionary couple while temporarily living in Houston, Texas and remained in contact with them after moving back home to Kentucky the following year. Over time, their interest in WIM grew and in 2016 they attended orientation and continued to pursue membership as full time missionaries. They officially joined WIM in 2017 and are currently in the WIM training program. They completed language training in a small coastal village in Mexico and are now serving under senior missionaries among a tribal people group in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Western Central Mexico.
Wesley and Suzanne are serving in the central highlands of Honduras. In January 2017, they opened Casa de Nain — a home for boys. Their vision is to minister to abused and abandoned boys and raise them to be godly men. Wesley and Suzanne are also involved in community outreach and with the girls of Project Talitha Cumi.
Jon, Alicia, and their family are currently serving in Honduras. Jon and Alicia have a heart for serving children with special needs. Currently, there are no programs in place for special needs children in the area that they serve. They will be opening a Teachme2love Therapy Center in September of 2018. They also reach out to the community with their weekly program called Fe y Futbol where they share the Gospel and play soccer with the children. They are also helping to plant a church in the area.
Around the time she graduated college with a degree in fine art, Kathryn felt God’s call to missions. Shortly afterward, she was offered a staff position at WIM headquarters where she was privileged to serve for almost seven years. In early 2016, during a WIM regional prayer meeting in Mexico, God confirmed that it was time to begin taking steps toward international service. She is currently in the WIM training program and studying Spanish.
David and Lily have a heart to minister in Hispanic countries. They have spent time doing short-term missions in Mexico in the past and are now full-time missionaries. Their desire is to teach, disciple, and evangelize to expand the Kingdom of God. God has also placed in their hearts to open an orphanage and Christian school. Currently, they are training indigenous pastors and leaders in Mexico.