Mexico Villages Outreach

Ministering to the poorest of the poor

mexico missionary

Meet Martin Lozano, Director of Mexico Missions

Martin prepares the gift bags of necessities, including blankets for those that need them.

 “We are on a mission to take some hope, prayers, spiritual help and happiness to poor individuals and families in Villages of Central Mexico.”

~ Martin

Our Vision

    Part of our vision is to build a Village Outreach Center with a Lord’s kitchen and emergency shelter.  One of our projects is to repair and weatherize run-down homes of poor families.

    We hope to attract church missionary groups to travel to the proposed Village Outreach Center to visit other villages and take their love, friendship, healing, and financial help.

Martin loads up wholesale

With local help, Martin buys wholesale locally.

Martin gets all the care packages ready

Martin gets all the care packages ready.

rental car

He loads up a small rental car.

and goes where the need is.

And goes where the need is.

In Mexico, the most needy are often invalids and the elderly

Avaristo Gonzales, has no legs, gets around in his electric wheel chair. He says his wheel chair is failing, does not charge well or the batteries are dying. He supports himself by making wood crafts like bird cages, tiny houses with sheds for religious sceneries.

    Avaristo Gonzales, has no legs, gets around in his electric wheel chair. He says his wheel chair is failing, does not charge well or the batteries are dying. He supports himself by making wood crafts like bird cages, tiny houses with sheds for religious sceneries.

Cholita Domingez, is wheel chair bound, her head is deformed and mentally ill, her mother cares for her, they are very low income. Cholita can barely hear and talk.

    Cholita Domingez, is wheelchair bound, her head is deformed and mentally ill, her mother cares for her, they are very low income. Cholita can barely hear and talk.

Estevan Moreles, is old, does not get up from his chair, his wife cares for him and ask me for pampers to change him, they are very low income, they believe in Christ and God.

    Estevan Moreles, is old, does not get up from his chair, his wife cares for him and asks me for pampers to change him, they are very low income, they believe in Christ and God.

Teodora Escalante, sits in a chair all day under a homemade porch made of blankets. She lives in an adobe hut. She believes in Christ and God, wants to go to church but does not have enough strength walk 5 blocks, believes in Jesus and God.

    Teodora Escalante, sits in a chair all day under a homemade porch made of blankets. She lives in an adobe hut. She believes in Christ and God, wants to go to church but does not have enough strength walk 5 blocks, believes in Jesus and God.

elderly wheelchair bound

    We return to give Estevan Morales pictured in his wheelchair, much needed pampers. His wife asked us for pampers and through the grace of God we blessed him with 6 months worth.

young girl wheelchair bound

    Chiyito Fernandez, this young lady cannot talk and is mentally ill, her mother cares for her, we bless her with 6 months of pampers, blankets, a care package and I prayed for her.

elderly woman bedfast

    Meche Lopez was left widowed a few months ago, her health started to decline after her husband’s death.  We bless her with a care package and a warm blanket.  She believes Jesus Christ is the son of God and said the salvation prayer.

woman bedfast

    Margarita Gomez can barely get out of bed, she is mentally ill, her sister cares for her, she cannot talk, she received a blanket, care package and prayers.

Our Vision

SHORT-TERM VISION/NEEDS

A) House rental for temporary Village Outreach Center, Lord’s Kitchen, temporary shelter.
B) Collect hundreds of used clothes, shoes, coats and jackets.
C) Hire experience workers to repair and weatherize homes.
D) Purchase all-terrain Quad ATV for transportation to remote homes near villages.

 NEAR FUTURE VISION/NEEDS

  1. Build a Village Outreach Center.
  2. Passenger van 2006 or newer.
  3. Utility trailer.
  4. Cement mixer, portable toilet, masonry, hand and power tools.
  5. Stick and wire feed welder.
  6. Kitchen appliances and cooking utensils.
  7. Pop up beds or cots, blankets.
  8. Washing machine.

 LONG-TERM VISION

Purchase a water well drilling rig to replace salty water wells, rejuvenate, install steel casing, rehabilitate or drill new wells for villages in need.

To Donate to Mexico Missions Specifically, simply add “for Mexico Missions” in the NOTE field in the donation dialog

Does what we do sound like something you'd like to be a part of?

We’d like to think that most Christians would like to, but time or geography stands in the way.

There are several ways you can participate in this work.

Commit to pray for us:

    Sign up for the REAL-TIME MINISTRY ALERTS and you’ll get a text when we are on our way out and are requesting your prayer covering. In one respect, this is arguably the most valuable contribution you can make. Most monthly donors signup to get these alerts and pray for us as well! Most times, after the outreach is done, we’ll inform you of what good what done and how many souls were saved thanks to your prayers.

Volunteer:

    “Boots on the Ground” make the Army of God run.  Whether you one person, a small group or a whole church group, we invite you to come and learn though experience how to do what we do. We have taught close to five thousand people how to do this back in their areas over the past 33 years. When you do it yourself with us, you’ll feel confident to go back home and reach your area for Christ using the same methods.

Donate Goods and Services:

    Goods? We need clothes, blankets, toiletries, tarps, ponchos, and socks. LOADS of Socks! McDonalds Gift cards are a favorite. Handing out a free McDonald’s Burger is a great tool for us. Just call us to ask us what we need and have a bunch of it sent to us. We use these things to open the door for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They are quite literally the “lifeblood” of the ministry. Our men’s rehabilitation home and discipleship program are always in need of a great many items.

    Services? If you are a professional with a skill or have a business, the chances are pretty good that there is something you do that can help us. Call us to find out if your business, skill set or abilities are something that you can contribute to this worthy cause.

Commit to Monthly Financial Support

Partnership with us is the same with the Lord as you doing the works yourself. Maybe you wish you had time to feed the hungry, bring the homeless into your house, or preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to total strangers in the public square. Maybe you don’t. We believe that when you partner with us, it’s the same as you doing the work in the Lord’s eyes.

Here's How to Contact Us

 Pastor Clayton Golliher, Director
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(213) 820-8305, PastorClayton@gmail.com

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