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Forum International 2007

Juan Davis

The Forum International 2007 in Monterrey, Mexico has ended. And with the departure of the expositions, cultural entertainment, and educational events also comes the closing of an exciting season filled with new and enriching experiences for the many hundreds of thousands who attended the Forum and its attractions. Thanks to our volunteers and the help of Activated Ministries, 1,850 visitors had the chance to receive Jesus into their lives for eternity and a renewed start to life with a closer relationship with God. Read more about Forum International 2007

Rescate Children's Day Events

For Rescate, the month of April truly became “Children’s Month”, as “Children’s Day” (30th of April) was celebrated not just once, but four times in a series of events in Nuevo Leon and Chuahila for neglected and underprivileged children. Read more about Rescate Children's Day Events

5,000 books for the children of Juárez, Mexico

Joseph Jones

We recently received a phone call from Antonio, an old friend of ours who owns a seafood restaurant. Because he grew up as an orphan, he has always wanted to help the orphans and those that were economically disadvantaged. He asked us if we could perform our clown and puppet show for the orphans and kids on the “Dia Del Nino” (Day of the Child) here in Mexico. He explained that he was able to secure a location for this event at Poliforo Juan Gabriel: a hall that could hold 10,000 people. Read more about 5,000 books for the children of Juárez, Mexico

Cevantino Festival in Guanajuato, Mexico

Dan Johnston

The Cervantino is a month-long festival held in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico where young people come from all over the world to celebrate art, music, culture and to revel in the atmosphere of all-night parties where anything goes. Many of the youth that you will find at Cervantino are in search of something to believe in and a purpose for their lives.

Volunteers from The Family International traveled from all over Mexico to join with us in reaching the youth through our music and message; offering them the solution to the emptiness they feel inside. Read more about Cevantino Festival in Guanajuato, Mexico

Cherub Wings DVDs donated to orphanage

Theresa D'Abadie

Thank you so much for your help in donating a set of 13 Spanish Cherub Wings DVD's to the Casa Hogar Don Bosco orphanage in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Both the girls and the Catholic nuns were so happy to receive them, as these DVD’s are both entertaining and filled with positive values and lessons. We had a wonderful visit together. God bless Activated Ministries, who gives so generously to others! Read more about Cherub Wings DVDs donated to orphanage

Mission to Hidalgo

Isabelle Nizincourt

The state of Hidalgo ranks as the fifth poorest among the 32 states of the Mexican Republic. Located a few hours away from Mexico City, this mountainous area is home to many local Indian communities as well as a significant displaced Indian population. Read more about Mission to Hidalgo

Sponsor a Book, Mexico, 2011 Report

Isabelle Nizincourt

Thanks to the generous donation of books we received from Activated Ministries in April 2011 we were able to bring educational and inspirational books to: Read more about Sponsor a Book, Mexico, 2011 Report

Sponsor a Book reaches more than 1,000 underprivileged children

Again, we want to thank you so very much for your support of our projects and for donating the books we distribute. Mexico finds itself in a very difficult situation right now, after 25 years of having religious and moral education banned from the schools (the government just re-instituted civic instruction and is training their teachers to do so). Being able to distribute value-based literature to the most vulnerable and at risk children is such a powerful opportunity to help stem the tide of organized crime. Read more about Sponsor a Book reaches more than 1,000 underprivileged children

5 days, 5 Indian communities, over 1,000 children and more than 4,000 sponsored books distributed

Isabelle Nizincourt

Imagine you are a boy or a girl, born in remote community of Guerrero (one of the poorest state in Mexico). The closest “big” city (of 100,000 inhabitants) is over two hours away, half of the way on mountain dirt roads. The place is dormant under an implacable heat. Nothing much happens here, especially in the way of entertainment, and one day you hear that a team of foreigners is on their way to do a program in your village, and that they are bringing with them gifts of toys and books. Wow! Read more about 5 days, 5 Indian communities, over 1,000 children and more than 4,000 sponsored books distributed