A New Baño for Berenice

True Path Ministry wanted to make life for Berenice a little easier. Her only bathroom facility was in a courtyard a long distance away from her house and it has no shower or sink. She is a young lady who was called to serve Christ in San Francisco, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is a tiny village a few miles north of Galeana where she lives in one room attached to a very old rock and adobe church building.

Berenice’s new bano will be fully equipped when finished.

She is the pastor for a small church in the village and has a special anointing for teaching children. Berenice has traveled with the True Path Ministry Gospel On The Move team a couple of times and used her teaching gift to work with the kids in the remote villages.(see Vibrant Worship in the Desert Village Borrasito and Praising Cristo in Pinones Mexico)

Once finished, the new, fully equipped, Baño will be right beside her back door for easy access. The Bible says “When God’s people are in need, be ready to help them. Always be eager to practice hospitality.” (Romans 12:13 NLT)

A workman clears the site for the new bano.

Holes were dug for the concrete pillars.

Concrete was mixed on site for the blocks and the pillars.

A local mason helped us with the project.

Delivered 35 Meals to Home-Bound in Galeana, NL, MX

Two-year-old Elias enjoyed delivering meals for Nuevo Corazon today. He is Pastor Reynaldo’s youngest child and he has watched us deliver meals for several weeks, but today he got to give out food too. Once he got started he wanted to go in every place. The folks we were delivering to also enjoy our little helper. Each week True Path Ministry works alongside Nuevo Corazon and volunteers from the Galeana Getsemani Church to prepare, package, pray for and deliver about 35 meals to mostly home-bound elderly. It is a much needed and appreciated ministry, and a great way to show the love of Christ in a very practical way.

Two year old Elias helped deliver meals today.

Sandra dishes up some chicken soup for the meal delivery ministry.

The Christian volunteers always have a good time preparing the meals.


Benadicta lives in a one room adobe house and always looks forward to the meal on Tuesdays.

Vibrant Worship in the Desert Village, Borrasito

True Path Ministry Gospel On The Move team of fourteen Christians traveled down a very long dirt road deep into the desert on November 11th, 2017. The tiny ranch village of Borrasito is very remote, but they have built one of the nicest Christian “Templo Evangelico” we have seen in rural Mexico. However, the church is more than just a pretty building.

The Church building is beautiful. (click on a photo to see it larger)

Many of the village’s adults knew to come to the templo so they could hear from God, and they did. Pastor Reynaldo from Galeana delivered a moving Bible-based and spirit-filled message. During prayer time at the end of the service the alter filled with people crying out to our Lord, as Lulu played the guitar softly in the background. Several of the Christians from Galeana helped to pray for the people at the alter.

Jesus was also glorified as the twenty five kids met in a separate area for their time of worship. Pastor Berenice, from a village just out of Galeana, came along to teach the children. We were blessed to have her join us. She has a God-given talent as a Bible educator to kids of all ages. The little ones listened eagerly as she told the story of Zacchaeus as found in Luke 19:1-10. The kids recited the memory verse several times prior to participating in an art project which related to the story. Before leaving the building, the children all received a gift.

At the end of the adult service the team spread out a tarp and emptied several large boxes of clothes for every gender and age. As is our custom, we also gave out Bibles and many pairs of reading glasses. A special gift box for the pastor and his family which included: kitchen items, beans, coffee, towels and other goodies. Plus, we had a special gift bag for each woman.

The residents of Borrasito have very few visitors who will brave the long, hole filled dirt road to see them. They were extremely grateful that we came. We were too, it is always a privilege to serve our King – Jesus.

Pastor Jacobo and wife Maria welcomed us.

Lulu lead the music.

Several from the congregation sang a special song.

Pastor Reynaldo from the Getsamani Church in Galeana preached a powerful sermon.

Many came to the alter for prayer.

The kids met in another area of the church.

Tonyia and several others from Galeana came along  to help with the service.

Stephen showed some of the boys how to shoot one of the toys.

Reading glasses are always a popular part of our ministry.

We gave out several Bibles.

They were grateful to get clothes


It is a tiny village where many of the homes are made of adobe.

We encounter heavy traffic from a herd of goats coming into town.

It took us about a half hour before reaching the turn onto the dirt road.

Once we left the highway we drove about an hour and a half on a very rough dirt road.

On our return trip we stopped by this lake. It was an odd sight to see in the desert.






Spiritual Growth at Marcos 10:14 Club

The children at the Marcos 10:14 Club on November 9th learned how to grow from new believers toward spiritual maturity. It was a valuable lesson for the forty-nine kids at the club meeting. It is an honor for True Path Ministry to host these weekly meetings.

The lesson plan we are using has shown the children why we need Christ in our lives. This week we continued the series by showing them what we need to grow in our faith. Essentials the lesson mentioned were: prayer; worship; personal Bible study; church attendance; and Bible study with others.

Patty used baby formula with labels to illustrate the lesson. (click on a photo to see it larger)

Teacher Patty used several baby formula containers with different labels to illustrate the lesson, we must grow beyond “milk”.  Jesus said we must be “born again.” The lesson included the story of Nicodemus from John 3:1-12. The craft butterfly further enforced the point of how we are new creatures in Christ.

It gives us great joy to watch the kids grow in their faith. However, gauging how many children come is always interesting because the number of kids can fluctuate from thirty to fifty, and adults from ten to twenty. Last night we were near the max number of children, plus, we were thankful to have seventeen adult helpers.

We love to see all the kids, but planning each week is a logistical challenge. We must have enough art supplies and food for all. We usually plan for the maximum because we would rather have too much than not enough. The Lord always makes a way!

In addition to those who are physically at the meeting we want to thank you, our supporters. We believe that covering our mission with prayer and focusing on Christ is the reason for this successful ministry. And, of course, financial support allows us to be persistent in our obligations.

If you feel moved to give financially please see our “support” page.

Living for Jesus! Bless you all!!

The kids participated in the illustration.

Christian songs are part of every club meeting. (click on a photo to see it larger)

The craft was a cup butterfly.

We were blessed with lots of adult helpers.

Sandwiches, grapes and chips were on the menu this week.

It takes a lot of work behind the scenes for each meeting.




Praising Cristo in Pinones Mexico

Fifteen people loaded into the True Path Ministry 1995 Suburban and the Williams’ 2010 Edge to make the hour drive to Pinones Mexico. The Christian group included an evangelist, three pastors, two missionaries and nine from Getsemani church. Our goal was to take both spiritual and physical blessings to the people. It is a tiny mountain village, south of Galeana, in the middle of piñon pine trees. The people make their living mostly by harvesting the piñon nuts from the trees.

This woman was filled with the joy of the Lord after getting relief from an ailment. (click on a photo to see it larger)

Pastor Maximo has shepherded a vibrant Christian Church in the community for years.  We came together with the community in the small, but full of life, church to hold a special worship service for the adults and, in a separate building (also a storage shed), the kids.

Every seat was taken in the church building and we noticed that many came with their Bibles. The front alter filled with people as they prepared their hearts for worship before the service began.

Pastor Lulu lead the song service. Stephen and Tonyia used their limited Spanish to tell how the Lord had called them to live in Mexico. Tonyia used her hands with American sign language to express her faith in Christ to a Spanish language Christian song. When Evangelist Ramiro began to preach the children were invited to another building.

Pastor Berenice, who had come with us for the first time, is from a small village about ten miles north of Galeana. She and Edith had a great time teaching the children. They found that most of the kids were Christians. At the end of the study, each child recited John 6:35, which was their memory verse for the day. For their work the kids got a small gift bag and some candy. It was a happy time of praising the Lord and learning.

In the adult service several ladies came forward and asked Evangelist Ramiro to pray for their healing. They all experienced relief from ailments. One lady, who could barely walk before the prayer time, ran down the aisle in joy while another wept. There was not a dry eye in the place. It was a moment with the Holy Spirit few will forget.

After services we spread out a big tarp and laid out piles of clothing for all ages and genders. We also gave out Bibles, reading glasses and Tonyia handed each lady a special gift bag. We gave Pastor Maximo and his wife a “blessing box” with kitchen items and food.

The people showered us with gratitude, but with every “gracias” we point upward – it is all for Jesus and He gets the glory.

Evangelist Ramiro gave a powerful Bible-based sermon.

Lulu lead the song service with help of local musicians.

Tonyia used sign language to praise the Lord to a Spanish song.

Many of the worshipers prayed at the alter to prepare their hearts before the service began.

Every seat was filled before the children went to their own area.

Young and old were at the service.

The children were treated to a time of worship and learning in a separate building.

The kids got a small gift bag.

Stephen helped the kids understand some of the toys.

We gave out several Bibles.

Our reading glasses were very popular.

Tonyia handed the ladies gift bags.

This lady was a character and enjoyed having her photo taken with Tonyia.

We gave Pastor Maximo a “blessing box.”

The Pastor’s wife is a beautiful women.

The people in the village make their living by harvesting the piñon nuts.

The piñon nuts Evangelist Ramiro is holding are very popular in Mexico.

Pastor Maximo talks to us about his church before services begin.