TPM Mexico Ministry Update

Marco 10:14 Kid’s Club, Palmito village services and Getsemani Church construction are three important ongoing projects for True Path Ministry (TPM) in Mexico. Committed Christian volunteers, many from Iglesia Getsemani, show their faith by their actions by supporting TPM’s work for Christ.

Volunteers come together, on Thursday nights at the TPM ministry house, for the Marcos 10:14 club. They clean the meeting area, use the Suburban to pickup kids, teach a Bible lesson, have fun playing games and prepare a meal. A recent study was about gratitude. The craft that supported the lesson was a paper tree with leaves. The kids cut out the leaves, wrote something they were grateful for on the leaves and then attached the leaves to the tree.

TPM and Getsemani church continue to travel to the small village of Palmito at least once a month. We are praying for guidance about building a church there. The current building that is being used for services is not an option for a future church. The adults have services inside the building and the children go outside for kids time. The people are excited to meet together and hear God’s word!

The biggest project TPM has going right now, in connection with the Getsemani church, is the construction of a new building for Pastor Rey’s church. It is coming along but funds are needed for the steel beams and tin to complete the roof. This is God’s church and we stand in faith knowing HE will provide!

Thank you all for your love, prayers and financial support. This ministry is active for Jesus because of your love for HIM!

The new church walls are now complete, the sheet metal roof is next once funded (click on a photo to see it larger).

On each leaf the kids wrote something in their lives for which they were grateful.

One fun game involved trying to eat a donut on a string tied to a child’s foot

One earlier art project had the kids make a frame around a photo TPM took of them.

Singing Christian songs is part of each week’s meeting.

We feed the kids and adults that come to club each week.

The kids enjoy meetings under a recently donated tent.

Colored sand was part of another project.

Each stick is a family member.

Once or twice a month the TPM Suburban takes folks to share worship with folks at Palmito, a small mountain village.

Children are an important part of all activities.