Christ the Same Yesterday and Today and Forever

True Path Ministry, Inc. is trusting our Lord during this uncertain time. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever (Hebrews 13:8). Please join us in praying for His guidance to make all Christians part of the hands and feet, spreading His love for humanity. There are many who need the certain hope only Jesus gives.

Mexico has stopped church services and gatherings, such as our weekly kids club, to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. That nation has not reported a large outbreak of the virus and I pray they are spared infection. Winter has turned into spring and events may also mean a seasonal change for we Christians around the world. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus (Philippians 3:13-14).

We continue to pray that you remain safe and healthy, that Jesus will stop this virus, that many will turn to Jesus and Christ will be glorified! We thank you, our prayer and financial supporters – God bless you all!

Reading Glasses were offered in Rayones
Arlen, Travis and TPM’s Stephen
Hadi and Donna at table in Refugio

Roof Finished & Restroom Complete at Getsemani Church

Christians from Medina, Texas were in Galeana, NL, Mexico on a short-term mission trip to work with Pastor Reynaldo and Lulu at the new Iglesia Getsemani  Church building. The group put a ridge cap on the sheet metal roof and completed the restroom by building and installing stall doors and doors under the sink. It was a long hard day serving the Lord, but also very rewarding.

(Click on a photo below to see it larger.)

Christ Gives El Carmon Church New Electrical System

El Carmon, NL, Mexico received an answered prayer today in the form of its new church building getting a complete wiring job. Christians visitors from Medina, Texas joined with True Path Ministry and other volunteers from Mexico to bless the small desert village. Not only does the church there serve as a place of worship, but also as a community center. The residents have been working to complete the building for the past two years and getting the permanent electric wiring install is a big step forward.

The photos below tell much of the story of a long but fun day serving the Lord (click on a photo to see it larger).

Texas Work Crew Tackles Mexico Roofing Project

A team from the Medina, Texas Methodist Church drove five hours into Mexico to join with True Path Ministry to complete several work projects in Jesus name. Their first project was on Monday, March 8th. They installed a new metal roof at Pastor Seldonia’s house church near Refugio. The group drove deep into the mountains on steep and often challenging roads to get to the isolated location. The photos below tell the story best.