Pablo grew up in the small town of San Juanico, Michoacán in the south of Mexico. Martha grew up in Vancouver, Washington in the USA. They met in 1983 in between those two points; in Tijuana, Baja California Mexico while Martha was serving on a summer mission! By the end of the summer they knew that God was calling them to serve Him together in Mexico.
In December 1984 they were married and in September 1986 Pablo began formal Bible training at the Tecate Bible Institute in Mexico. It was a three-year program and during those years Martha worked to put him through school. They were in leadership in a local Mexican church… (click for more)
Reid and Anne Murphy grew up in the Rogue Valley in Southern Oregon. They met through Youth for Christ while in high school and married in 1977. Their ministry focus was on high school students and thus spent one week of their honeymoon taking… (click for more)
Lee and Mary Beth Ramlo began their lives and ministry together in the Lutheran church leading the youth group, going on short term mission trips and leading in music and worship. As a young couple, they attended a Marriage Encounter weekend… (click for more)
Rubén and Graciela Castañeda arrived in Ensenada from Mexicali in 1981. Pastor Rubén is convinced that the world does not lack physical resources, but however lacks the love of God. Not that there is any lack in God. He has made plenty of resources, and has infinite love… (click for more)
I was born and raised in Reno Nevada. I started as a meat cutter at a local supermarket while I attended UNR, then went on to become a firefighter where I’ve been for 21yrs. I married Nita, a local girl raised in Sparks Nevada. We have been married 25yrs… (click for more)
Terri, a California Bay Area native, has a passion for Mexico missions and for training and development. She headed the Adult Mexico Short-Term Missions trips for Valley Community Church in Pleasanton, served on their Missions Committee, and made numerous mission trips to Mexico… (click for more)
I signed up my freshman year to participate in the student-run ministry over Easter Break called Potter’s Clay. Hundreds of students are divided into teams to reach out in various ways to villages in and around Ensenada, Mexico. I distinctly remember the choice between serving on the medical team or a village team… (click for more)