Fundraiser to be held at Christian School for the Bucerias mission trip

Five students from Rimbey Christian School along with four parents will be going on a mission trip to Bucerias, Mexico.

  • Dec. 1, 2015 9:00 a.m.

Five students from Rimbey Christian School along with four parents will be going on a mission trip to Bucerias, Mexico inJanuary, 2016. They have bought their airfare and have been taking a few Spanish lessons to prepare themselves. For 10 daysthey will be working at La Fuente Ministries.

LFM La Fuente Ministries is a church planting organization with over 50 full-time staff that dedicates all its resources to establish living effective churches in Mexico and throughout the world. They are a non-profit organization in the U.S. and inMexico. Most of the churches have property and are in various stages of construction. They have training for national pastorsand many ministries to help their community with physical needs and each person’s relationship with Jesus Christ. They arenon-denominational and enjoy quality relationships with churches from all over the world. They are constantly raising fundsfor missionaries, national pastors, new church needs and their orphanage (Nana’s House).

Some of the work that the students and parents might be doing is helping with their construction needs, painting and cleanup. Over the years the group from Withrow Gospel Mission, whom they will partner with, have handed out suppers to the localseniors, done crafts and played with the children at the orphanage while sharing the love of Jesus Christ with them.

A fundraiser spaghetti supper for the trip will be held at the Rimbey Christian School on December 3 at 6 p.m. A freewilloffering will be taken. There will be a powerpoint presentation showing the progress over the last couple of years.

Checks can also be made out to Withrow Gospel Mission with Mexico Mission on the memo line and dropped off at the school.

For more information about the ministry go to their website:


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