The blessings and fruit of church planting

Every year, during July and August, we host an 8 week Church Planting class (CPI). We offer lodging , three meals a day during the week, instruction, and children’s ministry  for the duration of the course. Calvary Training Center has hosted these classes over the last 6 years and has seen over 100 graduates. We teach topics such as Spiritual Leadership, Evangelism, Discipleship, Inductive Bible study, Sermon preparation, Spiritual warfare, Church planting according to the book of Acts, Apologetics, Difficulties in church planting, Vision and strategies and more. Our hope and prayer is that they would all return to their home churches to eventually be sent out by those churches. Currently, there are 11 active churches that have our former CPI students leading them or serving in them. There are three churches in other parts of Tijuana, one church in Monterrey, one in Michoacan, one in Oaxaca, two in Culiacan, and one in Mazatlan. In addition, here are also two bible studies, one in Condesa, Mexico City, and another in Mazatlan that were started with the intention of becoming churches to reach their respective communities. There is another former student who will leave in January to plant a church in Tulancingo, Hidalgo.

A few weeks ago, I had the exciting honor and privilege to spend a week in Mexico City. I was able to visit a a four month old church plant, @brasasmexico and see the work firsthand. Pastor David Hernandez and his wife Sami are both gifted and have a calling and desire to reach the people of Condesa. That night we had a great night of worship and communion. They are now transitioning from meeting in their home to moving into a school building two blocks from their home. I was very encouraged to see the work that the Lord had done and we are excited for the future of Brasas. I was given the opportunity to share with the entire group one Friday night about the Calvary Training Center, its ministry opportunities, and to encourage them to take our course next summer. Please pray for the Hernandez’s as they minister to this “hipster and trendy” community that is mostly made up of musicians, writers, actors and those who are pursuing a career in the Arts.

I also was blessed to travel with a couple of pastors from CC Rosarito to Tulancingo, Hidalgo  It is the second largest city in that state. The name means “in or behind the reeds”. CC Rosarito has already planted 23 churches. There, we met up with future church Planters and former CPI students Pastor Federico Urquijo, His wife Jenny, and their son Jeremiah. We spent two days surveying the land. We drove around the town, met people, visited more Urquijo family, praying, looking for a prospective venue to hold church services, and getting acquainted with the food and culture in that area. It was a blessed time and we look forward to the fruit that will come from our vision trip and the church that will eventually be planted there in January, 2020, Calvary Chapel Tulancingo. Please pray for the work God will do through the Urquijo family, their team, and this new work.

“Look among the nations and watch—
Be utterly astounded!
For I will work a work in your days
Which you would not believe, though it were told you.
Habakkuk 1:5
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You are welcome @brasasmexico
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@brasasmexico in Condesa neighborhood
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Pastor Mike and Urquijo Family

 

Bendiciones,

The Valdez Family (Tribe of Dan)

Mailing Address: 555 Saturn Blvd B1148 San Diego, CA, U.S. 92154

Email: Dan@ctcmex.org        seek1stgod@gmail.com (Cecilia)

Cell Phone: 562.201.7179

Online Donations: https://cclasvegas.org/mission/

Website: https://ctcmex.org/

Address: Las Pilas 8976, La Gloria, 22645 La Joya, B.C., Mexico

Email: info@ctcmex.org

There is power…

As I write this letter from a café near our home, we are waiting for a phone call from the homeowner and electrician to tell us that “there is power” or that power has been restored. This time, they turned it off so that they could upgrade the breakers and wiring. We have been without water for a day and our reserve tank works with electricity. You can read through God’s Word and easily see God at work in and through the lives of many. You could easily say that there is power in the name of Jesus. There is power in the blood of Jesus that was shed on the cross 2,000 years ago. We have access to that power today and we continue to see it at work in the hearts and lives here in Baja.

September brought a few celebrations for our family as Elizabeth had her 15th birthday and Cecilia and I had our 24th wedding anniversary. Emily and Elizabeth also went on their first missions trip with the youth group from Calvary Chapel Rosarito. It was a four day to trip to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The group of 30 did various work projects and outreaches to bless the Pastor, his family, the church (Calvary Chapel Monterrey), and the community.

A few weeks ago we had a former pro wrestler share with the kids from our Niños del Rey program at CTC. The original “Rey Misterio” shared how Jesus has transformed his life of Power, fame, and greed to a new life of Joy, blessing, and purpose. He talked about how his desire to win more and to keep going when his body told him not to, led to paralysis and a wheelchair. It was great hear this “luchador” minister to the children. Now he has a desire to tell more people about Jesus and how there is power to break every chain of addiction. Please pray as our staff as we continue to invest in the lives of these young kids.The last couple of weeks have brought powerful winds and many fires. At one point it was reported that California had over 2,000 fires and Baja California had over 400 fires. One small fire was ignited at the bottom of the hill behind CTC. It traveled quickly up the hill and got very close to our facility as it began to consume the vacant house next door. We were 5 minutes away when we were notified about the fire. When I arrived I was truly amazed at the help we received from a team that had just arrived along with other neighbors who all came together to fight the fire. We had no power nor water except for the reserve tank. Everyone had buckets that they were filling and shovels to keep the fire from spreading. There is certainly power and strength in numbers. There is power in prayer. Thank you for praying.

We love hosting teams and watching the Lord move and speak to them and through them during their time here. In September, CC El Monte brought a team to minister at an orphanage and to do a medical outreach in a community near a dump. It was great to see the Lord work and encourage many through the outreaches physically and spiritually. . We saw numerous professions of faith while others were encouraged as they were made aware of a local bible study and future church plant in the area. We hosted a half day Children’s Ministry seminar for those teachers and helpers for our NDR class and for those serving in local churches. We were blessed to have Stef Mitrano from CC South Bay (Gardena, Ca.) minister to the teachers. CC Las Vegas and Hope Medical Missions also sent a team to do outreaches at a Rehab and at CC Tijuana. It was exciting to see so many people respond favorably to the preaching of the gospel and to blessings of the medical team. There is power in God’s Word.

In October, we had CC Kern River Valley who ministered at a local orphanage. CC St George arrived in time to help with the fire and to minister through children’s outreaches . CC Red Rock blessed CC Rey de Reyes, CC Tecolote, and CC Santa Fe through children’s ministry outreaches that included worship, teaching, games, face painting, and balloon animals.Last month our family took a five day trip to Spring Valley, Nevada. There we were blessed to attend a missions (Proclaim 2019) conference at CC Las Vegas. We were encouraged and challenged as we heard some great teachings. We enjoyed the fellowship and reconnected with many that have served and/or visited at CTC over the years. It was truly refreshing. I also taught at the Spanish service there on that Sunday.

As always, we appreciate very much all of your prayers, financial support, and encouragement. We count them all as blessings needed for us to continue to do what God has called us to do – serve Him here in Baja California.

CC Red Rock’s outreach at CC Santa Fe
Family, Friends and fellowship at 2019 Proclaim conference at CC Las Vegas
Former pro wrestler original Rey Misterio sharing Jesus with the NDR kids
Happy Anniversary to us – taking a break in Old town San Diego
Rebekah ministering through a manicure at a medical outreach in Tijuana

Emily, Elizabeth and Audrey early in the A.M. before leaving for Monterrey mission trip

Bendiciones,
The Valdez Family (Tribe of Dan)

Mailing Address:555 Saturn Blvd B1148 San Diego, CA, U.S. 92154

Email: Dan@ctcmex.org seek1stgod@gmail.com (Cecilia)

Cell Phone: 562.201.7179

Online Donations: https://cclasvegas.org/mission/

Website: https://ctcmex.org/

Address: Las Pilas 8976, La Gloria, 22645 La Joya, B.C., Mexico

Email: info@ctcmex.org

How Great Thou Art

Fourteen months ago we moved to Baja California. We wanted to look back before we look forward to what God has in store for the Tribe of Dan. We also want to thank you for your faithfulness in praying for us and in providing financial support this past year. We are grateful for your partnership.
It was fascinating to read of the story behind the hymn “How Great Thou Art”. Stuart Hine, a missionary, wrote different verses of the hymn as he watched God do great things in Ukraine, Russia, and Britain. When I think of how God has used those deported from the U.S. to plant churches all over Mexico – How Great Thou Art! When I think of those individuals that professed faith in Christ after Sunday morning services – How Great Thou Art! When I see lives, marriages, and communities transformed by Jesus Christ – How Great Thou Art! When I see the hand of God and the Word of God that led us to move to Mexico and to provide a Care team and a support team made of up churches and individuals that we have known since elementary school, High School, College, and Homeschool affiliations, as well as family and friends – How Great Thou Art! When We see how God opened doors for us to share with individuals and congregations about the vision of Calvary Training Center and the opportunities for churches to partner with us and other ministries – How Great Thou Art!
We have issues with water bugs, sewage smells, days without water and vehicles that have needed maintenance and repairs. We waited in lines from 1 hr to 3 hrs to cross the border to do our banking and to get our mail. We recently received our Sentri passes. We can’t open a bank account here without having proper documents which we don’t have at this time. We had a calendar full of teams scheduled to come this year. We had 3 teams cancel in May and another 3 teams cancel in June. We were excited that 3-4 people showed interest in becoming interns over this summer. That number was cut in half. In a matter of weeks, we had two staff members resign, including a cook. Then we see our 17-year-old daughter Emily get diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and suffering from severe pain. She also tested positive for Typhoid fever. We could conveniently and naturally get frustrated, discouraged, and disillusioned. We know that God is still on the throne and rules and reigns in our hearts, home, and ministries. Therefore, we can joyfully say and sing How Great Thou Art!
Ministry at the Training Center has been non-stop. We have hosted about 25 teams between January and August. Some came just for lodging while many others worked with us to plan itineraries for ministry and activities. Some of our teams have made strong connections with the ministries they have visited, and in some cases, they are now supporting them financially. Other teams come every two months and already have their ministries planned with some of the local churches. Since our last newsletter, we have hosted teams from CC Kern River Valley, CC St. George, Utah, Spring Valley Baptist, NV., CC Queen Creek, Az, CC Lone Mountain, NV, CC Las Vegas, CC Mid Valley, Ca., Hope Medical Missions, and CC Great Bay, NH. They have all been a blessing to us and so many others here in Mexico. Our Niños del Rey afterschool kids program ended late June. We had about 30-35 kids show up 3 days a week for lunch, a memory verse, worship, a bible lesson, and help with their homework. Please pray for these kids as we will be starting up again soon for the next school year. How Great Thou Art!
Our annual Church Planting Class concluded a week and a half ago. We had 22 students and their families stay at CTC for 8 weeks so we could invest in them. We had guest speakers and teachers and other missionaries come and pour into these students spiritually to prepare them for what God has called them to. It’s exciting to see all that God did and we look forward to seeing all that God will do as these students go to local church plants as well as Mexico City, Mazatlan, and possibly Spain. Please pray with us for these graduates and servants of the Lord Jesus Christ. We also had two interns, Chelsea and Jadin, that served with us for one month over the summer. We had two more, Oscar and Gabriel that served during the two-month CPI program. Gabriel will continue and Harim, who was one of our CPI students, will also serve as an intern. How Great Thou Art!
Please continue to pray for wisdom and direction for our family and the ministry at the Calvary Training Center. Let us know if you want to come to visit, to bring a team or just to Taco about what great things He has done.
For You are great, and do wondrous things; You alone are God – Psalm 86:10

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Tribe of Dan
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CC Mid Valley at CasaHogar The Refuge

 

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CPI 2019 Graduating Class

Pastor Dan Valdez
Operations Pastor
Calvary Training Center (La Gloria, Mexico)
p:(US) 702.448.4725
cell 562 201-7179
(MX) +52.664.636.1252
a:(US) 555 Saturn Blvd Ste # B159, San Diego, CA 92154
(MX) Las Pilas 8976, La Gloria, 22645 La Joya, B.C., Mexico

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e:dan@ctcmex.org

 

Only Jesus

Therefore God also has highly exalted Him and given Him the name which is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those in heaven, and of those on earth, and of those under the earth, and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. Philippians 2:9-11

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. February and March were pretty busy. We hosted seven teams in the last 60 days. It was exciting but at the same time a little challenging. We had teams from CC St. George (Utah), CC Kern River Valley, CC Santa Fe Springs (our home church), CC Christan School (Las Vegas), Langley Immanuel (Canada), CC Emmett (Idaho), and CC Artesia. We appreciate having teams come down and doing outreaches and children’s ministries. Dan taught at CC Tijuana and CC Rey de Reyes (Ejido Laz. Cardenas) as well as at CC Artesia and CC SFS Spanish ministry. We seek to honor and glorify Only Jesus.

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CC Downey hosted a Pastor /Leader conference in early February and we were able to attend and host a resource table where we could promote the Calvary Training Center and the ministries we are a part of. In late February, Dan attended a Founder’s Banquet for the Alpha Gamma Omega Christian fraternity that he was in during his college days at  UCLA. It was a great time of fellowship and making new ministry contacts. There was also a great and timely message by Rob McCoy, Pastor of Godspeak church and Mayor of Thousand Oaks. The fraternity is Christ-centered and seeks to exalt only Jesus.

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We are still growing in our transition and getting used to intermittent power surges and outages and rapid weather changes and all of the after effects they have. Just like Southern California, Baja California experienced heavy and consistent rains in the first three months of the year. The results were more traffic, flooding, accidents, potholes, and extensive deterioration of streets and roads. We want to be sensitive and open to situations and opportunities that God gives us to point others to only Jesus.

Emily and Elizabeth were able to attend the CCSFS youth retreat last month and spend some time with their friends and to have a blessed time in the Word.  They are also involved in the youth group at our church in Rosarito and they are hoping to attend a mission trip to Monterrey, Mx. in September. Rachel is staying busy with school and helping Emily care for and train our puppy. Rebekah continues her online classes and is helping CTC with graphic design. Cecilia provides a lot of support at CTC with helping the cook prepare the menu, buying the food, sewing, and serving wherever she can.

We appreciate your prayers and financial support. Thank you for partnering with us in the work God is doing here through you. We are blessed to have so many of you join in this ministry. We pray that you may have a blessed Semana Santa (Holy week) that culminates with the celebration of the Risen Christ.

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Finally, we ask you to lift up some prayer requests for us to see only Jesus glorified in our lives and ministries.

  1. Emily will see a Rheumatologist in early May because of pain and fatigue she is experiencing.
  2. Dan has been having sciatic issues off and on
  3. For continued direction for our girls in their education and prospective involvement at the Training Center and at the church we attend.
  4. Recent church plants in Oaxaca, Culiacan, Chiapas, and Campeche
  5. For our upcoming Church planting class in July

Mailing Address:
555 Saturn Blvd B1148  San Diego, CA, U.S. 92154
Email: Dan@ctcmex.org
Mobile Phone: 562.201.7179
Online Donations: https://cclasvegas.org/mission/
Website: https://ctcmex.org/
Address: Las Pilas 8976, La Gloria, 22645 La Joya, B.C., Mexico
Office Phone:702.448.4725 (US) (+52-664) 636.1252 (Mex)

Our God reigns

It is good to give thanks to the Lord, and to sing praises to Your name, O Most High; to declare Your lovingkindness in the morning, and Your faithfulness every night (Psalm 92:1-2)

Everyday we are reminded of God’s great Providence and Sovereignty. It never ceases to amaze us that He is truly in control, on His throne, Ruling and Reigning. It is easy to look around and get frustrated, discouraged, and disappointed, and even distracted with what is happening all around us and all around the world. It’s a matter of perspective. We have met and heard of the many who are planting and pastoring churches, those who are leaders and serving in different ministries here in Mexico after they had what I call “Divine” deportations. We truly serve an awesome God. Our God reigns.

In January, Cecilia and I attended a missions conference where we were so blessed with the teachings and messages that were shared by the various speakers. We were encouraged and exhorted by many who have already served the Lord in other countries for many years. They told stories of God’s Protection, His Provision, and His call to stay “On Mission”. It was a rich time worshipping the King of Kings, partaking of such sweet fellowship and meeting other missionaries. Our God reigns.

I also took two trips with two different groups to minister to a migrant caravan tent city (El Barretal) near Tecate. The first trip we were only able to be with a small group from the caravan that came outside of the “tent City” because we did not have authorization to go in. We gave out about 500 or so sack lunches and were able to talk to individuals one on one. I met 18 year old Nestor from Guatemala and 19 year old Darwin from Honduras. Both, like many, are determined to get to the U.S. one way or the other. Two weeks later, we returned with authorization to go inside of the “tent city”. We went from tent to tent inviting them to come out to receive some encouragement. We had a time of worship, a message from the Word of God, and then a time to spend with the migrants. We also gave out bibles to many. Certainly many of us have our perspectives, opinions, and political views of what should or should not happen with these migrants. They are real people with real needs like food and encouragement. Our prayer and hope is that they see and acknowledge their greatest need – forgiveness (like all of us)so that they will put their hope in Jesus, who is the only one they really need to trust – not a government on either side of the border. Please pray for Darwin, Nestor and all the migrants as well as all of the others we get share the love and Truth of God with here in Mexico. Our God reigns.

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On the home front – we are enduring through coughs, colds, ear and sinus infections as well as allergies. Prayers appreciated. We also celebrated birthdays for Cecilia and Rebekah. Emily and Elizabeth have started taking a Spanish class and Cecilia and the girls are taking attending a 6 week series required to serve at the bilingual church we are attending – Calvary Chapel Rosarito. We recently had an addition to our family – a mixed shepherd. Yes, that means five women and two female dogs all have to deal with me. Our God reigns.

We want to thank you for your prayers. As we look at the rest of the year we can already see how the Lord has provided for Short term missions teams to partner with us at CTC. We hosted teams from CC Red Rock and CC lone mountain last month. We appreciate the ministry they did while here in La Gloria. Please feel free to call if you are interested in bringing a team to serve or if you just want to visit and see the Taco ministry up close.

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We thank you for your continued partnership with us in prayer and financially.

Dan, Cecilia, Rebekah, Rachel, Emily & Elizabeth

Mailing Address:

555 Saturn Blvd B1148

San Diego, CA, U.S. 92154

Email:Dan@ctcmex.org

Mobile Phone: 562.201.7179

Online Donations: https://cclasvegas.org/mission/

Website: https://ctcmex.org/

Address: Las Pilas 8976, La Gloria, 22645 La Joya, B.C., Mexico

Office Phone:702.448.4725 (US) (+52-664) 636.1252 (Mex)

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Grateful that God is Faithful

“I will give thanks to you, Lord, with all my heart; I will tell of all your wonderful deeds” (Psalm 96:1)

Faithful – It is hard to imagine that we have already been here almost 6 months. When we left the U.S. in July we knew there would be many changes, a time of transition and a complete dependency upon God, Jehovah Jireh, our Provider and Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. We are grateful because God has provided for us and blessed us in so many ways and through so many people. As well, we have experienced power outages, water shortages, bucket baths, wind storms, humidity, heat, and so much more. We can’t even compare those challenges with the trauma that children experience before being placed in Orphanages/Children’s homes. It doesn’t compare to the neglect and abuse that adults have suffered prior to being placed in Convalescent homes. Our inconveniences certainly don’t compare to what persecuted Christians have suffered around the world nor do they even come close to what Jesus Christ encountered and endured on the cross for each and every one of us. He died so that we might be given the opportunity to recognize and repent of our sin, ask Him for forgiveness, and experience eternal life by acknowledging Him as Lord and Savior. He is still on the throne and still in control. He is Faithful.

Fruit –In the past 5 years that the Calvary Training Center has offered the Church Planting class we have seen 83 graduates and 8 churches planted. This past summer we had 23 students graduate and this month we saw one church planted already. Within the next 12-18 months we anticipate another 6 churches to be planted. We pray for lasting fruit and healthy churches. We certainly desire to see fruit in all of our ministries at CTC. Please continue to pray for our after school and Internship programs as we invest, disciple, and seek transformed lives that are wholly surrendered to Jesus. We have seen relationships established developed with Short Term Teams and the ministries and churches where they serve as well as with our entire CTC staff. It is a blessing to see that work God does in people’s hearts over time.

Familia – Change is usually difficult at first and sometimes for longer periods of time. Our family has adjusted somewhat to all of the changes but the transition will continue as we seek God’s perfect plan for us as a family as well as for each of us individually. Rebekah and Rachel are continuing their college education by taking online course at a couple of community colleges in San Diego. Emily is in her Senior year of High School and is being home-schooled. Elizabeth is in her first year of High School and continues to be home-schooled as well. Cecilia remains busy at home and at the Training Center. She is a blessing and helps out wherever she can.

We thank you for your continued partnership with us in prayer and financially. We look forward to see what the Lord has for us as we end 2018 and as we enter 2019 and a new season of ministry opportunities at home in Rosarito and at the Training Center in La Gloria, Tijuana.

Dan, Cecilia, Rebekah, Rachel, Emily & Elizabeth

Mailing Address:

555 Saturn Blvd B1148

San Diego, CA, U.S. 92154

Email:Dan@ctcmex.org

Mobile Phone: 562.201.7179

Online Donations: https://cclasvegas.org/mission/

Website: https://ctcmex.org/

Address: Las Pilas 8976, La Gloria, 22645 La Joya, B.C., Mexico

Office Phone:702.448.4725 (US) (+52-664) 636.1252 (Mex)

The Chronicle Continues

 ” ‘For My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways,’ says the LordFor as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts.’ ” Isaiah 55:8-9

Call & Confirmation – Thank you for joining us on this new journey! We apologize for the delay in getting our first newsletter out to you since we announced the move. Thank you for your partnership with us in prayers and financial support. Over the last 4 years, we have been praying and wondering if the Lord had something else for us. We remained open to see if one day He would call us to serve Him elsewhere. We prayed and fasted as we sought the Lord when we knew of the opportunity to serve Him in Baja California. By the end of January this year, God had confirmed in His word and in our hearts His call for us to leave our home and our country to a land that He is showing us (Genesis 12:1). He spoke clearly and consistently. He used individuals and situations to remind us and reassure us that this is His perfect plan and perfect timing for us. We had many questions and mixed emotions but we knew that He had given us a great opportunity to trust Him and to live by faith and to watch Him work in and through us. We look forward to all that He has for us here just south of the border.

Blessings & Transition – It has been exciting to see God answer our prayers along the way (past 7 months) to lead our Tribe of six as we moved into our new home. He provided so much in the way of people and resources. He raised up people to oversee the ministries and duties that Dan was over in the last 9 years while he was on staff at Calvary Chapel Santa Fe Springs. We have been blessed in so many ways by our friends, biological family and church family who we miss greatly. We are grateful for all your prayers and support. “Thus far the Lord has helped us” (1 Samuel 7:12). For now, we are living in Rosarito (10 mins from the beach) and serving at the Calvary Training Center in La Gloria, Tijuana (ctcmex.org).  It is very humid here. Tijuana is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Mexico and is the fifth-largest city in Mexico. It is estimated to have a population of 1.8 million. It is the most visited border city in the world with more than 300,00 crossing the Tijuana-San Diego border daily and 50 million crossing yearly. Rosarito (20 min south of Tijuana) has an estimated population of 70,000 but many tourists visit this beach city in masses, especially in the summer. It is also home to many missionaries, retirees, ex-pats and the Valdez family. English, Spanglish, and Spanish are spoken here. We are still unpacking and settling in to our new place and getting used to everything that comes with moving into a new home in a new country with a new culture.

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Ministry  – Summer is a super busy time at Calvary Training Center (CTC). God is moving and leading many to plant churches in Mexico and in all of Latin America. We are excited that the CTC is a resource that is available to help local churches, missionaries and prospective church planters. Currently we have 19 students staying here and attending the 8 week church planting course that will end this weekend. We have been busy hosting teams that come from the US and Canada to do ministry here. This summer we had teams from CC Las Vegas, CC Lone Mountain, CC St. George, CC Boise and CC Santa Fe Springs to name a few. Some stay for a weekend while others stay for a week. If you or your church is interested in bringing a team to do ministry here, we offer lodging and meals and assistance in planning an itinerary for your activities, outreaches, and building projects. If you want to learn more about our Niños del Rey kids program, Missions Internship programs, Short-Term Teams as well as Church Planting, please contact us at the information provided below.

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Prayer Requests: 

  • McCracken Family – returning to Las Vegas to raise support for eight month language school
  • wisdom and direction for 19 Church Planting families graduating Sept 1st
  • Interns Bonnie and Janelle – re-entry and return to Las Vegas. Continued direction
  • Valdez’s – still transitioning in new home and in responsibilities at CTC

 

P.O. Address:

555 Saturn Blvd B1148

San Diego, CA, U.S. 92154

Email: Dan@ctcmex.org

Phone: 562.201.7179

Online Donations: https://cclasvegas.org/mission/

Website: https://ctcmex.org/

Address: Las Pilas 8976, La Gloria, 22645 La Joya, B.C., Mexico

Email: info@ctcmex.org

Phone: 702.448.4725 (US) (+52-664) 636.1252 (Mex)