Video: Mexico: ‘A New Day’

As the capital of Mexico (and one of the largest cities in the world), Mexico City is known for its rich culture and delicious food — but it’s also known for its political corruption and crime. The needs may seem overwhelming, but there are signs of God’s light penetrating the darkness. Through healthy churches, partnerships, leadership development, and holistic ministry, ReachGlobal is doing its part to promote spiritual transformation in Mexico City.

We believe we are witnessing the dawning of a new day in Mexico City — light breaking into the darkness. How will you help transform this mega city?

Having trouble viewing the video? See it on YouTube or Vimeo.

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“A New Day” is part of the Moving Latin America Pictures project. It is the fourth of five videos produced by a short-term mission team of videographers to capture the essence of the ministry and the needs on the field. Please stay tuned as we post one final video next week.

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CONNECT

mexico@efca.org

SERVE

Bring a short-term team to Mexico City. Or contact us about serving long-term as part of the Mexico City Team.

PRAY
  • For the millions of people in Mexico City who do not know Jesus Christ — that God’s light would reach to the darkest corners of the city and transform the lives of the people.
  • That God would raise up workers for the harvest in Mexico. Pray to see how He might be calling you.
GIVE

Make an online donation to the ministry in Mexico City.

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