Christian Charters provides transportation, accommodations, and food for the duration of the short term outreach. All of our sites provide sleeping bunks, showers, and purified drinking water. For more information on short term outreaches contact us.
Sinaloa is home to one of the largest agricultural regions in the world with over 6 million acres of corn harvested annually. It is estimated that there are up to 250,000 migrant workers deployed in this region hailing from southern Mexico and Central America. Many of these people are poor, uneducated, and unchurched. Our mission is to evangelize, disciple, and send them back to their home lands to advance the gospel of Jesus Christ. We currently have a mission base and permanent staff onsite. We are looking for short term missionaries to come alongside our resident missionaries to evangelize in the migrant camps. We have a vision for a chicken flipper trailer to feed the masses and an airplane to transport doctors and dentists to the mission field.
We are in partnership with Vision Pacto Familiar in the 5 and 10 district in central Tijuana. This church ministers to their community and supports a satellite home church. At the home church dozens of children are fed both hot meals and spiritual food every Saturday morning. Our vision is to expand this outreach and reach the lost in the neighborhoods and the business district. We are believing for much needed resources of Bibles, food, and supplies for the children’s church.
This is the newest mission field for Christian Charters and represents the greatest challenge for access as it is located deep in southern Mexico. Our mission is to partner with local pastors to evangelize in the surrounding mountains and minister to some of the same peoples who often travel to Culiacan for work. We are in need of an airplane and pilots to transport teams of evangelists into this mission field. This frontier will help us establish a foothold in southern Mexico and Central America.