Mexico is home to a rich and diverse cultural heritage including different customs, languages, music styles, foods, and clothing. At the same time, people in Mexico are tired of the social, political, and economic battles, and are crying, looking for a better way of life.
For more than 50 years, CRWM missionaries have been able to fellowship with sister churches in Mexico and join them in meeting challenges within their churches and nation. Today missionaries focus on developing leaders in seminaries and through more informal training. We work predominantly in three areas: in two cities along the U.S.-Mexico border, in three cities in the central highlands, and in southeastern Mexico.
Our focus is equipping our national partners for greater capacity in ministry in three areas: church planting and development, leadership training and development, and transformational ministries.