Stepping Out

Our mission remains to rescue "the least of these", and follow the Great Commission to make disciples of Christ unto the ends of the earth.

Learn how we are serving the surrounding communities

As we see the urgent need for reaching the Ngiwa people in the mountains of northern Puebla, it is our mission to establish a permanent base in the heart of the community. Through ongoing outreach, we will be able to help meet crucial needs by providing food, clothing, and medical aid as well as sharing the gospel with the families of San Martín Esperilla.

San Martín Esperilla
Your valuable participation in this mission is making a real change in the lives of many.

We are currently in PHASE TWO of our plan to build an Outreach building in this impoverished community. Thanks to generous donors, we have raised funds to purchase land and are currently raising funds to build an Outreach building.

Community Sponsorship

Would you like to begin sponsoring a child from this community? Click here to be directed to the community child sponsorship page.

Oaxaca, Mexico

The churches supported by Living Hope in remote villages of Oaxaca, Mexico are the fruit of Jerry and Susy McNally’s church planting in the 80s. Still growing today, these churches and their pastors are a shining light in their communities, preaching the gospel of Jesus and discipling believers in their walk with God.

As a ministry, we are committed to continue serving each of the missions in Oaxaca, and any new areas God leads us to reach. The churches in these remote villages are experiencing growth and there is great enthusiasm among the leaders there to continue seeing more people come to know Jesus and follow Him. Nations Church has plans to send short term mission teams in coming months and weeks to each of these villages. Mission trips help strengthen our bonds with the pastors and leaders there, help accomplish important work projects, and reach out to the communities with events and campaigns to share the gospel and invite the neighbors to attend the local churches. Please keep these missions and the hardworking pastors in your prayers.