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HOH was launched in order to provide adequate housing for local families in need. The vision is not only to build a home for a family in need, but to also lay a foundation in their lives for God to further build upon. By working with local churches in these poor communities, YWAM Mazatlan is able to ensure that the physical and spiritual needs of the people are met.
One of our ministries focused on eradicating Bible poverty in the country, meaning seeing every person have access to the word of God. To do this, we implement distribution programs that allow us to put a Bible in every home in collaboration with volunteers from other organizations, families, churches, etc. – both nationals and foreigners.
Said to be the third largest Mardi Gras in the world, thousands of people bombard the city each year ready to party with the masses. As one of YWAM Mazatlan’s mission trips, this outreach has a mandate to ‘transform Mazatlan one party at a time’. We invite teams from around the world, as well as the local church to partner with us as we plunge head first into the 6 day festival.
YWAM Ships Mazatlan exists to bring hope to the most isolated and least reached communities on the islands and coastlands of Mexico and the Pacific Rim. We believe that God has called us to the all and the every, and we want to use ships as a way to access the far-off and hard-to-reach places with the gospel.
Started in March of 2015 by a small group of YWAM staff, the brigades are a response to a vulnerable community’s request for better and more accessible healthcare. The aim of the brigades is to provide access to basic primary health care as well as preventative services to the most marginalized communities in Mazatlan.