Homes of Hope
Build Lasting Hope.
YWAM Mazatlan’s leading mercy ministry, Homes of Hope was created in 2006 with the heart to extend a helping hand to needy families, to help them accomplish something that would take 20 years to do on their own. Right now we are focused on 3 communities here in Mazatlan, in order to see a more long-term impact rather than building all over the entire city. Our vision is to come alongside and serve the local church already working in the community to ensure that the physical and spiritual needs of the people are met. We desire to not only build these families a home. We desire to bring families to Christ to transform hearts and mentalities by showing them his love in a tangible way.
Throughout the years, by hosting short term teams, YWAM Mazatlan coordinates the construction of these homes. Building with Homes of Hope
Together, we can bring hope,
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Arrive, leave an impact, and be impacted.
This is where it all begins.
Fill out our inquiry form below, and we can start the process of walking with you, to build a home for a family in need.
After Hope, After the Home (Video)
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