En la frontera entre Texas y México, los misioneros del River Ministry de los Bautistas de Texas trabajan duro para compartir el amor de Dios a los inmigrantes, refugiados y personas de la comunidad que viven en ambos lados de la frontera.
Along the Texas-Mexico border, Texas Baptists River Ministry missionaries work hard to share God’s love with the immigrants, refugees and locals who live on both sides of the border.
Kirkwood and Stewart wanted to find a mission opportunity that would lead to a long-term relationship for the church to maximize the impact they could have in that area.
“We know the Lord Jesus and how he spent his time helping people. We want to do the same for others.”
Pastor Alvaro Corrales will gladly give anyone who asks a tour of Primera Iglesia Bautista of Alamo.
Over the last month, Texas Baptists River Ministry missionaries who serve in McAllen, Laredo and El Paso have seen a significant decrease in the number of immigrants crossing into Texas.
Texas Baptists River Ministry missionaries are currently at work in El Paso/Juarez, Del Rio/Ciudad Acuña, Laredo/Nuevo Laredo and the Rio Grande Valley, partnering with local churches and organizations and meeting the needs of immigrants, deportees, refugees and asylum seekers.
The Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission hosted an Operation Border Blessing luncheon on Thurs., May 23, in Mission, Texas, for evangelical leaders and several government officials to discuss critical needs and responses to the border crisis.
More than 100 people joined together in Matamoros on November 17 to discuss the importance of ministry along the Texas/Mexico border at a Border Summit co-hosted by Texas Baptists and the Seminario Teológico Bautista Cosme G. Montemayor.
Texas Baptists are involved in ongoing ministry along the border between Texas and Mexico through River Ministry missionaries. On Nov. 17, Texas Baptists will join with Mexican Baptists for a Border Summit symposium in Matamoros to discuss ways to respond to the needs along the border.