Latin America & Caribbean
ACTION missionaries in México are involved in evangelism, discipleship and development, working with children at risk and special needs children, helping the homeless, and holding evangelistic camps for children, youth and couples.
Carmen Salacsacan teaches children who are four to six years old and does discipleship, tutoring and ministry to children at risk. She also seeks to minister to the families of the children with whom she works.
Gamaliel & Ligia Canul have an international and interdenominational ministry. They work with several churches on the Yucatán Peninsula, including some in the Mayan areas where Spanish is not spoken. Their ministries include evangelism, discipleship, and marriage seminars. The majority of their efforts, however, are focused on evangelistic and discipleship camps for children, adolescents, and couples.
México is in need of the following missionaries: community development workers, a director, an executive assistant, healthcare workers, street children workers, urban missionaries, and vocational teachers.
Urban and rural poor, and national pastors