Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews 143


Location: P. O. Box 291771 Kerrville TX 78029 USA

Target demographics: the youth and families
Geographic areas served: Mexico and USA
Programs: teachings about God, aid in food, clothes, gifts, and some medical.
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Rating: 5 stars  

This organization has started reaching out to the youth on a larger scale such as youth rallies both in the United States and Mexico. They still reach out to the villages or small towns in Mexico while encouraging the young people. There is another way of life-The one for Jesus Christ. They are finding hope and where most have non. They supply food, clothes, toys to the kids and families for Christmas and many other times. these people are not selfish any way. They are truly dedicated to the work of helping others know Jesus.

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Christian Partners International is the glue Jesus is using to pull together believers from both sides of the Rio Grande to advance the Kingdom of God. They serve about 100 mostly rural, remote, small and poor evangelical congregations near the Sierra Madre Mountains around Galeana south of Monterrey, Mexico.

Their Christ centered, Biblical mission has brought hope and encouragement to thousands Christians over the past twenty years. I recently visited them in Mexico and met many of the wonderful people who are part of the out reach. This is a very worthy cause and a great work in the LORD!

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Many of the Christian with whom I visited had not seen believers from outside their area for a very long time. They were uplifted as was I as we worshiped and visited.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Increase their exposure with more media in the US to ramp up support.

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