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June 1, 2024

University Missionary Mobilization

This year I have the privilege of celebrating my first 7 years serving in campus ministry, and the most incredible thing has been knowing and seeing God in everything, especially seeing Him work in each student’s life through transformation in the Word and their relationship with God. God’s grace and faithfulness have guided me by giving me all that I needed for His mission. It has been a challenging year, but this year, in particular, has been a year of seeing the fruits of our team’s growth.

We are convinced that the biblical worldview and principles of university leaders will not only transform the lives of each student we minister to but also bear fruit in the transformation of our country and the world because university students are the next leaders in social spheres. Providing the tools for university students to discover their role in God’s mission has been a challenge that we are executing together.

As I report on the progress, this verse comes to mind: God reminds me that growth in every way belongs to Him, and this makes me thankful for what is happening.

Currently, we are establishing two campus ministries within the churches. Through our partnerships with the churches, we are paving the way to start two cells in the university faculties through evangelism and special activities that we are doing.

Discipleship is our primary focus, which is why we started a new discipleship group in April.

Aside from that, we are conducting youth missionary mobilizations in support of church planting in Merida, Venezuela.

And finally, our university cell group is growing spiritually every day among the students in attendance.

So, as a ministry, we are modeling and facilitating the tools for new campus ministries in the churches of Merida, Venezuela. We are opening discipleship groups with the new believers reached in the university cell groups, and in and through the church. We are training our leaders in mission through the mission mobilizations for the church plants, focusing on the youth and the upcoming campus ministries in these communities.

Isaiah 60:22

The little one shall become a thousand, and the small one a strong nation; I, Jehovah, will hasten it in its time.


  • Our Latino Mobilizer Daniel Esposito Daniel took over as national director of Operation Mobilization (OM) Argentina, a missionary agency that aims to plant churches among the world’s least-reached people groups. 
  • Alvara and her husband continue to lead the church in Peralvillo, Monte Plata Province, Dominican Republic. They are raising funds for a trip to Equatorial Guinea, where they will be giving ILI and SM Leadership Institute training. Also, they have scheduled the trip for June 24. Her husband, on the other hand, will be on a mission trip to Peru with another team in November.


  • Both in the educational work with primary and secondary students, our leader Edgar  Castellanos works ad honorem without receiving any salary or remuneration, but it does involve expenses that he provides to the students in terms of printing their textbooks, as well as printer ink and electric power, and also being able to mobilize myself in the area of Chiquimula since he has only a motorcycle in poor condition.
  • Our Latino Mobilizer, Dixie Leiva, prays for economic provision to continue doing missionary work and for the purchase of her medicines. May God strengthen her health.


  • Constant Need: We need to raise $6,000 a month for the operations of our ministry.  Help us pray and connect us to churches, individuals, organizations, and businesses that would provide some financial support for this need.
  • Backpacks for Mexico:  We are doing another project to bring hope to children in Mexico this summer.  We need 200 backpacks and school supplies for them.

Thanks for your faithful support and prayers for us. On a journey together to transform communities with the Gospel of Jesus, one life at a time.



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