“99 Plus 1” with John and Bonnie Gilbert
99+1 Ministries is a 501(c) (3) non-profit Christian organization dedicated to preparing God’s workers to share the Gospel more effectively. Our vision is to prepare Mexican Christian workers so that the gospel can be effectively presented, and Christians can be discipled. This is done through short-term mission teams working with local churches in conducting social outreach events, evangelism, Christian education and training, and construction projects.
Mexican Medical Ministries with Craig and Kristi Libby
Mexican Medical Ministries is an interdenominational non-profit organization, founded in 1963, dedicated to providing low or no-cost health care to the people of Mexico in the name of Jesus Christ. We work with ministry sites, clinics, and sister hospitals located primarily in Baja California, Mexico. Our ministries include meeting the medical and spiritual needs of those with limited access to health care in developing communities, migrant camps, and isolated ranches. Our outreaches include community health education; health screenings; dental, medical, and vision consultations; and surgical teams. We work alongside local churches in helping them to fulfill their ministry vision. Our goal is to share the Gospel with everyone who comes to see us for medical assistance. We have short- and long-term mission opportunities for medical as well as non-medical volunteers. We believe part of the “Great Commission” is bringing healing and hope through medicine and the Good News of salvation through Jesus Christ. We consider it our call to assist others in ministering to the people of Mexico.
Owned and operated by the Advent Christian Churches of Southern California, Camp Maranatha is a beautiful, secluded, 26-acre retreat center located a mile-high in the San Jacinto mountains with a camp history that goes back to 1951. Enjoy a quiet escape above smog, heat, and worldly cares. As the stars at night seem almost within reach, Christ seems closer than ever. During your stay the hours of worship, study, fellowship, and recreation breeze by all while drawing you closer to a relationship with our mighty Creator. The well-kept grounds are covered with pine, cedar, and oak trees which become your canopy for the duration of your camp stay. On occasion you may even catch a glimpse of a deer or raccoon roaming by.