Discipling Others: Mark and Serena Dunbar in Mexico

Theological education in Mexico

Theological education in Mexico

What is missions all about? That’s the question Mark and Serena Dunbar answered in their latest prayer letter. Simply stated, they say missions is all about “discipling others.” One of their favorite verses is 2 Timothy 2:2, “What you have heard from me through many witnesses entrust to faithful people who will be able to teach others as well.” And that has been their ministry focus while serving in Mexico.

As they reach people spiritually, physically, and socially, they are also meeting people’s educational needs. The classes they started on community development have led to community marriage classes while the theological education group in Saltillo has grown from three students to seven. A new class of 10 students is also being started in Monterrey.

“If you could see the difference [theological education] has made in the lives of the students, you would be amazed,” Mark and Serena shared. “The pastor of several of the students was sharing last week how it has transformed the students’ lives in how they testify to others and in their ministries.”

These changes have inspired three students from a church in Matehuala to attend classes, but they need scholarships. Would you or someone you know be willing to help further the theological education of people in Mexico?

GIVE: Approximately $25 per month will help pay for a student’s theological education. This covers the cost of books, travel for the teacher, and the student’s lunch. Make checks payable to World Gospel Mission and write Mexico TEE Scholarship Fund on the memo line. Send check donations to:

World Gospel Mission
P.O. Box 948
Marion, IN 46952-0948

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