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Introducing Nations School

Nations Church is Expanding

Success Through a Wide-Angle Lens

LHI From Then 'Til Now

Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation: Part 1

Missionary Spotlight: Ely Blanquet

Filling Voids

“It Stirs My Heart…”

From Shovels and Dirt to Ribbons and Cheers

Somewhere To Turn

Missionary Spotlight: Ramón and Dulce Garzón

One God,
Many Ways to Serve

The Littered Path to Our Doorstep

Missionary Spotlight: David and Sandra Acosta

La Viña Ministry Training Center/Fruit of the Vine

Nations Church: Reaching Beyond Our Walls


Letters to My Sponsor

Our World is Shrinking

Missionary Spotlight: Jenny Azuara

Beneath the Surface

Play a Personal Part in Hope and Healing

Reaching New Nations

Marginal Difference

The Story Behind Our Look

Important Projects

20 Years of Living Hope

Q&A With Kids: Malu


Braulio: A Life and Heart Restored

An Open Window: The Huerta Family

From Neglected to Protected

Graciela: Grace of God

Their First Noel

Q&A With Kids: Erika

Q&A With Kids: Ada

A Perfect Match

Hope for Josue

Their Journey Together

Running: Miguel's Transformation

The Story of Luz

Gerardo's Journey


Goats Floats

School Drive

Leastest Outreach

Sweet Dreams


Fruit of the VineHere’s a glimpse of what a few former La Viña students are doing now:Lalo and Cynthia RomanServing in full-time youth ministry in Guerrero, a state in Mexico known for its political unrest and corruption.Martin and Cinthia CoronaMissionaries in Russia/Finland for more than 5 years.Molly QuinteroOriginally from Wisconsin, serves alongside her husband, Hugo, in a 24/7 prayer ministry in Mexico City.Keti LipkeMissionary, working with rescued children and youth at Esperanza Viva Youth Home in Puebla since 2013.and many more…More than 70 La Viña graduates are now serving in full-time Christian ministry.La Viña Ministry Training Center

Upon arrival to the Living Hope Community in Puebla, La Viña students are welcomed by a time of inspiring worship and are immediately immersed into a jam-packed, strategically planned, 18-week program designed to equip, train and mobilize students to love and serve the lost and hurting with the Gospel. Throughout the course, students are challenged to deepen their dependence on God and turn their longing to serve into a tangible passion, with a personal mission deep-rooted in their calling and relationship with Jesus.

 With each outreach challenge and every guest speaker, the hearts of young people are being transformed and renewed. Working together with believers of different backgrounds births in them a knowledge of the importance of the body of Christ. Their eyes are opened to the impact that faith in action can have in their surroundings, in their country and in the world.

You see, La Viña plays a crucial role for the ministry of Living Hope. Each semester some of the students determine that THIS is where they desire to continue growing. They become interns, teachers, supervisors, gardeners and cooks! They come on board and work alongside a team of experienced missionaries while they continue to grow.

La Viña, as a ministry, impacts each student deeply but furthermore serves as an invaluable training ground for the young leaders of tomorrow, needed to carry the vision of Living Hope to the next generation in Mexico and around the world.

Read more about La Viña.

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