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24 Mar

10 Ways to Know You Have the Heart of a Missionary

I've had many different experiences throughout the length of my life. This has been and continues to be the most incredible one to date. I am writing you through what I have lived and what I continue to experience:

24 Feb

Carnaval Outreach Kicks Off Giving 3,600 Bibles In Two Days

As YWAM international we have set ourselves the goal to end bible poverty; getting a Bible in every home on the planet. We as YWAM Mazatlan have started distributing to all of the homes of our city. As base, including other volunteers from our current Carnaval Outreach, we distributed 3,656 bibles in just 2 days! This brings our grand total to 22,214 Bibles given to homes and families here in Mazatlan

12 Feb

YWAM Ships Mazatlan Welcomes the M/V Amazing Grace [Photos + Video]

 

The M/V Amazing Grace has finally made it to its new home in Mazatlan! Today, Sunday February 12, 2017 the M/V Amazing Grace pulled into port at Marina Mazatlan after a two week voyage that started at Bethel Island, California. 

06 Feb

The Best Way to Start Off Your Week (Worship in B/W)

 
What a privilege it is to be able to start off our week in worship!
 
31 Jan

YWAM DTS Outreach... What on Earth Does it Even Look Like?!  [Photos]

1. Backpack around to far away places 

 

Mexico City, Mexico

25 Jan

When worship becomes so much more than just singing songs - YWAM Mazatlan

 
"During the first worship time on my YWAM DTS I felt at home."

One of my favorite times in YWAM Mazatlan is the time of worship. I love spending quality time in the presence of God.
24 Nov

3 Obstacles you´ll face before coming and doing your DTS

When you decide to take a leap of faith and follow God, we are sure you´ll face obstacles . Based on the stories of the many people that come and do their discipleship training school, here are 3 of the most common obstacles:

12 Oct

"I can't do it." - The lie that could ruin everything.

When I was 4, my dad was training a group of young men teaching them rappelling techniques (vertical descent). When I saw what they were doing, I asked my dad if I could do it as well and he said, "Yes." He explained to me how the system worked and I practiced in a flat area. Then he took me to the place we were going to descend from; it was only a 17 ft drop, but for a 4 year old kid, it felt like the top of the highest mountain! As soon as I stood on the edge, I was overcome by fear and I froze, "Is the rope strong enough? What if the harness breaks? What if I do something wrong and fall?" My mind was filled with all these questions. I started to cry and told my dad, "I can't, I can't do it." My dad fixed his eyes on mine and said, "If you believe you can't do it, you are right, the same way you'll be right if you believe you can. You can do it, I'm here, I'm holding you." His words and conviction filled me with courage and confidence, the fear diminished, and I took the first step into the void believing I could do it. With every step I took I was less afraid; I didn't just believe, I knew I could do it. 

16 Sep

3 Reasons Why You Should Support a Missionary

How can you be a person of impact from your home? Supporting and partnering with a missionary is the perfect way. There’s always a need for missionaries around the world. But why should you invest your time and resources to support a missionary?

01 Sep

When I Wonder Why On Earth I Am Still In YWAM

I could be.

The "I could be's" are one of the enemy’s biggest assaults on YWAMers, I think. If he can get us thinking with I could be, then he’s luring us in.

I could be finished college by now.

I could have my own car.

I could be paying my own phone bill and rent and groceries, instead of having other people pay it for me.