Wickenburg missionaries go to Mexico

A small contingent of Wickenburg people left at 7 a.m. Sunday morning to travel to Ensenada, Mexico. They will be there until Friday lending helping hands at Rancho Agua Viva. Agua Viva Ministries is an organization dedicated to seeing the country of Mexico transformed by the love of Jesus. This is done through short-term missions, ministry training for Mexican nationals, a campground and active involvement in long-term missions throughout the country. The First Presbyterian Church has been collecting jars of peanut butter and jelly for weeks to send down with the missionaries to be used at Bible School. The missionaries from Wickenburg include Pastor Jonathan Evans (from left), Deb Berner, Linda Darby, Ed Taylor, Matthew DeShazo, Jessica DeShazo, Joseph and Maureen Rigo, Hilary Coleman, Debbie Wright and Brian DeShazo. For more information or for questions call (340) 277-4652.

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