October | Octubre


The first weekend of October we took a step of Faith to start a new service time at Horizonte Ensenada.

Now we are having 3 service times: 9 am (Bilingual) 11 am & 1 pm (Spanish)

We were surprise to see the amount of people stay the same in the first 2 normal services and around 200 persons arrive to the 3rd and new one.



Tiffany: i am still giving classes to the Kemps kids. I had to take a couple of weeks off due to a strong stomach virus going around at the ywam base where i teach. Also on of my students, Micah, caught it, so we took a week off school to heal.

It’s crazy to see the kids growing in their studies.  Things as simple as writing our b’s and d’s the correct way to comprehension skills skyrocketing. Keep these kids in your prayers as they transition to a new teacher during my maternity leave.



Josue: We have had the vision of having a great Kids ministry at church.  A place where the kids want to come and stay and learn the bible while having a great time.  We have invested a lot of time and money to create this enviroment, and thanks God we made it! We have a great kid friendly area with games, music, and toys. We also have a new worship team that lead worship every sunday for all of the 3 services. Kids are the future and we want to raise kids in Gods word.

“Direct your children onto the right path, and when they are older, they will not leave it.” Proverbs 22:6



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Hey Everybody! God has been good and provided for all our needs this month, and for that we are truly thankful!

Josue: Because we are pregnant, we are trying to rush my paperwork, in order to deliver the baby in the United States.   It’s been a flurry of collecting all the paperwork needed in order to send it off to the visa center, and then wait for our appointment at the consolet. Earlier this monthI had to return to my birth City “Culiacán Sinaloa” in order to collect the last pieces of paperwork.

Culiacan: Is a gorgeous, huge city, with 11 rivers, and sadly famous for all the drugs cartels.  All the big Drug lords started in Culiacan… and now, the city is really rich (for that reason) but it desperatly needs Jesus!

Pastor Hugo and Brenda start Calvary Chapel Culiacan less than a year ago. They are doing amazing work and being a great blessing to the city.  They also opened their home to me so I didn’t have to pay for a hotel and gave me their car so I could get around to the different government office buildings.  Tiffany and I are both so thankful for their generous hospitality.

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Traveling April


From March 31 to April 4 I was invited by church and together with Jonny Wright, Jonathan Sanchez and Jonathan Domingo to the anual conference Un Corazon (one Heart) in Cd Juarez Chuhuahua.

It Was an amazing time! we stayed at the house of Carlos Contretas, the pastor of Gracia Soberana Church. They were great hostings and care for us like sons.

The conference was amazing, we was really touch by the worship, and the preaches, specially by one by Chris Mendez the Pastor of Hillsong Buenos Aires (Argentina).


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Culiacan with {love}

It’s always been kinda a secret dream of mine, to pick-up and leave on a road trip with no planning ahead of time at all.  Like you’re in the middle of everyday life and BOOM, you’re bouncing down the road at fife o’clock Thursday evening, with your manly, your mama mexicana, your sister in-law, a whole trunk of luggage, and one thousand, 10 miles ahead of you.  kinda like we did twelve days ago.


We drove through the night– and prayed that our nineteen-99 sunfire would carry us over the huge sierra mountain range and onto our destination, Sinaloa, Culiacan.


We stopped and slept in the middle of the desert from two in the morning till five– woke up to this beautiful scene.


We made it at nine o’clock friday night with time for baby cousin cuddling. {obviously i wasn’t looking at manly’s attempted selfie}

babymejosSince Manly was born in Culiacan, he was able to show me all his old haunts.

Like the market that he frequented as a child.


And the basketball courts where he spent most of his lazy summer days.


The church he was baptised in as a baby.


And of course the zoo– because you’re never to old to go to the zoo.


The parks in all their green, foliage, beauty — with rivers, trees, AND GRASS.


And of course i can’t forget the people–  manly’s family and friends are wonderful.  my heart is full.


// tiff //