Browsing: Project Mexico

Source: Project Mexico & St. Innocent Orphanage “Therefore, since we have so great a cloud of witnesses surrounding us, let us also lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us…” ~ Hebrews 12:1 Today, we celebrate St Innocent’s Blessed Feast Day. We understand the challenges we face in our two-fold mission of building homes for families in need and providing a home for the boys of St Innocent Orphanage. Our staff is dedicated and driven. But navigating these new uncharted waters in the…

Source: Project Mexico “Hosanna! Blessed is he that comes in the Name of the Lord, the King of Israel!” In advance of the Great and Holy Week, we have begun our Annual Pascha Challenge. Last spring, friends and supporters came together and gave generously in support of our Pascha Feast at St. Innocent Orphanage. Our community was able to celebrate at the Ranch because of their generosity. This Pascha, you can help us provide family, education, and hope for our boys at St. Innocent Orphanage and Project Mexico. There are two ways you can join us this year. During this time of…

Source: Project Mexico & St. Innocent Orphanage The State of Baja California (Mexico) wants to build a new four-lane highway passing directly through the St. Innocent Orthodox Orphanage facility, expropriating at least half of the property by eminent domain.  Not only will this severely limit the outreach of both the orphanage and Project Mexico’s homebuilding ministry, it will destroy a large part of the capital improvements and remove key elements of both programs that have helped to make them so successful. The orphanage and homebuilding operation are based on a 16-acre property developed specifically to meet their unique needs.  The…

Source: Project Mexico   New Executive Director Announcement  November 8, 2013 A Message from Geoffrey Bray, Executive Director   Dear Friends, It is with a profound sense of gratitude that I write you today. In the past five years, you have seen me arrive and enter into the administration of Project Mexico, taking on the leadership position as Executive Director in 2010. As I said then, my motivation was purely to help take care of the place that helped me form into the adult I am today. Being a part of this ministry for the past 14 years has…