Five trucks and a bus

Sixty people came to serve the people of a Southern Tepehuan village.

Five trucks and a 40 passenger bus pulled into a remote Southern Tepehuan village in Mexico.

The vehicles were bringing medical supplies, equipment and food to the village along with 60 people.

The “Amigos sin fronteras” (Friends without borders) came from all over Mexico as well as Germany to serve the people.

Six dentists and their assistants, a pediatrician, a gynecologist and several other doctors held a clinic to treat patients. Several pastors came to share the gospel with those who could understand Spanish. They also brought several cooks to provide meals for the team.

The team met in a huge unused building each morning for devotions and a time of singing praises to God.

The most popular lady on the team worked from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day. Her job—giving free haircuts and dye jobs. Some wanted their gray covered and the young people wanted blonde streaks.

For three full days the team did everything they could to serve the people of the Southern Tepehuan village.

Pray for “Friends without borders” as they minister around the world, meeting needs for the sake of the gospel.