Archive for Diseño Gráfico
Servicios de diseño gráfico y comunicación y especializados en el sector salud.
Diseño de eflyer para asociaciones civiles y religiosas. Tijuana. Centro Shalom.
Some people are addicted to the approval from everyone else, others to pessimism and still others to narcotics. Felicidad is a 42 years old single mother. She was abandoned by her parents when she was five. Since then she has become addicted to drugs. During the last two decades, her terrible dependency drove her to the pit of loneliness and prostitution. Someone invited Felicidad to our Humanitarian Center so she could get her training in our Sewing Class. The teachers read her the story about “The Good Shepard”. Each Bible verse caressed her hurting heart and her life was transformed for Jesus. Our local team of volunteers visited Felicidad’s home that was built on the side of a mountain with walls made up of Cardboard boxes and plastic, a dirt floor and without doors or windows. Thanks to the generosity of a sponsor, we built a small house for Felicidad and her ten year old daughter Natalia. Felicidad is today a strong believer with a goal without barriers for Christ and is dedicated, to look to rescue people that are slaves to a life torn apart by the addiction to drugs. In time of affliction, we have two options, to look towards the ground paralyzed because of the fear or to lift up our eyes and gaze into the face of the Good Sheppard and permit Him to heal our wounds.
The mission of this ministry is to rescue people who are destroying their lives. We talk to them about the love of God and we give them tools so that they can recuperate their dignity and be able to escape the desperation of extreme poverty.
AND YOU, WHAT’S YOUR NAME?
For some people, hearing their names is electrifying. For others, it is almost musical, and for many others, it’s a pleasant courtesy. Everyone likes to be called by their proper names.
In his hometown, the majority of the people called Zacchaeus: head tax collector. The Romans referred to him by a number because he was but a piece in the tax collection administrative structure. The Zealots of Israel called him a traitor as he had sold out to the enemy. But Jesus, looking up into the tree, forever impacted Zacchaeus’ life by calling him by his proper name. Jesus knows us perfectly. He knows our need and always calls us by name. The way we respond to Him determines our purpose here on Earth.
In Mexico, April is the month to celebrate children, and May is for mothers. Volunteers at the ministry made a long list of the full, exact names of the 800 underprivileged children and 450 poor women from five extremely poor neighborhoods. Thanks to the Samaritan love of missionary teams from California and Washington State, in four marvelous meetings all of them received the message of salvation, a delicious dinner, and presents. The lines of the children and poor women in front of our humanitarian center were huge. The children were jumping for joy and the women were smiling excitedly when they heard their own name over the megaphone.
It could be any place, day or night, when Jesus pauses and looks at you right in the eye and calls you by your name. Respond immediately, and you will be blessed. Please don’t forget this ministry.
We need your prayers and Christian love.