Tijuana Migrant Crisis Response

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Tijuana Migrant Crisis Response

Oct 13, 2022
Bethel Global Response

In response to an invitation to provide assistance to our nation's southern border, Bethel Global Response has plugged into a migrant base that God is using to bless the nations and equip believers for His name.

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MEALS
SERVED

1.4 Million

PEOPLE
SERVED

5,000+

October 13, 2022 Update

Tijuana Initiative Update

It is our blessing and privilege to announce this program has been extended for an additional year! In spring of 2021, the spiritual attention of the house was turned towards serving the State of California by lending our strength to the migrant crisis knocking on our southern border. Jesus highlighted a man of God who opened his church doors to families six years ago and now houses a maximum of 1,300 migrants in his buildings every day totaling over 5,000 individuals annually.

Potable water and financial provision for food were leveraged through our partners for 12 months of assistance resulting in a new fresh water system and provision for 1,423,500 hot cooked meals. Hand of Hope (the philanthropic arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries), YWAM, Water Mission and Mercy Chefs have all contributed to making this abundant blessing possible.

Monthly teams of ministry students from Bethel's Supernatural School of Ministry have gone down seeing salvations, physical healings, relief from trauma, and joy. These trips will also continue for the 2nd year, with the intention of creating a more regular, structured, healing rooms approach taking advantage of the momentum of faith the Holy Spirit is building!

October 14, 2021 Update

Tijuana Migrant Crisis Response

In response to an invitation to provide assistance to our nation's southern border, Bethel Global Response has plugged into a migrant base that God is using to bless the nations and equip believers for His name.

Run by Pastor Gustavo, Ambassadors of Jesus is a church that is currently housing anywhere from 1,000 to 1,500 migrants on any given day. Knowledgeable regarding the legal process for asylum seekers in the United States, Pastor Gustavo feels a calling to feed migrants the word of God while giving them a safe place of refuge until they are processed into the United States or are sent back to their home nations, including places like Equador, Honduras, Columbia, Guatemala and Haiti. These individuals have often experienced great trauma and loss in their ongoing struggle to find a safe place to live.

Bethel Global Response has come alongside Gustavo, inviting Hand of Hope, Water Mission, Mercy Chefs, and YWAM to join this initiative. Together, we have equipped the center with potable water and regular food supply, relieving the burden of Gustavo in the care of these people with nothing. Monthly teams of Bethel's School of Supernatural Ministry students join BGR south of the border to minister in healings, salvations, and the love of the Father.


About Bethel Global Response

Bethel Global Response oversees a team of over 1,000 people who are trained to respond to disasters. While carrying the atmosphere of heaven, we tangibly display the love of Jesus by meeting physical needs through ash outs, relief and recovery training, food distribution, and more. We meet people in moments of crisis with hope and love. Through these divine opportunities, we see life restored and people beginning to dream again.

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