Immigrants Accepting the Gospel at the Bus Stop

Reaching Immigrants at the bus stop

In recent weeks, we have seen hundreds of immigrants at the northern bus station. There are people from Venezuela, Honduras and Guatemala. On their journey, they shared with us the tiredness, the violence, and the injustices they experienced because of their immigrant status. They also share with us the dreams they have of reaching a place with better conditions for their family. 

In our approach with them, we shared the Word of God, a brochure with some risks which they could have along the way, addresses of some shelters in the north of the country, as well as material to take care of human trafficking. 

Every time we approach immigrants, their need for God and to be preached to them is tangible. Almost no immigrant rejects the Word of God. They even ask you to pray for them. 

National Missionary, Mexico