David and Karen Caldwell have been living within the Loma Caliente community for seven years, sharing in the struggles and joys of the farming community that rests in the valley of the Umecuaro mountains. They’ve watched toddlers grow up to be kids who come to the free day camp Los Domos hosts each summer and have prayed along side many of them.
God continues to answer Karen’s prayer that she would be able to reach out to her neighbors and teach them more about God. At the request of her neighbor, Maricela, Karen will be starting daily English classes for the young people of Loma Caliente.
The class of 13 Loma Caliente neighbors ages 12 to 22 are meeting at Los Domos to learn English pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. Their goal is to confidently meet the deadline of Mexican government run exams in less than three months.
It is a requirement in Mexico that students learn English and pass a standardized test before they may move on to the next level of education. This applies all the way through college, where students do not earn their degree without passing the English requirements.
Can you help these kids learn a foreign language this summer?
Camps International is looking for individuals who would be willing to give their summer to teach English to the impoverished children of Mexico. This open door is a great opportunity to spread the gospel, disciple, and grow the Kingdom of God.
The Harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Therefore, ask the Lord of the Harvest to send out laborers into his Harvest. – Luke 10:2
The door is open to be able to teach English each day after school from 6 to 7 pm, as well as teaching English during camp at Los Domos throughout the summer.
Contact us for more information about this opportunity.