“Amen! Blessing and glory and wisdom, Thanksgiving and honor
Dear Partners, Sponsors and Friends:
Let’s begin by saying:
“Amen! Blessing and glory and wisdom,
Thanksgiving and honor and power and might,
Be to our God forever and ever. Amen.”
Revelation 7:12 New King James Version (NKJV)
For He is forever faithful and true and has allowed you to be faithful and true to our ministry: “Give Ye Them to Eat” in
Mexico. Through your presence and gracious giving you extend your love to the needy, transform lives and may you
know you are changing the word while extending God’s kingdom here on earth.
Once again thank you and God bless you!
Your family in Christ,
Carmen, Alejandro, Deborah and “GYTTE” Staff
Your donation have blessed individuals that seek to learn and serve their neighbors and or surrounding impoverished
communities in need through our various programs. Enjoy reading about the activities held August through November
Community and Family Health Program
Health Promoters Group K, successfully completed their final
Advanced Course, graduated September 4th, 2015 and are
serving in their rural communities. Nurse Annette Smart and
co-founder of this
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“GYTTE’s” Puebla Office provided our
facilities for free HIV Testing. This activity was
sponsored by Public Health Services of the
State of Puebla by Dr. Minerva Hernandez.
Our Health Promoters were providing HIV/
AIDS chats to the public in general and or
convincing the public to get tested.
Health Regional Meeting Nov. 24th,
2015 for continued education and supplies to
be provided to our Health Promoters.
Community Development Program
During October our ”Tree of Life” training center received the Post-Graduate
College of Puebla also Governmental Community Development staff of
Chiautla and taught them the eco-friendly and self-sustainable
developmental options that we provide rural communities in need.
August through September our training
center provided employment to local
rural women while our employee Health
Promoter/Artisan Estela Jimenez trained
them how make the Christmas scenes,
our Holiday fundraiser. Special blessings
to those that placed orders!
Nov. 17th, 2015 our staff harvested our “Jamaica Crop”. Our staff took take our
harvest to Tlancualpican’s “Getsemaní” Methodist Church, where locals were
provided the opportunity to manually
process the flower to gain some income for
the Christmas season. God bless every
During September an orientation about
Straw-bale Construction was provided to an
adult school for teachers in Buena Vista de
During August an orientation was provided at Chiautla
about the reproduction of quality breed goats.
AWARE TEAM PROGRAM
AWARE Mission Teams from the United Stated came to Mexico and became Christ’s hands, heart and feet while
working side by side with the local villagers of Tlancualpican. Thank you: Brentwood UMC TN, Reverend’s García that
served as volunteers from Belmont UMC TN, Warrensville UMC PA, Countryside Community UMC PA, Clifford UMC PA,
Baptist Church PA and Reverend Hartman UMC D.S. SWB District PA.
Visit our website to see photos and testimonials of the above mentioned events:
The year is almost over and we have various projects that need funding in order to begin them in January 2016. The
projects and values below are in dollars.
Furrow Irrigation System to water our fields turning
our land into crops to become more self-sustainable
while providing food to villagers at a subsidized
Project cost: $25,000.00
Within our livestock options integrate aquaculture at
our farm at a small scale to make it available to the
locals as a means to improve their diet and as an
option for locals to generate income.
Project cost: $15,300.00
There are impoverished indigenous families in need
of a home: $8,000 per home.
These men, women and families from an
indigenous community in Puebla, Ixtepec need
Remember that whatever amount you gather till Nov. 30 th has the possibility to be matched by
GBGM if the timing is right. Our ministry was blessed last year with some of our donors getting
their amount matched.
Global Ministries will allocate matching funds dollar for dollar up to the first $1 million in gifts to
Advance projects received online on Dec. 1, 2015, between 12:00 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. CT. A
maximum of $2,500 per individual gift to a project will be dispersed as matching funds. A
project may receive a maximum of $25,000 in matching funds.
PROJECT NAME & CODE NUMBER: “GIVE YE THEM TO EAT” - No. 07629A
Love in action transforms lives! When you donate through The Advance on Dec. 1, UMC