MISSION:  Our mission is to share the Good News of Jesus Christ in rural, isolated regions of Sinaloa, Mexico where many have never heard the Bible’s Gospel message.  


VISION:  Our vision is to equip followers of Jesus to be His ambassadors throughout all of Mexico.



Living Giving Ministry started working in the state of Sonora in 1987 with the goal of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelism, assisting with church plants and orphanages as well as coordinating food and medical outreach programs.



In 2016, Brian asked God to send him to where people had not heard about the saving grace of Jesus Christ. God faithfully answered and sent Brian to discover remote areas in the state of Sinaloa.  On one of his first trips, Brian was advised by a local pastor that it was not safe to go beyond the train tracks.  Brian decided that “beyond the tracks” was exactly where he needed to go because that is where he would find isolated communities that had never heard the good news of Jesus Christ.  In the following years, many responded in faith as Brian presented the Gospel message of God’s offer of hope, grace, and life in Jesus.



As doors to more areas opened, the workload was more than Brian could manage alone and he prayed that God would somehow bring John back to Mexico.  Brian was not aware that God had also been nudging John to return to missions until he received a phone call from John asking to meet for lunch.  


A fast forward to the present brings us to Brian and John working side by side again, sharing the Good News of Jesus in new areas “beyond the tracks,” and training younger men in the process.  Their strong friendship and hearts bonded together for God’s purpose and glory make them the perfect team.  


Brian and John also continue to work in the state of Sonora, but with a different focus now.  In addition to encouraging believers in various ways, they are coming alongside younger men with a heart to be missionaries in their own country.  In short, Brian and John invite these men to the state of Sinaloa to help with the work there and learn about missions in off-the-beaten-path locations, with the vision to see them one day become ambassadors for Jesus throughout remote areas in all of Mexico.

   How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? 15 And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”  Romans 10: 14-15