Have you seen yourself working among the less privileged? Would you like to take small groups of teens or church members to developing nations to serve the poorest and neediest in the world? This is a great way to let your youth group plug in.
Help break the cycle of physical and spiritual poverty in the Circle of Silence, Central Mexico.
- Volunteer at our English school. Our students love guest teachers from abroad. It allows them to practice their language skills in a real way.
- Become a camp counselor. Twice a year, Vida helps run camps for students. There are songs, crafts, games, and bonfires! This is a great way to have your youth group get plugged in.
- Reach the community through relational evangelism. Drive to different neighborhoods and share the good news. Visit local homes, encourage leaders, and host game nights. Just being there and participating will bless the kids.
- Serve on a special project. Every now and then we have special projects that require a team to help us accomplish it. Bunk beds, brick walls, or playground builds are some examples.
Please reach out to us if you have any questions or would like to come down and visit for yourself. We would love to hear from you and host you!
Travel Opportunities FAQs
Our home is always available year-round. Please contact us for details.
Yes. we partner with Transforming Trips. They have been down several times and can help arrange a visit for you. You can also book directly with us.
Not at this, but we have plans for this in the future.
Yes, you can. Contact us to know our current need and where to send them.
We can comfortably fit groups up to 15 people. We do have space for larger groups as well, but special arrangements need to be made. Please contact us for more details.
The regions we work in are considered safe. We have hosted young children to senior citizens without any issues.
In the house there is WiFi, but in some spots you may experience weak signals.
Yes. We use solar powered boilers, but we also have a gas system for back up.