Typical Schedule & Activities for a Ten Day Visit:
Day 1: Arrival iand ground transportation to ministry location
Day 2: Prayer, Orientation, and Preparation.
Day 3-8: Ministry.
Day 9: Rest, Sight Seeing and Shopping.
Day 10: Departure.
The Typical Day Schedule:
7:00-8:00 – Wake up, Preparation, Team time (optional)
8:30 – Breakfast.
9:30 – Morning evangelism
1:30 – Lunch.
2:00-4:00 – Free time, preparation for afternoon outreach
4:00 – Afternoon evangelism
8:00 – Dinner.
What to Expect:
Electrical power 24/hours a day
Running water for toilets and showers
Laundry services available.
Shops and stores to purchase souvenirs.
US Dollars can easily be changed into Mexican Pesos. ATM machines are also available for money withdrawals
Close Hospitals and Pharmacies.
One thing to be aware of in Mexico is the drinking water. Tap water is unclean and should not be consumed LFM provides purified drinking water thoughout your stay. (Bottled water is accessible at any corner store).
A passport is now requiered for all travelers to Mexico. Personal identification or Passport will also be required to enter the Juvenile Hall.
Any minors not accompanied by both parents need an affidavit by both legal guardians authorizing them to travel abroad. (We can provide a downloadable pdf file of that form) Click here for more information on the consent form.
Bible and a notebook
Personal first aid, aspirin, bandages, etc.
Camera; video, digital, or film are okay
Clothing Our only request with clothing is that it be somewhat modest and comfortable. Remember it can get hot, humid, and/or rainy. Pack light and don't bring anything you wouldn't want stolen.
Clothing to bring along:
Summer clothing, shorts and tee-shirts
A swimming suit
A sweater or jacket
Sandals and Tennis-shoes
Dress clothes for church services
By law, any minor (under 18 years of age) traveling internationally must have a guardianship form completed if they are traveling without one or both parents. The parent staying home and the parent traveling must complete this form. The traveling parent should be acknowledged as the child's guardian for the duration of the trip. If both parents are not traveling, they must complete this form and designate another adult traveler as the child's legal guardian for the duration of the trip. If one or both parents are deceased, a copy of the death certificate(s) must accompany the guardianship form, along with the evidence of sole custody or legal guardianship. If BOTH parents are traveling with the child, the guardianship form IS NOT necessary! Each form MUST be completed and notarized! The guardian/parent and the child must keep the original completed and notarized copy while traveling. Please do not hesitate to contact our office if you have any questions.