Noé was appointed as an International Associate Minister with Campus Ambassadors. He serves at Sonora University in Hermosillo, Mexico where he works with college students. Four years ago, Noé started serving with GR (Generación con Rumbo) where he first began working with students at Sonora University and ultimately led him to working with Campus Ambassadors. Prior to working with college students, Noé led a project called Los Viñedos sharing the Gospel with people from the south of Mexico traveling to work during the grape harvest season. Around 1,000 people heard the Gospel in Spanish and indigenous languages. Later, while in school, he led discipleship sessions with teenagers and adults at rehabilitation centers. He has also spent time serving with a project called "CUT Sonora" to provide meals to those in need. Currently, Noé leads a ministry called Creativo which oversees music, production, sound, and live broadcasts for his church, and most of his volunteers are college students. Their vision is to develop spiritually mature leaders to guide other young people to the truth and Jesus. Their goal is to expand God's kingdom within university campuses in Hermosillo and connect university students to a local church where they can develop within a Christian community and share the Gospel with others. Their focus is on building a strong community where students can express their spiritual and personal concerns about life and ultimately grow closer to the God.
In 2012, Noé went on a mission trip to Canada. It was in Canada that the Lord revealed Himself through scripture giving Noé a wake-up call. Luke 9:23 says: Then he said to them all: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me.” Noé’s decision to follow Jesus was a process of confronting his selfish ways of living and laying down his pride. He’d led a life full of hate and resentment, and he had to leave that behind to pursue sharing the Kingdom with others. That scripture struck his heart and was his guide to change one step at a time, and it continues to transform Noé’s life today. Noé had been interested in missions since he was a teenager and his trip to Canada was a catalyst for more opportunities serving in evangelism ministries. While attending Bible college, he participated in mission trips to Baja California, rural Sonora, and rehab centers. The Lord has shown Noé how he can share His love with others through music and conversation. Today, Noé is sharing the Lord’s love with college students by supporting them in difficult times and engaging in spiritual conversations about Christian life.
Noé was raised in a Christian home and regularly attended a small church. When he was a teenager, he learned piano and joined the worship team. At his current home church of 16 years, Tree of Life, Noé continues to serve with worship ministry. Tree of Life is also where he served on his first mission trip and experienced God’s calling for his life.
In 2016, Noé graduated as a Worship Minister from Selah Beat Music School in Hermosillo. In 2018, he graduated Calvary Chapel Bible College in Ensenada where he studied theology and in 2021, Noé graduated from a theology course called Sunesis in Hermosillo.
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From ancient civilizations to modern cities, colorful traditions advance a vibrant culture
Colorful and joyful fiestas provide a staple of life in Mexico to celebrate everything from patron saints to national holidays to guitar music. Today's traditions blend Spanish influence since the 1500s with the heritage of ancient civilizations that flourished in Mexico for thousands of years prior.
Sunny beaches and turquoise waters of Baja California and Cancún bring thousands of tourists each year. And amid a combination of historic and modern architecture, Mexico City's 20 million residents make it one of the most populated urban centers in the world.
At the heart of every Mexican city lies the zócalo, or central public square, that invites community interaction. In contrast, plastered walls often surround affluent homes to provide protection and symbolize the importance of family in Mexican society.
The country has one of the world’s largest economies, driven significantly by manufacturing, and is the world’s largest producer of silver. But high rates of unemployment and crime make it hard for many households to earn enough income.
Your participation with Missions Door helps to meet strategic and spiritual needs of communities in Mexico through medical teams, leadership training, economic development, church planting and youth ministry.
The acclaimed Mexican painter Diego Rivera created elaborate murals that depict Mexico's history and culture.
Mexico has the second largest population of Catholics in the world, approximately 96 million.
Population: 118 million, 46% ages 0–24
Major Religions: 83% Catholic, 6% Protestant
Languages: 93% Spanish, 6% bilingual in Spanish and indigenous languages
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