Noé González

Missionary Profile

Ministry Focus

"Los Viñedos" (2012 - 2015).- Noé was the leader of a Ministry focused on evangelism with people who come from southern Mexico to harvest the grapes, having up to almost a thousand people listening to the good news of Christ in Spanish and in other languages. natives.

"Rehabilitation Centers" (2016-2017).- He had the opportunity to serve young people and adults who were in addiction rehabilitation and to have Bible studies with them.

"Creative" (2019 - 2022).- He was appointed as a ministry leader, in charge of directing the praise time, the sound and projection area, training and training young people, discipling and developing their artistic and technological skills.

“CUT Sonora” (2020-2021).- It was part of a civil association that is in charge of feeding people on the streets and through a plate of food to show the love of Christ.

Currently he is part of the staff of “gR” (Generation on Course) focused on the university campus where he has felt a great burden for the young people and the need they have to know Christ and surrender their lives completely to the Lord.

Our vision is to develop spiritually mature leaders who can guide other young people to the truth and who may have the ability to bring others closer to knowing Jesus and having a radical change in their lives. Our goal is to be able to expand the kingdom of God within the university campuses in the city of Hermosillo, connect university students to a local church where they can develop into a Christian community and share the gospel with others.

We want to form a firm community where we can have conversational meetings where the boys can express their spiritual doubts and about life in order to bring them closer to the gospel.

Faith Story

In 2012 I had the opportunity to go on a mission trip to Canada and serve there for almost a month. That was where the Lord revealed himself to my life as a wake-up call. Luke 9:23 says: Then he said to the crowd: “If any of you wants to be my follower, he has to abandon his own way of life, take up his cross every day and follow me. The way in which I made that decision to follow Jesus was a process that led me to confront my selfish way of living, leaving all pride, a whole life full of hatred and resentment in order to reorder my life and to be able to make the kingdom known to all. others. It was a verse that hit my heart and guided me to change little by little and that continues to transform my life to this day.

Since I was a teenager, I was very interested in missions, however I looked at it as something that only people who traveled the world could do. When the opportunity to go to Canada came up in 2012, I was intrigued by what might happen during the trip. The most impressive thing was that the Lord found me on that missionary trip, from there I had the opportunity to get involved in evangelism ministries in a ministry called vineyards. During my time at the Biblical Institute, I participated in other missionary trips in some towns and cities in Baja California, the Sierra de Sonora, in rehabilitation centers. In one way or another the Lord has shown his love to me and has taught me to show his love to others through music or deep conversations about the spiritual life. Currently, the Lord has allowed me to be with university students in difficult times, in doubts about spiritual questions and conversations about the Christian 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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Learn more about where this ministry happens

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.

Cultural Snapshot

The acclaimed Mexican painter Diego Rivera created elaborate murals that depict Mexico's history and culture.

Faith Fact

Mexico has the second largest population of Catholics in the world, approximately 96 million.

Country Profile

Population: 118 million, 46% ages 0–24

Major Religions: 83% Catholic, 6% Protestant

Languages: 93% Spanish, 6% bilingual in Spanish and indigenous languages

Literacy: 94%

Poverty: 52%



Ministry service area:
Campus Ambassadors

Ministry location:
, Mexico