Maranatha Ministries in Mexico focuses in three distinct areas: ministering to the indigenous Cora people of the Mexican state of Nayarit; operating a non-denominational Christian campground in Southern Baja; and helping Mexican churches grow and flourish. Click on the links below to learn more about each area of the ministry!
The Cora Ministry
High in the remote Sierra Madre Mountains in the Mexican state of Nayarit are the villages of the Cora. In 1962 Cecil and Faye Byers were the first to land their Cessna airplane on the high mountain meadow of Santa Teresa.
Campestre Maranatha is a Christian campground located in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. As the only camp in the area, it is used by local churches, schools, and families for many different activities. It is also the base for Maranatha Ministries in Mexico.
Maranatha Ministries in Mexico supports churches that it has established. The organization takes the approach of “walking along beside,” in which it assists the churches that are typically pastored by someone from within the group.