Welcome to Open Arms. Whether you are here to book a missions trip for a church or your family, or whether you are looking to get involved through sponsorship or helping meeting some financial needs, we want you to know you are valued and God uses you to encourage us and bless so many children and families. Thank you for fighting for family. Thank you for working with us to improve a broken system in Mexico, and helping us keep families together. Thank you for helping us prevent the poverty orphan to the streets or to orphanages, and for bringing the love of Christ to hundreds of children and families. We hope you find all that you need. Please let us know if you have any questions!

Open Arms Blog

This week keeping families together means rejoicing in what God is doing! Can we brag on God? He is so good, and we want you all to know!

Finding Favor with the Mexican Government The mayor or Ensenada (speaking below), (Ensenada is the largest county in all of the world which includes La Mision and Camalu), came to our Camalu campus! He wants to link arms to make Ensenada even better by making it easier for private foundations to work with the government to […]

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Keeping families together this month means teaching women (mothers, daughters, granddaughters) who they are in CHRIST!

Open Arms Church Women’s Ministry: a place to know God, connect with others and celebrate life!  We could not be more grateful for all that God is doing in the lives of the women in Camalu! He is releasing captives and calling them into His love. Ella, or She (in English), offers a Bible Study […]

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This week, keeping families together means coming together to use our gifts and time for the glory of God!

Want to serve as a part of missions but can’t leave your city? This is for you!  One of our ongoing ways to reach everyone who is interested in knowing all about what God is doing in and through Open Arms is our monthly newsletter. We also use our newsletter as an important reminder to […]

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