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YWAM Mendoza

Sadly, Argentine Airlines cancelled Friday's flight(!!!) and so I am unable to visit and see for myself the way YWAM Mendoza ( Youth with a mission - a young people's missionary model originating in the USA) and reliant upon their website which speaks of various engagement strands including:

Counselling Ministry

¨Then the angel showed me a river with the water of life, clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb.  It flowed down the center of the main street. On each side of the river grew a tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, with a fresh crop each month. The leaves were used for medicine to heal the nations.¨   Revelation 22:1-2

Our vision is to form, equip and train leaders and counselors in the healing and restoration of people, families, communities and areas of society.  We make known God´s heart for counseling through giving from what we have received and experienced through Him.

Areas of society that we aim to affect are:  hospitals, prisons, rehabilitation centers, children´s homes, homes for the elderly, people living on the streets, mental health institutions, neighborhoods, churches, communities, and families.

Our ministry offers:

External and internal seminars- 1st, 2nd, 3rd levels

Training and Prevention workshops

Discipleship Training School (DTS) with Counseling focus

External Counseling School

Internal Counseling School

A project that we would like to see in the future is establishing a home to accompany those suffering from violence and abuse, those who are coming out of prostitution, addictions, families with severe dysfunctional issues, single mothers, etc.

Mercy Ministry

Footsteps of Life: reaches out to the Huarpe people of the Desert of Lavalle, an hour outside of Mendoza.

Pastores de la Calle/El Comedor: Night street evangelism and soup kitchen reaching out to the people living on the streets of the city of Mendoza.

Barrio Borbollon: reaches out to the familes in the neighborhood around the base.

El Grito del Silencio:  works in awareness and prevention of abuse of women and children; awareness of human trafficking.

“Becuadro” Arts Ministry

Using the arts to help people know God more; includes praise and worship team, drama team, visual arts, and urban tribes ministry.

Worship team

Team Impact



Urban Tribes

Sports Ministry

Using sports to draw people closer to God using both conventional sports and mountain adventure sports. In charge of the Sports DTS

Kid’s soccer school

Las Aguilas Blancas women’s soccer

Ropes Course

NIKO camps


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