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Mexico, located in southern North America, is home to about 128 million people, most of which live in the center of the country in urban areas. It is rich in resources with more silver being produced than anywhere else in the world. Mexico City is also one of the largest cities in the world. Mexico is a land of have's and have not's with a large drug cartel presence and much poverty.



A Place of Love, Faith, and Hope.

Give New Life gives opportunity, a new life, and a family to boys and girls that have been abused, abandoned, mistreated, and forgotten. Located in Michoacan, Mexico, Give New Life serves any child who is helpless and abandoned, many with severe emotional and physical trauma.

Give New Life currently serves 38 children. Through personal and individual attention, children are helped to overcome their past traumas, emotional hurt, and physical wounds. They are provided with education, healthcare, positive life experiences, and love like many have never experienced before; the love of Jesus!

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Started by Dr. John Cook in 1977, the Give New Life Free Clinic provides medical services to those who are otherwise unable to afford them. From ultrasounds to surgeries, the Free Clinic has served over a million people and with your help will continue to serve some of the poorest  people in rural Mexico.

Prefer to write a check? Make payable to HEART Ministries and add the ministry name in the memo. Mail to: PO Box 390 West Point, VA 23181


Monte DiPiero is land that Give New Life is farming to help support their ministry. They currently have three years left on the purchase agreement and your donations, along with money raised from crops, help make the dream of being a self-sustaining ministry a reality.


"Planting trees and helping them grow has proven not only to help our children overcome their fears and traumas, but it is helping us pay the bills and have our own source of organic fresh fruits and very soon vegetables. Sometimes waiting is hard because that which we wait for seems so distant and somewhat impossible. A little faith goes a long way when you’re willing to wait. Anything worth waiting for rarely comes easy. After months of hard work, watering, pruning, and fertilizing we can now enjoy peaches, blackberries, limes, apples, oranges, grapefruits, papayas, tangerines, pomegranate, guavas, bananas, figs, even soursops from our 100% organic orchard." - Josue Cook, Give New Life

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