Vision of New Beginnings
New Beginnings partners with non-profit Ministries in Mexico that provide women and children an alternative to the devastating prostitution, drug addiction, and abuse cycle. We provide a safe and loving environment in our group home where residents receive food, clothing, medical attention, counselling, and tutoring. We help women heal, discover their value and purpose in life, and gain self-confidence. We encourage and empower them to pursue restoration and restructuring of their families.
The Ministries we partner with open doors to women who have come up against some very difficult situations, giving them options and the power to take control of their lives. Throughout all of our efforts and ministry, our overlying vision is to see women and children experience the restoring love of Jesus Christ.
We Accomplish Our Vision by:
Developing gifts and talents
Teaching personal responsibility, respect for authority and accountability
Partnering with community businesses to provide on-the-job training
Providing food, shelter and clothing
Teaching life skills (basic schooling, English, applied skills)
Providing personal hygiene training
Group devotions, Bible study and Christian community
Our Funding and Support
NBWA operates on donations from various churches, mission organizations, businesses and individuals throughout the United States and Canada. We depend on your donations so we can serve the women of this valley. (All donations are tax-deductible.)
Who do we partner with ...
We partner with a non-profit ministry in Mexico, One Life To Love In Baja. Their staff consists of a house mom, translator/house assistant, office manager/bookkeeper, director, and property manager. They may also have a number of long-term and short-term volunteers who contribute to the ministry. The majority of the residents are from the local area of Vicente Guerrero, Baja California, Mexico, though some come from other states in Mexico. Most of them are brought to the Ministry by pastors, family members, or the police. Some residents have become part of our staff, and all of them have become our family.
Why we are Here ...
The problem of abuse and violence against women is huge and there is an obvious need for more organizations to address this issue. Women also face numerous obstacles when they try to seek help, such as a lack of resources, and the lack of communication and coordination between the government organizations and nonprofits that do exist. As a consequence, women who are in desperate situations are often left with no options and nowhere to go. This is the need we fill. We partner with the government and work alongside other organizations to offer a safe home for women to live without fear so they can heal and transform their lives.