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Mail check payable to Inca Link International, P.O. Box 1321, Boone, NC 28607. Write “Mexico’s Ministry” in the memo of the check.

Mexico’s Ministry

Inca Link Mexico is led by missionaries Shane and Amanda Burge, and focuses on supporting local ministries as a means of serving communities in Northern Baja through Christ’s love.  Though there is no brick-and-mortar ministry of Inca Link Mexico, God is moving in mighty ways through partnership with the following locally led and operated organizations:

  1. Red Binacional de Corazones (International Network of Hearts) is based in Tijuana, BC, Mexico and operates La Casa del Jardin; the only shelter in Baja for minors who have survived the darkest of days entrapped in human trafficking.
  2. Casa Berea is a second step home for men coming out of rehab and exists to help disciple and mentor these men as they make the transition back to daily life, and eventually back to their families. Sharing the love of Jesus with these men is the primary ministry, but the natural offshoot of that ministry is stronger men who will be stronger husbands and fathers; which leads to stronger homes and a stronger community better able to resist the local drug trade.
  3. Rancho La Hermosa is an orphanage in Primo Tapia which offers their children incredible care through small family units, led by house parents. They have onsite education, strong connections with the local church and a mission to display Christ’s love daily to one another, and those around them.

In addition to supporting these locally-led ministries, living in the local community provides beautiful opportunities to serve as needs arise. Northern Baja is in a unique position as it remains close to the border, yet challenged with issues of infrastructure, job market scarcity and difficulties providing sufficient education. Throughout the region there are hardworking people who are seeking safety, security and a place to continue raising a family. Inca Link Mexico loves coming alongside families and working together to pursue what God has in store. 

Another unique opportunity presented by our location is in serving migrants and other transient populations. The current situation with migrants reaching the southern border of the United States in hopes of gaining entry is constantly changing and at times rather volatile. Although it often looks very different, we work to do the next right thing for the person right in front of us, seeking God’s guidance through every step.