courtesy Adventist News Network
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Chiapas, Mexico, highlighted its comprehensive health impact plan with eight brand-new vehicles during a special ceremony held in Tuxtla, Gutiérrez, Chiapas, June 3, 2019. The new vans will be used to expand the health and medical missionary work at the eight conferences that comprise the union territory.
“Health is one of the important pillars the church should invest in to be used as a light where it is needed most, as part of fulfilling the mission,” said Pastor Ignacio Navarro, president of the church in Chiapas. There are many marginal communities that are in great need of healing and medical services across Chiapas and the new equipped vehicles will cater to them, explained Navarro.