Mexico – The Cosslett Family

Steve and Helen are with the OMS team in Mexico City, after a year of language training in Costa Rica. God started preparing them for this move to Mexico back in 1998 when Helen first became involved in a project with street children there.

Helen, a nurse with a Dip HE in Applied Theology met OMS at Bible school. Steve has a degree in Applied Theology and has led teams to Mexico. The Cossletts will be working with the street children's project and planting churches amongst the street people and the poorer communities.

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23 October 2014

New TLC Charity Shop in Cookstown N.Ireland

OMS has been part of my life for a long time, and also featured prominently in the life of our church, and in 1986 I joined a youth team to Spain. I qualified as a nurse and midwife, thinking of missionary work with OMS. However, opportunities for medical work were limited at the time and the...

25 September 2014

A short-termer’s reflections

During my time in Mexico City earlier this year, I visited the streets with members of the MEFI team. The first day, Alex, Carmen, and I simply went to different groups to say `Hi’ to the kids. Up until this point, I had only seen the chavos (nick name for street kids) in the drop-in...

09 October 2013

New Friends

We have really enjoyed having 2 new families here with us having arrived from Costa Rica 2 weeks ago. One family is from the USA and have 4 kids ranging from 7 to 13 and the other family are from the UK and have 2 kids – a boy of 6 and a little girl (Susie) of 2 and half years (almost...

07 October 2013

A God who walks with us and unites us

For those of you who saw our Facebook post or read the MEFI blog you will have learnt of the sad death of little Gaby a few weeks ago. Gaby is pictured here with her Mum, Brenda (or Gloria as she is now known as) and her partner Poncho. The MEFI team helped Brenda and Gaby leave the street some...

11 June 2013

Emerging Leaders

Dear friends, apologies for sending our blog out a week late, but as you’ll see for good reasons, which you’ll read below in our short note to you all: There has been quite a of change in this past month! As most of you know, Proyecto MEFI is a ministry of One Mission Society (OMS)...

16 May 2013

Mad Missionaries

What do you think of when someone says missionary? A new-agey type of guy with his socks and sandals on singing Shine Jesus Shine on his guitar or an elderly couple who tell unfathomable stories from the amazon jungle. Or maybe you think of a super-spiritual giant who is able to quote parts of...

15 April 2013

A Story in Pictures

It’s been a month of excitement and celebration in the Cosslett household. I thought the best way to tell you all about it would be through pictures. Just before their school broke up for Easter, Nisha and Anya celebrated ‘Spring Festival’. This is a big festival here and the...

04 March 2013

Life beyond MEFI

We are well known for the work we do with MEFI, and this does take up around 80% of Steve’s working week and a good chunk of Helen’s week too. But outside of MEFI we have other activities going on that we thought you might like to read about. One of Helen’s main responsibilities...

04 February 2013

Family fun

One of the challanges of being on the mission field is not having time with the wider family. However, we have been immensely blessed this past week by having time with all of Steve’s immediate family. Steve’s parents arrived on the 18th January and are sadly leaving on Wednesday, but...

14 January 2013


You’ve made it! For those that are used to the blog – welcome back. For those that our new, it’s great that you’re joining us, and feel free to check out old posts. Normally we’ll be updating  our blog the first weekend of the month so this is a bonus post! We are...

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