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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31 December 2012

Feliz Año Nuevo!

It was a very humbling Christmas as we were reminded just how blessed we are and how much we are able to bless others because of what God has given us. We saw this at the Christmas party we had at the drop-in centre for the street kids – for whom Christmas is often just another day of...

10 December 2012

A retreat from the ‘big smoke’

We’ve just come back from a 4 day retreat on the pacific coast of Mexico in a place called ‘Puerta Vallarta’. This is where our field director and his wife are living at the moment because of the director’s altitude sickness. It was a much needed break for all of us. We...

26 November 2012

A Week of Thanksgiving

We’ve been a bit bogged down with illness recently, hence the lack of a blog last week. Then this week-end the whole house-hold managed to be afflicted by some sort of stomach bug, so we’re still trying to fight it off. However, in the midst of the sickness and frustration we have had...

12 November 2012

What is ‘church’ ?

People hold many stereotypes of what church is. For most people it is represented by a building; a place where we go, usually on Sundays. For others it represents an ancient out of date society where people still use the language of ‘thees’ and ‘thous’ and where old ladies...

05 November 2012

Young Mum’s life taken by AIDS

This week has been a week of ups and downs. We continue to make progress in challenging the young people we work with to make the hard decisions and take the steps needed to leave the streets – there are three in particular that expressed a desire to go in to rehab last week  who I (Steve)...

16 October 2012

The Big Day

Well, after weeks of marriage preparation, the big day arrived for Sofia and Joe (not real names). There was a lot of anxiety leading up to the day – they were literally relying on God’s provision for every detail, but they weren’t disappointed, everything came together at the...

08 October 2012

A Sad Goodbye….

After a difficult couple of months ‘Pappy’, who is my grandfather on my Dad’s side, finally breathed his last  and is now at peace.Whilst we knew that losing him was probable we were caught off guard by the timing as the hospital had stabilised him and were actively treating...

01 October 2012

New Arrival! (no, not another baby)!

One of the joys of being part of a large international organisation is that we get to welcome people from all over the world to come and work with us for varying amounts of time. For example, we have two families in language school in Costa Rica right now, one from the UK and the other the USA,...

24 September 2012

Some sad goodbyes!

We are missing the team that came from S. Wales already. Andrew, Helen, Miriam and Sam were an encouragement, blessing, support, help, and became great friends to our family (Nisha and Anya especially loved having them around!), as well as to many other Mexicans here. They were here for two...

03 September 2012

New Faces and New Roles

This is a photo of the team who will be arriving tomorrow (Monday) to work with us over the next two weeks.  They are Helen, Andrew,  Sam and Miriam (from left to right) and are coming from South Wales. We are really excited about what God may have in store over the next couple of weeks. It never...

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