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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02 January 2011

Marriage Preparation

Two years ago Nayeli and Miguel came to know Proyecto MEFI and the team.  They met about 6 years ago in a restaurant where they went to eat with friends. They got together and went to live with Miguel’s family on their farm-land. Miguel’s father had died when he was a teenager (from alcohol...

 
27 December 2010

¡Feliz Navidad!

Hope you all had a great Christmas. Whilst we missed family, friends and the traditions of home, we had a wonderful day and we celebrated it with a Mexican family and a Northern Irish friend over a ‘traditional English’ Christmas dinner. We weren’t able to get all the trimmings but we didn’t...

 
19 December 2010

A bitter-sweet Christmas, just like the first.

Just as the most precious baby of all, God’s son, was born in to poverty, in a smelly, dirty stable, away from home, and with a death warrant over his life, so the joy that accompanies Christmas this year is mixed with the stark pain and fear that are so real in the lives of the young people...

 
19 December 2010

Nisha’s acting première

We said goodbye to Nick last Wednesday as he headed back to England where he’ll continue his acting course. The time went too quickly, but we were able to share lots of special moments with him before he went home. On his last day he had the chance to watch the beginning of his niece’s...

 
12 December 2010

Our very own “St Nicholas”!

It really felt like Santa Claus had arrived last Monday when we collected Nick, Steve’s brother, from the airport. He arrived heavily laden with Christmas presents – mainly for Nisha of course, in fact he hardly had any room to bring any clothes for himself! He is visiting for 9 days,...

 
05 December 2010

Miguel & Nayeli

Miguel and Nayeli are a young couple that have been attending the drop-in centre for quite a while now. They were in a street-kid’s home when they found out about the centre through another girl, and have since then managed to find a place to rent and have both committed their lives to Christ...

 
29 November 2010

Pushing on

As we celebrate Advent Sunday, we have been both looking back and thanking God for getting us through more than a month of ill health, as well as looking forward to December, which includes a 10 day visit from my (Steve’s) brother Nick at the beginning, and a Christmas in Mexico, which of...

 
22 November 2010

Bouncing back to health (almost)

Although it seemed like we’d all got over our various ailments, Nisha had about a week free of her cough and was back to her normal bouncy self, and then caught another one! However, this time she hasn’t got a fever, and it sounds more wheezy – so we’re questioning whether it could be...

 
14 November 2010

Waterholes

During our time being ill these last few weeks, one of the DVDs we watched together was Madagascar 2. I don’t know how many of you have seen it, but it’s a sequel to a story about some New York City zoo animals trying to get to the wild and they end up in Madagascar in Africa. When they...

 
08 November 2010

Poorly!

Sorry we weren’t in touch last weekend. We headed down to Acapulco where apart from a chance to see the sea we visited the 3 churches OMS works with down there. Well, Steve did, Helen and Nisha went mainly for pleasure, not ‘business’. Over the last couple of weeks Helen has been unwell with...

 
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