International Ministries

Scholarships for Mexicali Baptist Seminary

This project seeks to raise $12,060 each year to provide scholarships at the Mexicali Baptist Seminary in Baja, Mexico.

Goal: $12,060 annually

About this Mission Project

What does it cost to go to seminary? In the U.S., the average for one year is $11,000. At the Mexicali Baptist Seminary in Baja, Mexico, one year costs only $1,000! But even this amount is out of reach for most seminary students in Mexico, who often come from homes and churches with very limited resources.

Mexicali Seminary scholarships make it possible for young people to follow God’s call in their lives as they study to become pastors and church planters in Mexico. Each year, there are approximately 20 students in need of a scholarship.

Mission Project Specifics

This project seeks to raise $12,060 each year to provide scholarships at the Mexicali Baptist Seminary in Baja, Mexico. The scholarship funds will cover tuition, housing, meals and attendance at an intensive conference.

This project will be managed by International Ministries (IM) missionary Tim Long and Seminary Director Gregorio Gamboa.

It is anticipated that this project will increase the number of trained pastors and church planters in Mexico, as well as the number of students and graduates serving in local churches.

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The Mexicali Baptist Seminary offers a full range of Biblical, theological, pastoral and contextual studies. There are music programs and choirs (shown above) and a host of ministry opportunities. Eighty-five current and prospective church leaders are now enrolled at the seminary. They come from over 30 churches with an average membership of 60 people each.