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Our Community Meal last night was beautiful! About 140 people enjoyed Caribbean tostadas and a delicious melon salad courtesy of Jardin de Milagros, Chef James, and our wonderful volunteers. It was so much fun to visit with friends, old and new. In the energy and sweetness of the evening, God spoke to my heart. He did it through a conversation with one of our guests. I asked her, “What is the Lord was teaching you right now?” She looked at me, with quiet resolve in her eyes, and said, “It’s easy to hate, but love is courage.”Read More
Our free summer meal program for kids ended on August 4th. What a day that was!
The kids took the stage to perform their version of the Good Samaritan story! A beautiful folkloric dancer came to share her smile and traditional dances. And the Braden Aboud Memorial Foundation gave us 20 backpacks to give to the kids!
Mustard Seed Cafe and Ciudad Nueva are partnering on an internship program this summer!
It is our desire to invest time, love and energy in these students so that they grow in confidence and are better prepared for life as flourishing, young adults. Last week our interns and their program coordinator spent the morning with renowned El Paso artist Gaspar Enriquez. They visited his home, his studio, and an ancient adobe building he’s restoring in the 400-year-old presidio of San Elizario in El Paso’s Mission Valley.
Come share a meal with us! School’s back in session and the Community Meal is a great night out for busy families! We do the cooking and you enjoy your family and friends. Our heartfelt thanks go out to First Baptist Church for once again sponsoring this meal! We love the way that you love our community!
The Mustard Seed Café welcomes El Paso’s youth to attend a Back to School Worship Night at the Cafe on Wednesday, August 9 from 6 – 7:30 pm.
The event will feature worship led by Cross of Grace Worship Team and a message by Pastor Ricky Alcantar. There will be free food too!
“We love the youth of this community and want to encourage and strengthen them as they head back to school this year. We also want to support the families, teachers and counselors who love and care for them. It’s going to be a great night – all glory to God!” said Mustard Seed Café manager, Carmen Estrada.
Join us Wednesday, July 26 for our Community Meal! Thank you to First Baptist Church – our Community Meal sponsor this month! The meal is their gift to you, your friends, and your family. Doors open at 5:00 pm and we serve until 7:00 pm or until the food runs out! First Come, First Serve!
THANK YOU FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH! Your gift truly is LOVE IN ACTION!