Mexico

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Andy and Tracie Dominguez

Andy and Tracie are serving in Baja, Mexico.  Their ministry is discipleship, with a vision of equipping servant leaders to reach all nations with the Word of God.  This teaching comes through Church Planting, Bible studies, Biblical counseling, marriage seminars, and ministering to missionaries.  Andy is currently on Staff and Leadership at Calvary Chapel Rosarito, a Bi-lingual Church ministering to a congregation of over 1,200. In addition, Andy leads the Singles Ministry,  and teaches Sunday and Bible College Classes.

Andy and Tracie are blessed to serve and mentor at this vibrant Church as they await the Lords timing on their next Church plant. Tracie is a home school mom, singer, worship leader, and speaker. Tracie has led Womens Bible study for eight years and is taking a Season to focus on Music in Missions as a Musicianary. Singing, leading worship, vocal coaching, and sharing the Gospel through Music.

Following Andys graduation from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in 2005, Andy, Tracie, and their three boys followed the call to missions.  Serving their first two years in the coastal community of La Mision, Baja Mexico, they planted their first house church, with discipleship and evangelism as the focus, to carry the Gospel of Christs love and salvation.  Andy and Tracie were recognized by the Senate and Lieutenant Governor of California in 2006 for their work in Mexico.  In 2008, Andy became Pastor and Director of Rancho Tres Cruces, “The School of Servanthood” in San Antonio de las Minas, Mexico.  Here he led a one year program to train Mexican Nationals and Americans in Biblical studies for full time ministry service.

The Lord would bring Andy and Tracie back to the call and commandment of “The Great Commission” in Matthew 28, to be back on the front lines of ministry with a focus on evangelism, discipleship, and church planting.  They now reside in Rosarito, Northern Baja, as of December 2013.  Andy and Tracie welcomed their baby Hope into their home and hearts on December 25th, 2009. Hopes adoption is still in process, and she is a native Mexican, Zapotec from Oaxaca.  Andy and Tracie are parents to Hopes big brothers, Dru 22, Hayden 19, and Alec 17. The boys play an active part in reaching out to their peers with the love of Jesus. Hayden in currently in Bible College in York England and Alec is serving at CCR as photographer/videographer.  Even little Hope (4 years) opens doors for sharing the love of Jesus Christ with people to fulfill the Dominguezs call as a missionary family

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