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Commissioning of Amazing Grace

On a hot May afternoon in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico shipyard, YWAM Mazatlan commissioned Amazing Grace during a conference, where over 300 people attended representing thirty countries. Amazing Grace will serve the isolated coastal villages surrounding the Sea of Cortez, Mexico. This covers the state of Sonora and Sinaloa on the mainland as well as Baja […]

Journey of Amazing Hope

An incredible story unfolds as Amazing Hope makes her way south off the coast of California and Baja California, on her way to Mazatlán.

Launching of Amazing Hope

On a sunny Saturday morning from Newport Beach, CA on March 9, s/v Amazing Hope begins a 490-mile journey.

Amazing Hope

Last November, Amazing Grace Maritime Missions was donated a 32’ Bristol sailboat to serve in Mazatlan, Mexico. We have christened her the s/v Amazing Hope as she will bring the hope of Christ as we teach sailing to at risk youth in Mazatlan.

Hurricane Relief Teacapan, Mexico

We know that m/v Amazing Grace will be the right vessel equipped to respond in disaster situations and deliver water, food, and volunteers.

Praises, Project & Prayer Requests

While the people of Mazatlan were spared by Hurricane Willa, communities about 200 miles south go without power or water in the flooded towns of Teacapan & Escuinapa.

YWAM Mazatlan Worshiping at the Shipyard

Worshiping at the shipyard and praying for provision and progress to complete the refit of 30 beds, a medical treatment room, new galley, appliances, engines, generators and a tender.

Happy Easter and Medical Outreach Update

We are very thankful for your thoughts and prayers! We know that we are loved and we hope you know that you are loved unconditionally.

Feliz Navidad – Watch Our Year in Review Video

Thanks to you, we’ve had an incredible year. Together we provided over 300 medical and dental services and completed one epic voyage from San Francisco to Mazatlan, Mexico. God is so good!

Our Epic Journey Continues

Just before we entered the Sea of Cortez, with the tip of Baja Peninsula to the north, sheltering us from the 5 foot seas at 5 second intervals expected for the crossing, our starboard engine quit again.