"Making disciples of all nations"
Reaching the People of Oaxaca, Mexico
Bible School Graduation
CAMP - Music School Class
Reaching the Children of Oaxaca
Casa Hogar - Childrens Home
Corban Clinic - medical services
The mission of Roca Blanca Mission Base (RBMB) is to “make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19) – first in Oaxaca, Mexico and then beyond.
RBMB is located in Oaxaca, Mexico, which has the greatest concentration of unreached people groups in all of the Americans. RBMB is reaching into these unreached areas with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through medical outreaches, food and clothing distribution, community development projects, and church planting.
At the heart of the mission of the RBMB is the discipleship and training of students. At this time we have 60+ churches in various regions of Oaxaca led by graduates from our Bible Schools. New disciples are being made and new churches planted every year by our graduates. We have over 200 students every year kindergarten through the third year of our Bible School being discipled and trained to be effective witnesses for Christ.
We invite you to join with us in our mission of spreading the Gospel by supporting the ministry of the Roca Blanca Missions Base! If you would like to sponsor one of our students or sow into the mission work here in Oaxaca, Mexico simply – CLICK HERE.
For general information about our areas of ministry you can click on the tabs above. For more specific information most areas will have further tabs in their drop down menus. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if there’s anything you’d like to know that you don’t find in these pages! Pray with us about all that you see, and give glory to our great God for it all!
Current Opportunities to Give and to Serve
Short Term Teams/Service
Sponsor a Bible Student
We provides a safe environment for interns, those who have a passion to minister to the unreached. Click on the photo for more information…
Corban Medical Ministry
Be involved in bringing healing and the gospel. You can have a profound impact on the indigenous of Oaxaca! Click on the photo for more information…