Thursday, December 27, 2012

We all are very greatfull for your Christmas donations, thankyou very much for providing another Merry Christmas.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

I am very pleased to report that we have finaly completed my fathers (Bob Wright) memorial monument, this is the same way Dad seen the his first tractor perchased her in Queretaro, Mexico. He spent many hours of hard work on it and was his favorite toy but with it he was able to clear land, plow fields, move many thousands of rocks. I still remember falling to sleep in his lap after walking up and over many plowed rows at a very young age. I want to thank those of you that sent financial help in paying for materials.

BETO on his 16th birthday

LAURA (our only Girl) is now 20 years old and in the time of life of deciding her full time carreir, she has been looking at School Teacher, Child Therapist and Lawyer, Please keep her in prayer for the correct future.

Friday, December 14, 2012

 Looks like garbage to some, but to us here at the Childrens Home its month of donated alumunim cans equal $48.00 dollars worth when recycled.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

It took Bob more than 15 years to finaly have a complete print shop. Many of the machines like this one were donated or purchased with his personal savings. Sad to say printing is no longer done and the value of all the machinery is hardly even worth the price of used steel. We were blessed by the Lord sending us one of Bobs long time Mexican printing friends. He now prints, cuts and folds the medicine boxes you see on store shelves, he has decided to buy some of Dads printing equipment to be modified for his needs. The photo you see above was taken just a few days ago as the press is being lifted up on flat bed truck. With this sale we where able to buy a weeks worth of groceries for the children's home. Now we only need to sell 8 more things from print shop!

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

"SCHOOL TESTS ARE OVER" as BETO (left) and FERNANDO (right) express thier joy on the way home from school.

 First days of November where "sience fair"  at school and Juan (first in line at left) spoke his part about polar bears in english and did a good job.

Work has started in preparation for expantion plans on home where two rooms will be added Lord willing in Feb 2013 with the coming of work group from North Industry Christian Church.
 Notice the Bobcat, its still runs but only in half hour shifts, When I (Doug) work with it feels good to still be able to use the same things Dad worked with for more than 40 years on the mission feild, cant say how much more the little Bobcat will last but it has several nocking sounds that dont sound good. Please pray we can replace it with a back-jo with much more power.
Each saturday we take the 6 older kids to "SCOUTS" at a park in town. Here we see Jonathan (blindfolded) as he is being led by troup leader the day he advanced from green shirt to blue shirt. He now is one of the anvanced teams on several camping trips and activities in the Scout movment. 

Thursday, October 11, 2012

The need for more financial support.
Ann Creekmore (missionary) plans of beeing a part with Tlacote church and MCCH.
Two Mission Work Groups comming in 2013.
MCCH dreams of expanding our missions by creating a Cristian Comunity on the property (schools,housing,bible institute,retirment home,health clinic,sports facilities,new camping area and much more) all for the Lords honor and answering to the need for more teaching of His word here in Queretaro Mexico.
View of the future resting place for Bobs 1970 Ford tractor, all it needs is a roof but money sent for this cause has run out. If you wish to be a part of this memorial for Bob Wright please send donations to fowarding address, it will take about $450.00 dls for steel structure and imitation clay tile roofing.

Monday, September 24, 2012

We continue to work on Bob's memorial. Notice the flag? something very comon in all Mexico is to show the flag during our independence month ( September)

Bob's grandson (Joshua on right) did a good job with edging

God is good as He alowed me ( Douglas) to celebrate my 40th birthday this past 20 of September

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Jesus or " Chucho" for short is one of our two youngest (8 year old) boys. 
Only God knows what will become of Chucho but by the looks of this foto he may be behind an important desk some day 

Two years ago Bob stopped printing and started advertizing the sale of printshop but the economy has not been so good and no one has been intrested, but the first week of September has yeilded a couple of posible buyers. Please pray we are able to sell printing equipment as soon as posible.

"A NEED AND A DREAM"  With so many work around childrens home and the Farm and only Carlos and Me (Douglas) sometimes we dream of having some "HELP" to dig that dich or move that dirt and not have to feel those back-pains. We pray that with the sale of print shop we can make a down payment for a back-ho like this one in the foto that costs around $20,000 dollars.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

"BACK TO SCHOOL" this was taken at 6:00 am on the first day of school, some are excited and nervous to return to school but Monica and me (Douglas) where the most happiest to finaly have 8 hours of peace and quiet at home.

"NEW WORKER" this is Carlos Alvarez he is 56 years old but works like a 25 year old, he is now my right-hand man with the know how in woodworking,electricity,electronics,driving,farming,yardwork and basic mecanics he has been very helpfull to us from monday to friday, please pray we can establish a secure income for him and have a garanty he will stay for as long as the Lord wants.

Saturday is a busy day while the 6 older kids attend SCOUTS the 5 younger ones get special childrens Yogga class and then get to watch a couple of kids movies al to themselves.

God is great, as He moved several peoples hearts here in town to help with the purchase of 11 new bed frames that will soon be modified by Carlos to have storage space under each frame, we are now praying for the financial help to buy the rest of the wood needed and maybe even new mattresses.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

First week of July was graduation week and that means attending four graduations, the best part is knowing the children are stepping up and with great honor. Here we see Joshua (left) and Fernando (right) playing music for the hole highschool on "Talent Day".
Jonathan (second from left)

Eduardo or Lalo for short is beside his sixth grade teacher as he has graduated from primary and now will move up to secundaria (middle school).

Enrique and Jesus graduated from kindergarden

We still are not able to use the pool since its being used as water storage because of legal well problems but that did not keep kids from getting wet on the first hot summer week vacation.

All of us here at Mexico Christian Childrens Home are very greatfull for your support and prayers, with these big smiles we say "Gracias".

Saturday, June 30, 2012

The month of June we celebrated several birthdays here at the home Eleazar 50th (in foto), Max 10th, Joshua Wright 14th and Adrea Wright 12th .  Its always a joy for us to celebrate birthdays here at the home even if its with a simple cake donated by local grocery store because we see that God is good and always provides. 

With your financial help we are able to buy the tools (musical instruments) so the older kids can put to good use there God given talents in learning music..... 

One of the happiest moments here at the home is line-up for dinner.....notice the smiles

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Bobs Memorial Tractor

After many days scrapping,picking and high pressure cleaning Bobs 1970 Ford tractor it is almost ready to be parked at its final resting place under a nice kiosk.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Bob's Memorial Tractor

Bob's Memorial Tractor stripped down for restoration.

May is almost over and we have been so busy that the month has blown by fast.  We thank God for his daily protection at everything we have done here at the home.
Work has started on Dads Memorial. After much thought on what to do and where to do it. We are going to make a special place at the entrance of the home where Dads Ford tractor will sit forever under a very nice shaded spot. It will be a few feet from where the ground breaking ceremony was held 40 years ago.
The tractor has been out at the barn but had not been in use since we got the big Massey Fergusson 6 years ago.  It has taken us 2 weeks to get it cleaned up and I will attempt to give it a nice fresh coat of paint and restore it to look just like it was when brand new.  It does run, but needs lots of rubber parts replaced before turning the key.  
We thank you very much for sending your special memorial donations to us, please continue praying for all of us here at the home as we continue trying our best on this mission field without Dad.   

Douglas Wright

Preparing the slab for Dad's memorial.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

“Lend a helping hand” is what the work group from Ohio and South Carolina was able to put into practice from the 28th of April to the 4th of May. They helped with water proofing one of the houses , did painting in several rooms and patio floors and performed much needed maintenance around the home. They also had a great time with the kids. Bev, Monica and I are very grateful for all the time, money and effort each one of them made in spending a week with us and “Lend a helping hand”. May God bless each one of them along with their families. Thank you very much guys you did a great job…….see you next year Lord willing.

Greetings from Bev, Monica and I (Douglas). I promised on last receipt letter that I would make this one in remembrance of Dad.  I asked the Lord to help me come up with a special way to do this then turned over to a file that contains all the news letters that date back to 1970 when Mom and Dad arrived in Mexico. I have decided to share with you some of Dads own words.

March 23, 1971 “ We now own 112 acres of Mexican land and can start putting up a fence around it to keep the people and cows off it”  remember that Mom and Dad where living in town at the time (paying rent on a house).
Middle of 1971 We are not taking in any more children until our support increases, and we are able to build a larger house in the country. We had to turn down several children this week. It just breaks our hearts to turn away a child knowing that the child will never know pure New Testament Christianity and possibly never know about Jesus Christ.
Time is so short and we must try to do all we can for these children. We have just started to plant the seed here. Bev and I may never live to see the harvest of some of these children but others in our place will be here to continue on with this work…..time is so short.”

Dad wrote this 41 years ago and his words are still valid today, his reasons to serve are still alive in all of us, his daily concern for all to know about Jesus Christ continues today. With your help in prayers and finances, the work here in Mexico will continue Lord willing.

Thank you so very much for your constant support. You are an important part of Mexico Christian Children’s Home. May the Lord always share his hand with many blessings for you.
Bev Wright                                                                                                                       
Douglas and Monica Wright                                                                    

Saturday, April 21, 2012

We are home after a two week trip to Tyler Texas where my sister Martha is living. Mom and I noticed changes in Mexico as we drove to border in the motorhome.  Two days of driving at day time we noticed a constant presence of Federal police (equivalent to Sheriff and Highway Patrol) on the road. This gives all travelers a feeling of protection and makes sure foreign travelers do not get bothered. God’s hands be on Mexico’s police force as they do their job to protect and serve.

I am proud of Mom as she lead the way better than the GPS on board.  She does not drive but she can’t be fooled into taking a wrong turn, this only tells me how she was aware at all times when Dad was at the wheel.
Martha, Fernando and children where very happy to see us (especially Mom). We had a nice Easter Sunday as I’m sure everyone had. The healing is slowly taking its place and each day we give the Lord thanks for life and serve Him in all the ways He wants us to serve, not the way we want it to be but His way.

This trip allowed us to learn and grow together as a family in Christ and getting away from the mission field for a couple of weeks is very healthy as it allows us to rest and recharge. 
We thank you for your support in prayer and also thank you for your help in making this trip possible with your financial help.
Now we prepare for a very busy work week from the 28th of April to the 5th of May with the coming of NICC work group that normally arrives in March. Things had already been prepared by Dad and we think that we must first Honor the Lord as this is his will then Honor Dad in finishing a list of work he had prepared, I sure pray the work group brings lots of will, strength and desire because the work list is long.


Douglas Wright

Monday, March 26, 2012

A Message from Douglas:

It has not been easy filling Dad's shoes for the past three weeks but I think I have done the best I possibly can. I’m always remembering everything Dad showed me, but one of many things I learned from Dad was to work with pride, work for God and with God at all times.
I thank God for giving Mom, Monica and me the strength (mentally and physically) to overcome and continue with the mission.
I thank God for my family, friends and church members who have helped us in many ways.
One can’t imagine the many things that are involved when a loved one passes away and add to that in a foreign country, but most of it is almost over.

Activity and Plans at MCCH:
*I ask your help in prayers for our upcoming (last minute) trip to my sisters (Martha) in Tyler Texas from the 1st   to the 14th of April.  This is a much needed trip for Mom and Martha since they were not able to be with us during these tough times.

*From the 9th to the 13th of April all the kids at the home are taking a trip around many places in the state of Queretaro.  It includes camping at river side camp, staying at a Hotel (many have never done) and enjoying a pool all for themselves. This has been possible through friends of ours from Joshua’s old school that have been so helpful to allow us to leave for the states.

*We now have all the kids in only three schools instead of four so that helps me to drive less. By August they will be in only two schools so Lord willing it will even be less driving. All this has been possible because of the school owners (that attend church) have decided to help us even more. Let me remind you this is a private school and they have not charged us a penny or I should say a peso.

*Monica and I have had our 16th Anniversary on the 24th of March and are grateful to God for letting us be together and also work on the same mission, as we know that where there are two in Christ there is great blessing .

Douglas Wright
Mexico Christian Children’s Home

Saturday, March 24, 2012

A Message From Bev

I would like to thank each and every one of you for your prayers and support at this time. Most of all, I thank the Lord for the comfort he has given me. My plans are to continue the work here at the children’s home and do my best to help support my Son Douglas and his wife Monica for as long as God allows.
As for being Bob’s wife, he spoiled me rotten for 56 years. I always knew I was number two in his heart because God was always number one. Bob never said “This is my work here in Mexico.” but always praised and thanked God for letting us serve Him. He always said it was my responsibility to take care of our home and just be here for him.
I thank my children Dan and Debbie for taking a great load off our shoulders while they were here with us. Only God can repay them.
As for me and my house, we will continue to serve the Lord.  (Joshua 24:15 )

Bev Wright
Mexico Christian Children’s Home
March 23rd 2012

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

March 2012 Newsletter

Greetings to you for the month of March. Since my last letter we have had 3 birthdays. Chucho was 8 years old in January. Fernando was 13 in February. And Juan Carlos was 10 in March.   



Juan Carlos

Douglas has been the unofficial leader of our Church here in Tlacote. Everyone looks to him and Monica for guidance in the church. Since we have started having the Church service here on the ranch, because of the work Douglas has put into the church work, it has grown to nearly 60 members. A church building was started and is nearing completion, paid for completely by the tithes of church members themselves. Last month we had two more baptisms.

Alberto is the fiancé of Beatriz, a girl we raised here at the Home. Alberto is a Music professor in several schools and is also giving our children music lessons each week. He has been working hard with the church members in the area of music. Daniela is the daughter of one of our members who was baptized last month.


My Dad passed away unexpectedly from a massive heart attack on the 8th of March 2012. I have decided not to change what he had already written in this newsletter. It was a shock for all of us and a great loss. This has happened so suddenly. Getting this newsletter out to you while planning a memorial service has been a challenge so please forgive its lateness. I promise (Lord willing) that next donation letter will be dedicated to Dad. Our promise to God and Dad was to continue with the mission work as long as your support continues.
 Please visit our website at for current up to date information about the home.
Bev Wright                                                                                             
Douglas and Monica Wright                                                                                                                                                                                    

Monday, March 12, 2012

On Sunday March 11th a Memorial Service was held for Bob Wright. It was held at the new church building at the ranch. There were over 200 people in attendance. Douglas Wright lead the service and several of Bob's favorite songs were sung. Beverly, Dan, Debbie, Douglas, Martha and Andrea all presented a eulogy either in person or read by Doug.
The service was a celebration of the life of Bob Wright. It was a reminder of the life sacrificed for Christ and the reward of Heaven that waits us all. 

The Wright family is grateful for the prayers and well wishes received these last few days.

Please continue to pray for Beverly and the family.

Over 200 people attend the memorial service.