Jose was born in Guatemala and heard about YFC there from his sister, who was a volunteer. When he was 17 his parents moved to Monterey, Mexico. In 2007 he was invited to translate for a Project Serve Team that came to Monterey from the states. On the last day a cocaine addict came crying to the YFC leaders asking if he could find Jesus. And he did. This moved Jose so much that he realized that if he invested his life in reaching teens for Christ he would see thousands come to Christ. After this call, he was asked by YFC to pioneer the ministry in Mexico. He agreed but knew he would have to postpone his wedding with Sarah for two years. During those two years the ministry spread from one state to seven states in Mexico. By 2014 they had impacted over 300,000 young people and are still growing.

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