Join us for our 20th Anniversary Family CampDiscover how Amor works

 

Your Impact:

people

348,450

Volunteers
heart

35

Years Serving
house

18,100

Homes Built
church

354

Churches Planted & Built
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Two young Mexican girls standing infront of their future home

Stories

Read stories the stories of families, mission trip participants, and pastors whose lives have been changed through the work of Amor. 

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Two Amor Volunteers working on an Amor home

Mission Trips

We provide groups, families, and individuals with short-term mission trip opportunities.

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A group of young Mexican boys around their future Amor home

Give Hope

Learn about ways you can give to support us and the families we serve.

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Amor co-founder Gayla Congdon smiles for the camera

With the upcoming 35th Anniversary of Amor we would like to reflect on the decisions that we believe have been key to moving the Ministry forward to the future:

  • March 7, 1980 Amor was founded by Scott and Gayla Congdon to take people on short-term mission trips to serve those in need in Mexico.

  • Steve Horrex led us to make the decision to begin building houses in the Tijuana Dump in 1985.  This decision set the course for the mission and purpose of Amor.

  • The establishment of our first Ministry Planning Board in Tijuana in 1986, which is the foundation for how we serve in any location.

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