Youth Program

Orphans in Mexico

In Mexico, orphans have an uphill battle, needing guidance, love, and a saving faith in Jesus. Most orphans lose that war:

-70% enter into a life of crime
-40% are homeless; 15% commit suicide
-90% age-out at 18, totally unprepared
-only 6% start some college

The most effective missionaries I know.
— Dan Wiens, President, Journeyman International

Horizon Ranch

Horizon Ranch launched to receive orphans at age 18 as they "age out" of the Mexican foster care systems. Selected youth receive a safe place to live and achieve their GED equivalent and university degree, costing about $150 dollars per month. After, the youth enter the workforce to be productive citizens, loving husbands, and dedicated fathers that honor God. Justin & Darren have literally built this ranch from the ground-up. Enfoque Ciudad not only pays for all educational and living expenses but provides mentoring, tutoring, and encouragement to make sure these youth are successful.


Check out one of our youth's testimonies . . . .


Three of our youth working hard in the construction, with directors Justin and Darren.

Three of our youth working hard in the construction, with directors Justin and Darren.

Three of our youth, Eduardo, Fernando, and Chino (from left to right), in the storage room.

Three of our youth, Eduardo, Fernando, and Chino (from left to right), in the storage room.

The youth in the office at Horizon Ranch.

The youth in the office at Horizon Ranch.

The kids in the orphanage.

The kids in the orphanage.

I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you.
— Jesus in John 14:8