On the first trip in the mid-1990s, 26 students and adults went to Mexico over spring break. On Friday, 800 students and 400 adults headed south. Among them were brothers John and Isaiah Gomez, who said they were looking forward to putting on sports programs and sharing their faith. I think it is important to go because it is good for the world, said Isaiah Gomez. The Rev. Jordanna Sadri, Baysides Global Outreach pastor, said Bayside works with 36 Mexican churches in Mexicali. Bayside members will be constructing 11 houses and organizing play, sports and music programs for children and teens. We always have a construction element, Sadri said. So, there will be 11 teams building homes for widows and families in extreme need. We are pretty excited about the families that will be getting new homes this year. Bayside will have a base camp with showers, tents and port-a-potties.
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