Project 5000

In Project 5000 is a vision that God gave the Covones to help relieve the hunger needs with families who are out of work due to COVID in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Taking food bags to the elderly widows, and single moms with children is such a blessing. Thanks to our ministry partners’ donations for foodContinue reading Project 5000

Laborers Hear the Gospel

April 17, 2020: Laborers all around us here are grateful for any work they can get, especially during this COVID-19 season. When these 6 men came to trim the trees and other major yard work at the Pozos Mission Headquarters today, Phil had the privilege of having some distanced but individual conversations, and giving themContinue reading Laborers Hear the Gospel

Sharing Hygiene Care

On March 22, 2020, just before COVID-19 brought about “shelter in place” requirements, we went out to a ranch about 2 hours away to share the gospel, water filters, bar soap, bleach, hygiene kits, and CDC instructions about COVID-19 and how the people can protect their families. Not exchanging the traditional Mexican hug & kissContinue reading Sharing Hygiene Care

Faithful

This small, but faithful, group of believers as they meet outside every Sunday and Friday, whether we are there or not. When we began going to this ranch weekly 4 years ago, there was one brand new believer, and he asked for our help to reach that area with the gospel. While others have committedContinue reading Faithful

Amazon Smile: An Easy Way to Support Covone Ministries

Do you use Amazon? Are you already connected to your favorite charity? If yes, you use Amazon, and no, you aren’t already connected to a charity… consider connecting to Philip G. Covone Evangelistic Association (aka Covone Ministries), and Amazon will donate 0.5% of each of your orders to our work in Mexico! Thank you!!

Día de Los Muertos

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead or All Souls Day) On November 1 & 2, there will be an explosion of color, sugar candy skulls, and “Day of the Bread” bread for sale everywhere! Street parades, parties, singing, dancing, and costumes and makeup make these days so fun. The cemeteries are overrun with flower-sellingContinue reading Día de Los Muertos