Young Life Adventures Baja

Partnered Ministry ~ On Going

The vision of Strong Tower Ministries, Inc., is to connect those who want to serve others with a meaningful serving experience in Baja, Mexico. Young and old alike are encouraged to participate, resulting in great ministry partners that share the same vision. One such organization is Young Life Christian Camps. Young Life was founded in 1941 in Colorado Springs, Colorado to introduce suburban high school students to Christ. 

Young Life has grown to over 700 ministries, located in 324 cities, that engage over 300,000 students annually. Summer camps are a major focus, both in the United States and around the globe. Young Life Adventure Camps Abroad focuses on discipleship and serving, while maintaining a “camp like” atmosphere familiar to students. 

In 2015, Strong Tower Ministries, Inc., and Young Life combined resources and relationships in Baja, Mexico to form a partnership hosting a summer camp program. Students come from all over the United States to Baja for a week long camp experience, which focuses on loving God and others. They engage in serving projects throughout the week that challenge the students to reach outside their comfort zones. This year will mark the 5th year of the camp, which takes place during the month of July, located onsite at Rancho Sordo Mundo in the Guadalupe Valley. 

For more information on how you can become a Strong Tower Ministries volunteer or intern please email us at JIM@STMBAJA.ORG  If you are interested in becoming part of a Young Life group or want more information on how your Young Life group can attend this summer camp, click FIND OUT MORE


Rancho Sordo Mundo - Camp base

Valle de Guadalupe, Baja, Mexico

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  • Month of July - Week long summer camp annually 
  • Partner Ministry introducing suburban high school students to Christ
  • Adventure Camp Abroad focused on discipleship and serving within a camp atmosphere for students 

Rancho Sordo Mundo

Valle de Guadalupe, Baja, Mexico

Valle de Guadalupe, Jalisco, Mexico