For the fourth year in a row, Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA is serving with Touch the World Ministries, based out of Allendale, NJ to bring a team of students to Juarez, Mexico as an alternative spring break trip. We will continue on the final stages of construction on a school that was begun in 2005. Over 100 Mexican children are being sponsored by families in the US for $30 a month, an unthinkable price for such a poverty-stricken community. This community of Felipe Angeles used to be a garbage dump, and the families there have built their homes out of whatever they could find. This year, our team will be working with the families in support of the school to improve their homes and break through poverty. We have formed lasting relationships with the children there, even though they only speak Spanish, and most of us do not. By breaking down the language barrier, we have learned to communicate with love to children starved for attention. This Christian school has increased the faith of everyone in the community and the improvements each year are astounding. We need to raise $450 each plus plane tickets, but we have faith that we can do it, though we'll need all the help we can get. We know that we've been blessed with so much, and we have to give back that much more.