The Plain Gospel Mission is based on the ongoing work of Wayne and Carolyn Brown. Wayne’s parents, Reverend and Mrs. T H. Brown established the Plain Gospel Mission, January 1, 1965. The main objective was to present the Gospel in a clear and plain fashion to the lost people of Mexico. To reach the uneducated people in villages that often had no roads and often no running water or electricity, the… message had to be plain and to the point. Hence the name, Plain Gospel Mission. Brother T.H. would walk or ride horses into many remote villages taking the Gospel to people who had never heard the Word. Wayne was privileged to accompany his father on many of these trips.
Wayne and Carolyn officially joined the mission in July, 1985. They, along with four children, left their home, their construction business, and most modern conveniences to take the Gospel to a fishing village near the state of Vera Cruz. In 1988, when Brother T.H. had to stop traveling in Mexico due to heart problems, he began to train Wayne to lead the mission. Brother T.H. continued to support and bless the mission until February 2000, when he went home to be with the Lord.
The work that Brother Brown started has grown even more than he ever imagined. There are now 32 churches in remote villages with national pastors sharing the Word of God. National men and women have been trained through Bible seminary classes taught by teachers and pastors provided by the Plain Gospel Mission. Children are fed and cared for through mission efforts. Short-term mission groups are blessed, as they are a blessing when they visit Wayne and Carolyn in Mexico. There are now other Americans serving with the national pastors in Mexico. There are still churches being planted in villages that have never heard the Gospel. Please continue to pray for this ministry and those that serve with the Plain Gospel Mission.