WHO WE ARE

  • OVERVIEW
  • OUR MISSION
  • OUR VISION
  • OUR NAME

Eternal Anchor, founded in December of 2014, is dedicated to offering quality disability services in the communities of rural Baja California, Mexico. We strive for excellence, offering residential care, special education, early intervention, life skills training, community outreach, horse therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and mobility equipment to both children and adults with disabilities. We serve and work alongside families to ensure that they have the tools necessary to raise their children in a region that has almost no government or private resources available. Our passion is to break down the physical and attitudinal barriers that prevent people with disabilities from accessing and participating in their communities. We work hard to heal social divisions so that all members of our community can be valued, experience belonging, and reach their God-given potential.

Eternal Anchor exists to reflect God's hope and love to children and adults with special needs. 

Our vision is to see children and adults with special needs in our community celebrated and nurtured so they can reach their God-given potential.

The name, Eternal Anchor, was chosen for its imagery. Amidst the chaos and the struggles of living life with a disability, our organization strives to offer hope that acts as a safe, stabilizing anchor. This hope is rooted in the eternal, unconditional love God has for all of us (Hebrews 6:19).

WHERE WE ARE

WHAT WE BELIEVE

The Five “Ships” of Eternal Anchor:

ALLYSHIP

We are committed to advocating for and with individuals who have been marginalized by disability.

FRIENDSHIP

We are committed to authentic friendships, valuing people above productivity and love over achievement.

KINSHIP

We are committed to providing a loving home to our children; a place where they live life in family; a place where they are loved unconditionally.

STEWARDSHIP

We are committed to financial transparency, ethical fundraising, and healthy community development practices.

WORSHIP

We are committed to inclusive worship, believing that church communities are not complete while some members are unwelcome or are unable to attend.