Welcome to www.ymimexico.org, the homepage for The Poulette Family, youth ministry trainers to Latin America living in Mexico City. Here’s where you can find out about us and our ministry.

Who are we?

We have been happily married since July 26, 1997. Dennis has a B.S. degree in youth ministry from Liberty University and an M.A. in theology from Columbia Biblical Seminary.

Janell has a dental assisting degree from Pasco-Hernando Community College. We lived in Florida before moving to Mexico. Dennis was a youth pastor and Janell worked for Nielsen Media Research.

Nathan was born in 2005, Benjamin in 2008, and Shiloh came along in 2010.

What do we do?

Our ministry in Mexico City with Youth Ministry International is to train nationals for local church youth ministry. We do that through a formal training program called The Center for Youth Ministry at the Mexican Baptist Theological Seminary. We also train informally with workshops, seminars, and conferences. We direct YMI’s Latin America ministry and are looking to help in other Latin American countries as well as Mexico.

Why do we do it?

Ninety-seven percent of the world’s trained youth workers live and work in the United States, ministering to less than 3% of the world’s youth population. That means there is one youth worker for every 600 young people in the United States. In the rest of the world, there is one youth worker for every 600,000 young people. Ninety percent of those who accept Christ do so before their 21st birthday.

The world is in desperate need for trained youth workers who can minister and help young people in the local church. The youth of Latin America are abandoning the church in record numbers. We must reach the next generation. We believe that we can help train people to do that.

If you want to see a summary of what we do, check out this video from our first year and a half in Mexico.

How can You Help?

There are many ways you can help this ministry. You can subscribe to our email updates that come every other week. This will help you be able to pray for us. If you want to be a part of the snail mail newsletter, you can email us. You can also contribute financially through YMI’s website (just put that it’s for the Poulette Family in the comments) or by sending a check to YMI to the address below. Please let us know if you choose to do that.

Support Address:
Youth Ministry International
1300 Envoy Circle
Suite 1306
Louisville, Kentucky 40299

Other ways to contact us.

6 Responses to “About”

  1. I just randomly came across your page through a money saving website. My sister & brother-in-law & baby niece are going to be IMB missionaries in Mexico in August. Are you with the IMB? They have finished training in the states & are headed in the next few days to Canada for the last part of training before heading to Mexico. Guadalaraja is where they will be in Mexico. I am not sure if that is anywhere near you. I am actually in Argentina with my husband but we are not missionaries, but I can say we are as we are all called to be. Here is my sister´s families mission website: http://www.odomsonmission.com/ I pray all is well with your family as you are making a difference for Christ!

  2. my kindergarteners had to find missionaries for Awanas. we found you! we have some wonderful friends the ‘paulettes’, so when they saw your name.. they had to pick you all.. close enough when you are 5!
    thanks for what you do.. God bless.

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  4. […] You want to help? Check out this page for a video of their work and more information. What would be cool is if a youth ministry here in the US could partner with kids in Mexico for prayer support and the like. […]

  5. […] we met up with the Poulette family, and visited Papalote, the children’s museum.  The picture is of Hannah, Nathanael, and […]

  6. […] Florida at the end of this month. (We are going back to Mexico but only  for a few months. We are missionaries, so it is time for us to take a furlough.) I have a pantry full of food so I am trying to make some […]

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