We hope to be a learning organization that generates excitement and a sense of accomplishment leading to hope and self-worth, a strong work ethic, personal responsibility, leadership skills, and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Programs of the fatted Calf:
A 4-H-like summer program and exposition for the youth at Casa Vida y Esperanza and the community of Magdalena.
The Fatted Calf provides scholarships for the children of CVE to attend college or technical schools.
Each summer, interns work in Magdalena, teaching EXPO project classes and animal practice and assisting with Fatted Calf programs.
The Fatted Calf, along with House of Life and Hope, owns a Mexican meat business, burger restaurant and cattle ranch to build relationships, serve others and provide employment.
To glorify and obey God by providing training and career development to the fatherless and less-privileged of Mexico.
Love and self-sacrifice.
Honesty and trustworthiness.
Open communication and cooperation.
Guided by biblical principles, with Jesus Christ as our example.
Flexibility and adaptability.
Respect for Mexican culture and traditions.
Giving all glory and thanks to God.
We seek to be an adaptable, dynamic learning organization that...
...generates excitement and a sense of accomplishment among people which leads to an awareness of hope and self-worth, a strong work ethic, personal responsibility, leadership skills, and an entrepreneurial spirit.
...creates an environment that teaches people technical skills and produces highly-qualified employees
...instills in individuals the desire and capability to be self-sufficient and not dependent on or looking for hand-outs.
...emphasizes flexibility to take advantage of opportunities as they arise and as God reveals.