Northern Mexico
Contact Information
Office Contact:

Francisco Viramontes

Office Address:

Calle Zapopan #4205
Col. Residencial Cedros
Monterrey, NL

Country Demographics

Mexico City


Spanish, various Mayan, Nahuatl, and other regional indigenous languages

Roman Catholic 76.5%, Protestant 6.3% (Pentecostal 1.4%, Jehovah's Witnesses 1.1%, other 3.8%), other 0.3%, unspecified 13.8%, none 3.1%

Life Expectancy:
75.84 years

GDP per-capita:

Of Interest:
The Tropic of Cancer effectively divides the country into temperate and tropical zones. This gives Mexico one of the worlds most diverse weather systems. Mexico is also one of the 18 megadiverse countries of the world, with over 200,000 different species, making it home to 10 -12% of the world's biodiversity.

Middle America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, between Belize and the US and bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and the US.

Office Staff

Francisco Viramontes

Office Manager

Manager History:

I grew up in a Catholic family, merely traditional rather than by conviction. After living without any interest in God, when I was around 20 years old I started feeling a longing within me, which I had never felt before. I thought it was time to really be Catholic as I should, so I approached the Catholic church, I joined the church group and played the electric base guitar, but my thing was the drums. They would not lend them to me. After a few months, I noticed that feeling of longing still in me. The priest never told us to read the Bible nor to try to seek more of God, he only asked that we arrived in a timely manner for the mass and not to fail to give the alms. So I decided to leave in a peaceful manner that unknown need of “something” in me and left the church group.

Sometime later a brother asked us to buy a Bible, so I would see the truth of things. I was not married yet. My now wife and I decided to buy a Bible and read it. She would read it in the mornings, and at night I would take it home to read. This brother had a rather strange book sent to me, it was called “The Revelation Of The Seven Seals."  (it was not the current format that we offer in VGR, but it was written out in a typewriter) I don´t think it was my time to read this book, and the translation was a bit hard to read. Afterwards I was lent two Messages, The Oncoming Storm and One More Time, Lord. These books I could understand perfectly. They were in a very pleasant way of speaking (reading) what God has given us.

When I realized it, I had read the entire New Testament and had finished from Genesis to Chronicles, the matter now was facing the Word. Coming from a Catholic home the tradition was strong, especially around Christmas when we have a tree and the representation of the birth of Jesus. We have four boys, each had their own “baby Jesus." Each year we would take turns to lay him down and then pick him up, that year it was my turn to do it, I had only been reading the Bible 4 months prior to that. I ran into Exodus 20:3, a decision had to be made, so I spoke with my parents and let them know that was wrong, and that I would not participate in it again.

Another year went by, my then girlfriend, and I continued reading the Bible and the Message. With each book we read our understanding of the Word broadened. The moment came when we read Mark 16, He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned, and then in the Message, Bro. Branham repeatedly said that we had to be baptized, but exactly as the Bible teaches in Acts 2:38, in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ. That’s when we started to look for a church to be baptized in. After going through several Pentecostal Churches and other branches, we realized that none of them baptize according to the Bible. Praise God we found a place to be baptized the correct way, the 2nd day of December of 2000 was when we went down into the waters. Not considering the frigid weather in Monterrey, for it was 19ºF, the baptismal place had a layer of ice over the top.

This Message stirred the desire in us to take it to each person on the face of the earth, well, at least that was our desire, share it from México to Chile. To travel and hand out the few copies we had, and Bibles that we bought with the first fruits from what we sold. I had just purchased a 1960 Willis Jeep, and I wanted so it would be possible to take the Message to places where a common vehicle could not go today. God is moving the governments to pave the roads for me, and to build better routes for me to be able to take This precious Spiritual Food to a hungry people of God.

In October of 2008 the position of distributor was offered to me, something I had always wanted. Only  back then I had a very promising job. After 5 years of looking for a position as a quality engineer in one of the best firms in the country, I finally had the position. But that did not stop me, for now I would be doing something that I always wanted to do since coming to know the Lord Jesus Christ. I would be taking the Message (not copies now), but taking the original books and tapes. While it’s true that I don´t travel all the way to Chile taking the Message, it is also true that the five states that we serve are an enormous territory. There is no doubt that God equips His men for the job. I could not imagine how it would be if I did not like traveling so much and drive the way I like to and enjoy doing so.

Sister Karina Serna I thank the Lord Jesus Christ for allowing me to come to know this wonderful Message of the hour. I was 15 years old when I started reading the messages that a brother would bring to our house for my mom and I. My husband now, back then my boyfriend, and I would share the messages with him and one day we decided to dedicate more time to God. We started by buying a Bible to read, and we continued like this for an entire year reading each message we received.  The moment came that we could no longer be without the baptism; we felt the great need to do this just by reading and hearing the messages in our home. One difficulty that came up was that we did not know of any church believing the message in Monterrey. But this brother gave us an idea of how to get to one and we went out looking for it street by street. It was not long before we found it and there we were baptized, and the following year were married there. This is my testimony and I am very grateful to my Lord who is always guiding us to do the best and the proof of that is that we have this job that since our youth was always our longing.

God bless you.

Office History

In November of 2008, the change of distributor was official. This led to move the office from Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua to Monterrey, Nuevo León, the most important industrial city of México. In January 2009 the material was moved from the Ciudad Juarez office to Monterrey. This whole year was spent working on the office making sure it had the necessary things to accommodate the Bride of the Lord Jesus Christ comfortably. The furniture was brought in, the air conditioners were installed, and custom shelving was made to fit the boxes of the precious Spiritual Food. The office was inaugurated in 2010. It includes a video viewing hall, a show room, distributor’s office and two rooms/storage where the Message in stock is stored.  In one of these rooms is where the Material is organized to be distributed, preparing it by areas of distribution into 5 blocks according to the routes for the material. VGR Monterrey is located in the area west of the city of Monterrey.

In the five routes of distribution, we travel over 6,835 miles, from places completely paved in cities with a population of more than 7 million. To places with just 3 neighboring families, and another 7 in the surrounding area, in the Chihuahua Mountain Range, driving off road for 3 hours (40 mi).

The list has grown from 100 addresses to 136 including the ones in the mountain ranges, and now the work is to continue spreading the Message to places where there are no churches or believers of the Message.