How do we Serve At Risk Families?

The past couple weeks we have been posting about the families we are serving here and their needs.  Without you guys, none of this is possible.  God has put it on our hearts that part of our ministry here is to bridge the gap between the U.S. and the needs in Guatemala.  If you are […]

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The Mateo Family

November 20th is a day we won’t soon forget.  We had the opportunity to meet Ludwin, a paraplegic artist and his family.  Yes, I said paraplegic artist…but let’s start from the beginning: Ludwin was born in Guatemala a paraplegic.  He has practically no use of his body from his shoulders down.  He can move his […]

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The Time Has Come

As some of you may remember I posted a blog back in August of last year about us leaving missions school early and not going to Guatemala.  We had just found out at that time that the outreach trip part of our missions training was going to be postponed until we were in Guatemala and […]

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Fear

As we start winding up the end of language school and start preparing for the future, I’ve noticed an odd emotion creeping up: fear.  We’ve been having more frequent meetings about next month and what is going to happen: moving into our new place, organizing projects for the team that is coming to work serve with […]

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A day for the embajada y banco (embassy and bank)!!

We’d like to thank you all for your prayers about us getting our passports validated and our Guatemalan bank account set up.  We were FINALLY able to accomplish both of these things on Thursday.  Praise the Lord!! As I wrote in my previous post we needed to have our passports validated before we could set […]

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