Missy’s Upcoming Internship

Missy explains the situation with her studies and why we need to return to the US for two years.  

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Going Home

We made it safely back to Guatemala.  Here are some clips of the process!   Click here to learn more about the Perez Family!

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A very special prayer request

This week we serve with scrap wood, meet with our boss, and Missy shares a HUGE prayer request regarding her school requirements.

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A Morning with Jorge and his Boys

Dylan spends a morning with Jorge, Kevin, and Brandon to see where Jorge works on growing crops to sustain his family.

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The Call to Counsel

Missy shares a school project of how she received God’s call to become a counselor.

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Recovering from Holy Week

This week as we recover from Holy Week, we visited a few families to have some hard discussions, deliver birthday cake, and chop some wood! Missy is spending her “free time” catching up on her school reading and Dylan celebrates taking 3rd place in a fitness contest.

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ASELSI Grads and Spiritual Formation

Ok, I know the title is a bit cryptic, so I will explain.  ASELSI stands for Association for Equipping the Saints International.   The acronym is actually created from the Spanish way of saying it (in case you were trying to figure out where the “L” came from).  You can see more about their program […]

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Time in the U.S. and then some time apart

We are excited to share with all of you that we will be coming back to the U.S. in a few weeks! We have a lot of amazing things going on during this visit to the states! As always we will be connecting with churches to share about what God is doing in Guatemala.  We […]

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Calculated risk

Recently, I was reading the book, In a pit with a lion on a snowy day by Mark Batterson.  If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend it. It’s a book about the importance of being willing to step out in faith and take calculated risks so that you can achieve great things for the Kingdom. […]

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Accepted

As most of you know from my last blog post I had an interview at Messiah College on September 21, 2017 to see if I would be accepted to their marriage, couple and family counseling degree program.  What I didn’t include in that post (because I was trying to surprise some people) was that through […]

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