Empowering women through Business as Mission in Guatemala. Business as mission means demonstrating what the Kingdom of God is like in the context of business – and as we do so, engaging some of the world’s pressing social, economic, environmental and spiritual issues.
“You give our children a safe place to learn.” Find out what it means for parents to have a safe place to send their children to learn at our community center in the slums of Colonia Santa Fe, Guatemala.
Happenings in Guatemala, October 2016. This month we were blessed to have a visit from F.I.R.E. missionaries in Mexico who now our supervisors. We appreciated their insight and they were a great encouragement to us. We are still here and carrying on with our work, so I guess we passed the test and get keep being missionaries.
Sometimes I’m amazed by the things that amaze children. Last week we took a trip to the zoo. We brought the children who attend classes at our Community Center in Colonia Santa Fe, one of the dangerous “red zones” of Guatemala City.
Small group discipleship with orphans in Guatemala. Spiritual instruction, growth and discipleship is the heart call of every true missionary. In serving the orphan and fatherless the need is great to disciple them in the teachings of Christ.
Lessons from a missionary in Guatemala. Sometimes, things don’t go as planned. Despite our best efforts, despite our good intentions, despite the fact that we may have even done things correctly. They…just…don’t…turn…out.
When kids love to learn great things happen! In our ministry in Guatemala I have found that teaching children is an adventure and each and every child is unique and precious in their own way. Discovering how to reach them in the way that they learn best can be a challenge.
Father's day in Guatemala. What does it mean to be a father? As a father of six wonderful children, today I found myself thinking this, not just in a personal sense, either as a father myself or in relation to my own father, but in the greater sense of God our heavenly father and us, his adopted children.
Mission Trips to Guatemala. What is it that differentiates a mission trip from any other kind of humanitarian aid or social work? Perhaps the reason lies in what we call it, a “mission trip”, if so, what is that mission?
We were blessed to receive a donation of more “Action Bibles” for orphans and vulnerable children in Guatemala. This enabled us to give one to each of the students at the Ravine school. The students, who come from very poor families, had never seen such amazing, illustrated, color Bibles and were excited to receive their very own copy.