Yes, we run two community centers in Guatemala teaching Bible, computer classes and tutoring 150 kids, but hugely important is that we give them a safe place to learn. Read on to find out why that's so important.
Multiplication! Missionary goes from 30 classes a month to 300 in Guatemala in ministry! Over the past few years we have seen incredible growth in our ministry in Guatemala, but it didn't happen by chance. Let me tell you how it happened.
The repercussions of generational brokenness are widely disseminated through our culture. Especially in relation to fatherlessness in Guatemala. But the cycle that seemingly persists so endlessly can be broken.
A key part of our missionary work in Guatemala is our Friday night class with the girls from the orphanage Fundaninos lately we have been placing an emphasis on life preparedness. We recently finished a Bible study series on Christian work ethic and had the girls evaluate their lives and discuss the areas where they thought they could improve in that aspect.
The Unquantifiable. During my time as a missionary in Guatemala I have found that there are some things that are connected to our lives which we never see in their fullness. Like the ripples in a pond carrying out from the splash made by a rock tossed into water. The fruit of and long term effects of ministry oftentimes carry on beyond our sight.
This month was the first vacation camp for the kids at the orphanage Fundaninos in Guatemala. their School ended at the beginning of November and for two weeks they had a great time having cooking, woodworking, dance, music and art class.
Missionary News From Guatemala, January 2016. One of the things I love most about being in Guatemala for Christmas, is celebrating it with the children we love. Our children, friends, current and former students. Together we celebrate the birth of Christ in community with one another.