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.
Moving from Betterment to Development as a Missionary in Guatemala. In seeking to help others we need to make a concerted effort to move from betterment to development if we truly want to have a lasting impact.
Guatemala Missionary News April 2015. What is so amazing about the book of Esther? One of the things we find unique about Jewish culture compared to other cultures was the commandment that they care for those less fortunate, specifically, widows and orphans.
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.
In our work caring for orphaned and vulnerable children in Guatemala, we see the heart of the Gospel. The Gospel is God doing for us what we cannot do for ourselves, so, when we reach out and care for the orphaned or vulnerable, are doing for them what they cannot do for themselves and that is the beauty of the love God has for us.