So today is our fifth day and so far this trip has been amazing. I have really enjoyed being around all the local Guatemalans and helping them build the church. The main thing that has really stuck out to me the most is how happy and grateful they are. They don’t have as much
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-Harrison (Trip codename: Hollywood) So well, 4 days in and we got infected. Jordan, Thomas, Nicolette, Jacob Jones, and Corey all had a bug. Corey and Jacob are practically fully recovered however the others are still a bit out of it. I attended 3 church services today with Iglesia Galilea. Emma Champ and I
This year is my third year here in this beautiful country. I have loved every second of every trip and every year seems to get better and better every time. The work is always hard but everyone always puts 100% into every task we’re given. It’s only a few days in and I already
I just want to start by saying how grateful I am. We haven’t been here for very long, only 2 days now, but God has already opened my eyes to how much we have and how we need to be grateful for it all. I was thinking about it today and realized that we
San Lucas seemed more lively than I had envisioned (having never been here before), with people out and about and a fair amount of traffic on a weekday afternoon. Several of us team members had crowded into two pickup trucks for a short run to dump some excess dirt from the church construction site.
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I’m writing today’s post from the skies over Miami as we fly home to Utah. It seems surreal to be typing on a computer in a climate controlled plane with clean water, Wi-Fi and snacks. Alas, I’ve been tracked down to write the post though and can’t escape my duty this time….. We were
If I had to sum up this week in one word, I would choose ‘humbled’. First, humbled by the fact that I’m even here! The Lord (and Debbie) has given me such an amazing gift to allow me to be back in Guatemala when it wasn’t a thought in my mind two weeks ago.
Another wonderful day in Guatemala. I really love these people, they are so kind and gracious. I want to share a medical experience I had a few days ago. We had a 9 year old young man who came in with his parents requesting a circumcision. The family said they couldn’t get anyone in