We saw 95 patients today! What an amazing trip we've had. Here's a great summary of our trip, from Amy: "TEAM!!! This blog will sound like a broken record to what I have written before, but I cannot say enough about how amazing this team has been and how grateful I am to have the opportunity
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We enjoyed a day of rest worshiping with our brothers and sisters at Iglesia Galilea and then visiting Hobbitenango near Antigua! From Vicki: “I’ve come here so many times and the reason I do is because I love the Guatemalan people. This group is smaller, but it seems more connected. I’m really enjoying being
Our second clinic day is in the books! It was full of so many amazing experiences and stories to share. One highlight from my clinic day was a sweet young woman that waited ever-so-patiently outside my room while I was running behind schedule. I looked up and caught her gaze, and could just see
Today was our final telehealth clinic day. Thank you to the many workers both in Utah and Guatemala that made this happen! Please continue to pray for the people in Guatemala and for ways we can continue to serve this community during such a difficult time. Our first post is from Donna, a nurse
Today, our telehealth team continued to work together to see patients in Guatemala. From Shawnda, one of our faithful team members, working from Utah: "I have heard a lot, and thought it myself, 2020 is the worst. It definitely has been a time a change. That really goes for working with this team. Going
A small team of doctors and nurses here are working to provide medical care through nurses, missionaries, and translators in Guatemala. Although there is nothing more than our team would like right now, we are unable to be face-to-face with our Guatemalan brothers and sisters and we are forever grateful for technology and the
All day Friday we continued to rely on God’s faithfulness to provide good weather for the VUKA (Rite of Passage) Camp graduation ceremony. God is good, we had sunshine in the morning as we helped the girls get ready for the big day. A sweet woman made traditional skirts for us as well. Despite
Greetings from Gogo Diana. Gogo is grandmother in Swahili. Gogos are greatly respected in Kenya. My word for this week is transformation. When we first came, the girls were very quiet and reserved. They looked away when we glanced at them. They didn't engage with us when we were teaching. As the week went
Hi! This is Shangazi Tanya! That’s “auntie” in Swahili😊 We are about halfway through our stay here in the beautiful Mt. Elgon district. I knew I would be in awe of the beauty of the country, people and the work being done here, but there are truly no words to describe HOW in awe I