LAST FULL DAY On our last full day in Guatemala, while the team prepared for the festival tonight in San Lucas, our roving reporter caught up with everyone and asked which memory would be strongest for them after we return home. Here’s what they had to say: Rachelle: The home visits, seeing where and
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It’s time for another Guatemala trip to come to an end. This has been such a great trip full of many experiences. This year’s team, even though it is smaller than past teams, seems to have accomplished much more than construction, a couple festivals, and home visits. We have laughed, cried, shared stories, and
Hi guys! This is Rachelle, I’ve been going to Capital Church for about 18 months and this is my first trip to Guatemala! This trip has been mind-blowingly amazing! I’m not quite sure what all I expected coming into it, but I know it has been way better than I ever could have imagined.
Hi my name is Noah. So all of my incredibly awesome friends who attended to capital church kept telling me about this amazing trip! It was the Guatemala mission trip! After five years of thinking and praying and asking a lot of questions, I finally accepted the fact that God was really trying to
Hola mis amigos! Ese me ur boi Tomas! Today we worked super hard. To begin the day off, we had to wear hard hats for the 1st time EVER!!! Almost everybody thought they were super uncomfortable but for me they were sweet!! It made me feel like I was BOB the Builder. Immediately after
When people say “God’s timing is perfect,” they probably aren’t referring to stories like this one; but here goes … When it came time to make a decision whether to join the Guatemala team, one of my hesitations — and I’m not proud to admit this — came when I realized we would be
Hello everyone! My name is Emma Champ and this is my second year going to Guatemala! I was a last minute addition to the team, but I have never been happier and have loved every second of the trip so far! After a day of lots of manual labor, and a second day of
Today was day two in Guatemala. Yesterday was spent doing a lot of hard work hauling dirt and sand. We spent most of the day filling in a trench on the back side of the church and also shoveling sand for cement mixing. We had to move it all from one side of the
Hi, this is Vicki, I’m not in the group photo because I have been in Guatemala since the Healing Nations medical mission in January. What an amazing experience this has been! I love Guatemala. After the mission in January I went to school in Antigua to learn Spanish. After my time in Antigua I