This post from Cait Our time in Guatemala comes to a bittersweet end – but we all are truly “joyfully exhausted”. It has been a blessing to be able to see familiar faces, meet new friends, and now share memories to last a lifetime. Our team was talking tonight about just how beautiful heaven
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This post by Mary Lee As children wait at the clinic, playing with the colorful and mesmerizing “parachute” is one of our favorite activities! In the large courtyard, you will often see 10-12 youngsters (plus “young-at-heart” adults) gathered in the afternoons. Grabbing the many handles on the outer edge of the flat, colorful circle
This post by Jared Today I woke up at 6:10am, having gone to bed at 9:15pm. I'm pretty sure I could have gone back to sleep for another 5 hours. But I couldn't, there was just too much fun to be had. Because today is our day off. It's PARTY TIME! We started the
This post by Alesa Some will ask, “Why go to Guatemala to help people when there are plenty of people in our own country that need help?” For me it is an easy answer. First of all, I believe that those belonging to Christ have all been called to share the Gospel all over
This post by Dennis So, my favorite phrase from the country song, “Help Somebody” is “If you want to hear God laugh, tell Him your plans”, and that is so true for me so far on this amazing journey that God has allowed me to be a part of. I had a pre-conceived notion
This post by Sherry Today was our first day at Healing Nations and it was an early morning. We were excited and nervous. We’ve all been praying hard that we could minister to others in a loving, servant way and I felt His presence today. My interpreter and I spent the day giving the
In a little over two weeks, this team (and a few others not pictured) will travel to Honduras to work alongside Cristo Centro Peñasquitos in serving their community. Please pray for this team as they prepare for their trip. Keep checking the blog for updates during the teams stay and be sure to leave