We are praying for teachers who give grace. Grace is defined by. “the love and mercy given to us by God because God desires us to have it, not because of anything we have done to earn it”. We all like for grace to be given to us but many times we do not offer … More Teachers Who Give Grace
We are now in the beginning process of interviewing teachers. The process will be a 3 step process over the next several months to find teachers we believe are called to teach at the school. There will be decision made after months of prayer and asking the Lord to clearly speak to us about who … More Teachers Who Protect Unity
This afternoon, the children from the center were invited by Luis Marroquin (My Special Treasure School) to participate in an event hosted by Samaritan’s Purse. About 100 of our children received a box filled with toys, clothes, colors, etc. The children and parents listened to the Gospel and sang songs before receiving the … More Samaritan’s Purse
Happy Mother’s Day in Guatemala! This week the children made special gifts to give their mothers. Do they have school on Mother’s Day? I still do not have a definite answer to this question. I am pretty sure every school and every class is different. Some children have class and some do not! However, … More Feliz Dia de las Madres
Here are a few pictures of some we actually remembered to take pictures of… We gather pine cones for the fires at our house. We receive special attention by eating corn dogs and jumping on the trampoline. (They convinced me to let them do some chores to earn money to for a school activity–Very Few … More Just Another Week…
“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” James 1:27 We have waited months to write this blog! Sergio is one of the original students at the feeding center. According to … More Sergio’s Land
If you come to Guatemala often you have probably met Cristobal. He is the guard at the bottom of the mountain. He currently has two children in the program. A very good, hard-working family. Click this link for a short video. Cristobal–Thank You!