Hundreds of medical mission trips come to Guatemala every year to provide much needed health care and medications to those who need it. How could medical professionals smartly balance the overwhelming immediate needs and the long-term well being of the communities they serve? Educate.
The quest for manhood is disillusioning for many young men in Guatemala City. Through the little-known and lesser-played sport of American football, the Toros hope to become a beacon and a community for men looking for something to believe in.
Diabetes is a disease that plagues thousands upon thousands of Guatemalans and their families, but very few know much about the disease or how to live with it. That lack of education opens up the door for teaching, sharing life, and giving hope.
Iglesia Reforma celebrated its one-year anniversary since opening its doors in July 2015. How has God been working in the lives of those who have made this church their community?
In July 2016, a small group of potential missionaries came to Guatemala to explore what God is already doing here and to expand our vision of what might be next for Guatemala and for our own lives.
Sigo Vivo walks alongside a folks in Guatemala City who struggle with drugs, homelessness, and constant rejection. Their story and the hard questions it brings.
From everywhere to everywhere: using a multi-cultural team and online tools, the ministry of Manos a la Obra Títeres is having an impact even beyond the borders of Guatemala.
God "heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds," but how can health care for those on the fringes be sustainable and actually help the communities they serve become holistically healthier in the long term? Salud Que Transforma is helping transform what Christian medical care looks like in the complicated scenario of Guatemala.
The odds were stacked against her, but with the help of a ministry called Potter's House, Susy Mejía overcame those odds. She is now living out her dreams of teaching kids everyday.
A puppet ministry takes the joyful message of the Gospel to children at churches, schools, and street fairs throughout Guatemala City.
A ministry called Potter's House helps people who live near the largest garbage dump in Central America. As trash scavengers look for valuable items to recycle for money, the hardest thing to change is their mentality – they need to realize they are the true treasures.
Every Friday, local women line up at the administration building of the largest garbage dump in Central America to receive free medical care and spiritual support.
A seminary in Guatemala City is making disciples for all the nations by providing much-needed theological education to Latin American pastors.
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