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Every photo has a story ❤️

How can we possibly thank you?  We don’t expect you to look at every photo but pick a few, take your time, and imagine where they might live?  Do they have electricity (50% do not)?  Do they have dirt floors?  Is their home made of

My biggest frustration with your donation [COVID-19]

Quarantine probably isn’t the same for the people of El Rosario as it is for you.  There’s no high-speed internet.  Actually, there’s almost no internet at all.  No computers.  No Amazon.  No Netflix.  No big screen tv’s. Most homes are 300-400 square feet for families

Love your neighbor as yourself

In the last 2 weeks we’ve delivered over 5,000 lbs of food to more than 50 families, mostly the elderly and single moms.  We couldn’t have done it without you!  Meet some of the people you helped! This is what $50 buys and what we

The market is a giant Covid petri dish

One month ago on March 15th Guatemala had its first confirmed case of the Corona virus. One month later, there are 430. There were 43 new cases just yesterday. A closer look at those numbers and you realize they don’t tell the whole story, (there

It’s been a crazy month these last few days

“WE HAVE DIFFERENT MOUNTAINS AND RIVERS BUT WE SHARE THE SAME SUN, MOON AND SKY.” – Quote from a Chinese poem How are you??? It’s been a crazy month these last few days. Every time I sit down to write an update, I feel like

New Year. New Decade. New Hope.

Our fundraisers in November were INSANE. Our goal was to raise the operating budget of $58,024, which to be honest, was a stretch. We’ve never raised that much money in two nights. We ended up raising just over $70,000. This is what that extra money

Those last few miles are MURDER!

(I know…nice shorts.  Don’t judge me.  And not a gray hair in sight!) In 1999 Vonda and I ran our first marathon.  It was also our last.  Haha.  If you’ve ever run a marathon, you know those last few miles are MURDER!  My gout had

“How long shall I pray Lord?”

If you haven’t read part one click HERE.  Part two, click HERE. I think every missionary has one.  That ONE person or that one circumstance they just couldn’t help.  For me, that person was Jose Mario.  When will God answer our prayers?  “How long shall

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