WHAT A NIGHT! Thank you for coming to the screening of our 3 micro-documentaries. IF YOU WATCHED, let me know in the comments below, which of the three films was your favorite. IF YOU DIDN’T WATCH, CLICK HERE to watch all three. I remember getting
Covid has changed the world and it’s definitely changed Guatemala. It’s still law to wear a mask and everyone seems to be complying. They’re not great social distancers but it does seem like we’re on the other side of the curve. Buses are running at
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
“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
I was driving home after dark and passed this small tienda. There’s a lady on every corner selling tortillas, so the competition is massive. You can usually get 4-5 tortillas for 1 Quetzal (.13 cents) which means the profit margin is horrible. They have to
If you’re not careful, if you peel too many layers of an onion back, you might feel. Pain. Sadness. Heartbreak. Hunger. Love. I think it’s easy to go through life, not actually feeling. We all generally have routines. Get up. Check social media/email. Coffee. Breakfast.
For the first few years, as I drove into El Rosario, Rosalinda would often run from her house that was tucked away from the road, to meet me as I drove by. Every time we talked, she seemed desperate. Life or death desperate. Of
Magdalena and her family will be some of our neighbors in El Rosario. Her kids always show up to the academy when classes end so they can play soccer. I see a lot of late afternoon soccer in our future. 🙂 I think the
First Things First As you know, we raised $63,400 during our fundraisers in Colorado in October. So far, we have raised $16,500 with our Power of Prayer Journal fundraiser! That brings our total to $79,900! We have been working with the builder and architect and
Happy Thanksgiving! There are a few days that hit us the hardest throughout the year. And because Guatemala doesn’t celebrate thanksgiving (obviously), it’s one of those days we really feel the separation. Here are a few things I’m thankful for: 10.