Leadership and Connections in Guatemala!

Amid this COVID season, there has been much need in our communities. During this pandemic, we have seen God’s provision and have seen him touch others’ hearts to help their community. Some leaders, pastors from the community, along with some of our staff, have been involved in helping through the packing and distributing of food to those in need.


The current pandemic has caused a lot of reflection for all of us. Today we take a look back at our Education Site. Over the past six and a half years, the Education Site has faced multiple challenges. There was a lack of materials to prepare for classes, like desks and blackboards, no real classroom space to meet, nor access to restrooms. In addition to that, Nicaragua faced a challenging political situation in 2018 that forced us to close down and serve in other countries.

One Smile Away

Today’s story serves as a reminder of how big of an impact our short-term outreaches have. Benjamin Jones, a student at Joshua Wilderness Institute, got to serve with us in Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic, in January this year.
Preparing for a trip to a foreign country is both exciting and mysterious …. And yet even with all of my preparation, no amount of research could’ve prepared me for the powerful love of God in a matter of just two weeks. God introduced me to a fresh brand of community.

A Breath of Fresh Air

Much like the rest of the world, Costa Rica has been riding the emotional rollercoaster of COVID-19. Beginning in mid-May, the government started phase two of opening the country. This phase affected small businesses as well as our ministry sites. Many of the women in our Microfinance site are small business owners that have been badly hurt by the COVID-19 restrictions. Ivania is one of those small business owners who attended our Microfinance site for the last seven years.

God’s Love, Gospel, and Peace through Virtual Health Care

Our work as missionaries and ambassadors of Christ is to share His love, His gospel, and peace that transcends all understanding. For some of us, this means visiting a member of the community, installing a water filter, and then sharing a cup of coffee as we talk about Jesus and His overwhelming love. In our case, sharing that love and hope means having our patients’ afflictions, whether severe or mild, be both physically and spiritually healed.

Growing Season in Nicaragua!

So much of what we do is built upon relationships and gathering people together in groups. Our agriculture site has suspended their group meetings, but have been able to invest more intentional time with the individual farmers…

Surrender, Thanksgiving, and Praise in Guatemala

Good morning from Guatemala! While things in the United States and other countries continue to open back up, here in Guatemala, we are still under curfew and quarantine. I wanted to share with you how proud I am, as a Field Director, by how our staff here have handled this situation…

Virtual Connections in Costa Rica

This combo of sites (Boys and Girls Club, Women’s Health & Fitness, and Community and Environmental Health) has been so fun! Via Facebook Live, after sharing bible verses every Wednesday and Friday, we do a warmup, a full-body exercise routine, and then a cool down….

A helping hand builds relationships

Today’s story comes from our Health Care Site Staff in Santiago, April, Brenda, and Jhanna, who continue building relationships with those in need. “Thank you. It truly was the Lord that brought us together. I needed this.” These were the sincere words a woman that lives alone in Quinigua said to us as we handed her a food basket…

Double Blessings in Nicaragua

Covid-19 has taken longer to get to Nicaragua, but it is finally here. Factual information is hard to come by here, so we have taken measures to help educate those that we work with…