In an earlier post, I asked the question, “How is God working here?”, and I’ve been trying to show little by little how God was moving in El Zapatillo and … Continue reading Getting Real
We got up at 4am, grabbed our lunches and headed for the bus station for the ride to Rio Dulce. The comfort and convenience of the Guatemalan bus system that … Continue reading Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, Whoop, Johnny… the long bus ride
There is something awe inspiring about this specific tree. With a massive trunk reaching to the heavens it stands tall above all the others. It tells all the other trees, “Here … Continue reading “The” Tree
The bus was packed tight as was our luggage. The ride to the group home was slow, stop and go. The air was thick with exhaust fumes from the traffic … Continue reading The Group Home
Upon arriving in Guatemala City we gathered ourselves, our luggage and ventured through the doors into the streets. There were people everywhere standing around the doors and guards were pushing … Continue reading Arriving in Guatemala City
Last night I arrived in Houston with final preparations to head into Guatemala. This morning I went to the airport and met the rest of my team from The Pointe Church. … Continue reading How is God working here?
We have arrived in Guatemala City and on the way to our destination. As we sit in traffic we noticed the faces of other people on the bus. Like most … Continue reading A wave and a smile
We don’t have a fancy budget or promo videos with mailing literature to recruit or advertise what we do. Probably the greatest advertisement we own is – ‘believe in what … Continue reading Tecate, Mexico – FCA
Yesterday I posted about a friend’s God moment. What I didn’t say in that post is that I had a God Moment of my own yesterday. Let me just begin … Continue reading a journey begins
In just a couple weeks I’ll be leaving on a mission to Guatemala along with other team members from The Pointe Church. This 8-day trip will be hosted by CH … Continue reading El Zapatillo, Guatemala
Who wears your scars?