Ministry Helps Fill the Gospel Gap in Guatemala

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Guatemala (Mission Network News) Though Christianity in Guatemala has spread, there is still work to be done and lives to be changed, which is why Family Christian recently went on a week-long mission trip to Chichicastenango, Guatemala.

Family Christian Manager-in-training, Stetson Harper, explains the work was centered around helping orphans and widows.

In order to make their reach go even further, they worked with their indigenous ministry partner, Pray America (known as Hands of Jesus in Guatemala).

Harper explains that the work Pray America has accomplished is building the global church. “They’re just doing a beautiful job of not just meeting needs of the people of Guatemala, but they’re sharing the Gospel. They’re making leaders. They’re specifically developing them.”

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