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Updates from San Pedro

Challenges
By: Pam Chevalier
Sep 23, 2020

Well, the school year is quickly ending, and we barely had 45 days of the usual 180 days here at the school itself.  The year was just starting, we had not even finished our first quarter when the news came: “All schools will be closed until further notice.”.  Not unlike anywhere else in the world, […]

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Medical Ministry Update
On: Sep 22, 2020
By: Luz Elena Falla

We all are very tired of hearing about COVID.  So many articles with updates and information that we may know for some time now and has not changed much. The more it is said about it, the more we want to get our mind off it.  And, probably, we have considered to give up, or […]

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Stepping Out in Faith
On: Aug 28, 2020
By: Ester Battz

Once again, I am grateful for the privilege of expressing a few words hoping, as always, that they will be of blessing and be edifying. There is so much in my heart making it difficult to express in words and impossible to do it through this letter, but what little I can say comes from […]

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When Will I See You Again?
On: Aug 25, 2020
By: Pam Chevalier

Moved by the faith he witnessed in Pastor Emilio and his wife Ester in the construction of a Christian school in San Pedro La Laguna, Sololá, Joe LoMonaco, the founder of Proyecto Fe International brought its first short-term mission trip to Guatemala in December of 1996.  Over the course of the following twenty-four years God […]

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Coming Back Home
On: Aug 24, 2020
By: Luz Elena Falla

The longer this time of lockdown takes, the more hope and endurance tends to weaken. This month, we have a real story of a villager that is coming back home with a beautiful story to tell, full of hope, happiness, and new plans of service to her people. Here it is. Be blessed. Dr. Luz […]

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Where is our Trust?
On: Jul 22, 2020
By: Luz Elena Falla

The dreaded day came. One positive case emerged in San Pedro and the community is looking for answers. It is possible that the patient caught the virus in Santa Clara but there is nothing certain about anything anymore. This patient decided to stay at home and, there was no other choice, the referral hospital was […]

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Chain of Love
On: May 20, 2020
By: Luz Elena Falla

In a time of pandemic what else is there to say……..it looks like the news is already repeating themselves.  The numbers keep going up and we still do not have the cure.  Guatemala is not different than the rest of the world, even with the curve going up exponentially, we have no cases in San […]

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Life in San Pedro through Covid-19
On: May 19, 2020
By: Carla Montenegro

As I walk to the store to buy a few things my mind remembers the usual Sunday sounds that impregnate the environment here – church worship leaders tuning their instruments, the roar of tuc tuc engines as they drive around town, voices in the jam-packed market, street vendor voices offering their products, the laughter of […]

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School at Home
On: May 18, 2020
By: Jorge Ramirez

On March 13th, the day Middle School had a field trip to an amusement park, we found out that the first case of Covid 19 in Guatemala had been confirmed. Previously, a few weeks before, we had had a conversation with Dr. Luz Elena who had explained to us all about the virus and the […]

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Hope in the Midst of the Storm
On: May 18, 2020
By: admin

By: Elena Rocché and David González Dear brothers and sisters, We are living through difficult times. As a human being, it has affected me, I am not going to deny that. I had so many plans for this year that had to be placed on hold, and mostly, my heart aches for the ministry work […]

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