The team has arrived home safe and sound. Thank you to everyone for your financial and prayer support....

Today was a day of exploration! We first visited a coffee farm, and then a volcano. At the coffee farm, we learned about the history of coffee in Guatemala. It was interesting, we got to walk through a field full of coffee trees loaded with...

Victory at last! We finally accomplished the strenuous task of moving 2000 cinderblocks up onto the roof of the high school building. What was the saying again? Many hands make light work? Let’s just say that ‘light work’ left out the part about strained muscles...

The grade twelve class continued working with the school today. For most of the day we moved cinder blocks to the roof of the secondary school building where they plan on adding another floor. With the supplies, we move from one location to another it...

Today, we went to the school early in the morning. The hill is still a challenge, and it doesn’t seem to be getting easier to climb. This morning we sang worship with the high school students instead of the little ones, and spent the first...

Hola mi amigos! Hope all is well back in the mothership (aka good ol’ Canada). Today was another early morning! We were up and at ‘em around 6, with the exception of a few stragglers… The Hill was quite the workout, as always, but the smiles...

The day started off with another walk all the way up the hill to the school, to see all our little friends again. As we walked up the hill, Simon had the bright idea of sprinting up the hill, in attempt to beat everyone to...

We began our fourth day with a time of worship, singing a few of our favourite songs and praying for the day. Then we headed to the historical capital city of Antigua nearby, which has been replaced by Guatemala City. We experienced a part of the...

Painting the Church: Today the grade twelve class had an opportunity to work with one of the local churches. The pastor Luis owns a nearby church located in Parramos. They explained to us that they wanted to improve the church by adding an area for...

Hello fellow family and friends! We hope you’re cold because we aren’t! Today, we went to the school for the first time, Colegio Cristiano Avivando el Fuego (CCAF) which means "Fanning the Flame Christian School". One thing we are not used to are the treacherous climbs...