581 - Village Chenault Suchitepéquez

General orientation at Casa de FéThe Wheel Chair Assembly Team

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As I sit on an airplane headed back home, I have had a chance to reflect on this past week of changing lives for more than 2,200 people in Guatemala.  And indeed, lives have been changed!   We saw two young boys, 5 and 7 years old, hear their parent’s voices for the first time.  Over 400... Read More
After serving 1,159 patients the previous two days at San Francisco Zapotitian, we moved to a new village today.  Pueblo Nuevo is a little smaller, a little more isolated and at an elevation of over 3,100’, it is nestled in the foothills of a large volcano.  As before, a large crowd of people... Read More
Meet Sebastian.

93 year old Sebastian He is a 93-year-old man who has suffered from Parkinson’s for about 10 years. His wife died about six months ago so he now lives with his daughter, Francisca, in a town about two hours from here.  Sebastian can stand with some help and... Read More
Morning devotionals began at 5:45am, followed by breakfast and a one-hour bus ride to San Francisco Zapotitian, the site of our first village clinic.  After a quick group picture, the 45 team members from the U.S. and about 20 from Guatemala began work. At about 8:00am, the gates to the... Read More
“This is the day! This is the day! This is the day the Lord has made!” rang out as Rev. Paul Nazarian led our morning devotional time.  He drew our attention to Micah 6:8 where we are urged “to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.”

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Most of the Chenault Village Team traveled from Houston to Guatemala and were met in Antigua by members coming from other parts of the country.  Team members hail from Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Knoxville, Pittsburg, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver. 

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