On Sunday morning, the third of June, the volcano named "Fuego" [Fire] underwent a devastating eruption. While it is still too soon to assess
the total extent of the damage and loss of life, we are already helping those families torn-apart by this catastrophe. Please join us in providing food, medicine, clothing and even professional mental health counseling to aid the survivors in dealing with this tragedy.
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El dia Domingo el Volcan de "Fuego" causo una devastadora erupcion lanzando material piroclastico. Esta ceniza ardia y soterro 3 poblados, hasta el momento van 75 muertos y 156 desaparecidos. Heridos por quemaduras graves y perdidas materiales. Porfavor ayuda a las necesidades basicas de los centros de Acopio colocados por la CONRED. Como Organizacion estaremos comprando, comida, medicamentos, enseres personales (jabon, shampoo, cepillos de dientes, etc) ropa, Chamarras, cobijas etc.
Necesitamos tu ayuda y tus ORACIONES. TODOS SOMOS GUATEMALA.
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In this clip, you'll listen to how the lava came down through the stalks
of corn, catching everyone by surprise. No one imagined that this
eruption would be drastically different than the hundreds of others. She
speaks about screaming for people to run but no one believed her. She
even shares how she wanted to call others in her family but her cell
didn't have any time left on it. Our dear sister also shared with us (in
another clip) about her family's loss (50+ members) while also
addressing the larger numbers who are still unaccounted. She mentioned
that in 2014, there were approx 8500 living within her village. Yet
there less than 4000 between those staying in shelters and those whose
remains have been recovered. This means that there are ~4000 still
Would you be willing to minister to a group of people that lives in a
city dump? What if it also meant constantly putting your life at risk
because of crime? And what if you did this in Guatemala? In this
episode, I sit down with Pastor Dana Craft, founder of A Mission Challenge.
Dana and his wife, Damaris, have dedicated their lives to reaching the
poorest of the poor in Guatemala’s City Dump with the gospel.
To better understand why this topic matters, Dana and Jonathan
discuss the hardships the people in Guatemala’s city dump face day in
and day out. You will gain perspective on the challenges associated with
ministering to these people. You will also hear how God uniquely shaped
Dana’s life by taking him through an incredible life-threatening
struggle only to turn his career into a completely different direction.
THANKS TO THE REV. DR. JONATHAN G. SMITH FOR ALL YOUR LOVE & SUPPORT!