November 23, 2012
I had the great experience of volunteering at Mission Quatemala in early November. Fifteen very diverse folks from our church were a mission team for this organization. I was very touched by the way we were introduced to the area and the people. Most of the people who are employed by the mission are local and helped us understand the difficulty and joy of living in that beautiful country. The best part of any trip for me is meeting the people and we found them to be open, charming and very thankful that we visited thier country. We built an office for teachers at a very humble school and installed 8 wood burning stoves at native homes. The United Methodist Church is a sponser of this mission and they are know world wide for the cost effective, helpful work they do. Any group that is willing to work, friendly and truly missiomal would love to work with the humble, dedicated group at Mission Guatemala. Jo Flinn
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