Since 1980, we’ve been sharing the hope of Jesus with people living in extreme poverty and providing life-sustaining resources such as food and essential medical and dental care. There’s a special place in our hearts for those in our mission fields living with disabilities or special needs.

Our ministry is committed to living out Matthew 25, where Jesus encourages His followers to care “for the least of these,” explaining that we’re truly performing an act of service for Him. Our work is also inspired by Psalm 41:1, “Blessed by God’s grace and compassion is he who considers the helpless,” and James 1:27, “Pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means caring for orphans and widows in their distress…”

We believe that these and many other scriptures mandate that we care for the poor and those in need.

In response to these verses, we run the Education Needs and Identity (ENid) program. This project sells Christian arts and crafts to raise funds for special needs children in Guatemala. The goal is to meet these children’s educational, physical and spiritual needs.

Through ENid, we hired a nurse who assesses each individual’s specific needs and then helps us tailor the assistance provided. We provide extended medical care and educational support, plus we teach them about their self-worth and share the good news of Jesus.

Since launching this program in 2017, the generosity and compassion of people like you has blessed many impoverished Guatemalans with disabilities. If you’d like to care “for the least of these” in this way, we encourage you to become a sponsor for one of the children benefiting from the ENid project.

Become a Sponsor