As we reflect on the past year, we’re celebrating victories that include a record number of sponsored children, the groundbreaking of a new feeding program and much more. We are encouraged to see the Lord “expanding the tent pegs” of our ministry thanks to the generosity of our supporters.

Here’s a look at some of the 2022 highlights from our ministry:

  • M25 MealsDevelopment of our 10th feeding program in Guatemala – Chulumal, Quiche is home to our newest program, where much progress is being made on our 3-acre property. Plums are being harvested to help feed the community, and we are busily preparing the land for building. Our prayer is to begin the construction of a multi-use building before the end of 2022. Plans are also underway to drill a water well and build a medical clinic where locals will have access to doctors and medicine they would otherwise have to travel many miles to obtain.
  • 350 New Children Sponsored – We believe that every child deserves to be happy and healthy. Child sponsorship has always been the heart of our ministry, and the need for our ministry in the poorest regions of Guatemala and Albania continues to grow.
  • M25 Meals Reinstated – COVID required us to do things differently for a while, but in August we were able to resume our work with providing hot, nutritious meals and biblical encouragement to older adults in the impoverished communities we serve.
  • Regular Medical Clinics in Albania – Through a new partnership with ABC Family Health Center in Tirana, we’ve transitioned from hosting a few special medical campaigns each year to offering consistent, monthly clinics. The Albanian villagers we serve are unable to afford medical assistance and would otherwise continue to suffer from ailments that can be easily treated.

This is just a taste of all the Lord is doing through our ministry. With God’s grace and your partnership, we are expecting even greater things to come. Would you prayerfully consider making a special year-end gift to help us be the hands and feet of Jesus to the poorest of the poor in Guatemala and Albania?