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Adventures in Guatemala

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Karen and I have been in Guatemala for the last four days debriefing the L squad. And as we prepare to leave, we can't help being amazed at how God seems to be moving our ministry here along at an accelerated rate. Our Adventures partnership with AIA ministering in orphanages, the hospital, …
By Seth Barnes

antigua guatKaren and I have been in Guatemala for the last four days debriefing the L squad. And as we prepare to leave, we can't help being amazed at how God seems to be moving our ministry here along at an accelerated rate.

Our Adventures partnership with AIA ministering in orphanages, the hospital, schools, clinics, and prisons bore a lot of fruit and seemed to beckon us to invest further in the state of Quiche.

The debrief itself was a continuation of the revival that has been going on in the 63 racers on L squad. So many of those on the squad who struggled with trust issues initially have chosen to completely trust their teammates with the hard stuff in their life. They are experiencing freedom and a sense of unity that is remarkable.

Yesterday we capped the day off by hiking up to the top of the Pacaya volcano and then running down it.

As Karen and I prepare to board our plane, we have a lot to be thankful for and a lot to pray about.

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