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The Privilege of Prayer
As a sponsor, you have the amazing opportunity to change your sponsor child’s future – not just through your monthly donation, but also through your prayers. Whether you pray in person with your child in Guatemala, or from 6000 kms away, you have the privilege of petitioning our Heavenly Father on behalf of your sponsor child. But what should you pray for? Here are a few thoughts: Pray for your sponsor child’s mind and heart to awaken to the hope there is in Christ. So many children in Guatemala have been told that they will amount to nothing, undermining their…
In May, We Celebrate Sponsorship 💙
May is the month we celebrate sponsorship at Impact Ministries. We’ll be sharing about children who are sponsored. We’ll be sharing about adults who were sponsored a long time ago as children. We’ll be sharing about the people who sponsor them. We’ll also be sharing about kids who still need sponsors. Kids like 13-year-old Lilian, who wasn’t going to study this year because her dad doesn’t have a permanent job right now. With the help of her mom, Lilian has been contributing to the family income by preparing tacos and tamales to sell in the market. But her parents wanted…
Have you ever had a toothache?
Have you ever had a toothache? The dull ache, the throbbing, the urgency to get to a dentist right away? But what if there’s no dentist to go to? Can you imagine dealing with the ongoing pain of an abscessed tooth, all while trying to learn and concentrate on your studies? No wonder something as simple as a toothache can derail a student’s education in Guatemala. “You may have just as severe problems in Canada,” says a dentist who recently served in Guatemala, “but you won’t find the kind of prolonged time frames for suffering. A toothache on Friday will likely…
“I don’t want him. I want nothing to do with him!”
Those were the Mom’s words the moment she saw her big-eyed newborn. The baby’s birth mother is a very needy, mentally ill woman living on the streets of Guatemala. And her baby found refuge at the Vida Children’s Home.
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